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Zane Beadles
G #68
Height:
6-4
Weight:
305
Age:
30
College:
Utah
Hometown:
Casper, WY
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2017):

G
3
GS
1

Biography

Awards & Honors


  • 2010: The Sporting News All-Rookie Team
  • 2012: AFC Pro Bowl selection, Denver Broncos Walter Payton Man of the Year
  • 2013: Offensive Player of the Week (Week 11) by Sports Illustrated’s Peter King
  • 2015: Jacksonville Jaguars Walter Payton Man of the Year
  • 2016: Bobb McKittrick Award

Goldmine

  • In 2013, Beadles established the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation, which supports the journey of young people going through life-changing medical experiences. While playing at the University of Utah, Zane met Ryker, a seven-year-old boy with glioblastoma multiforme cancer, a common type of brain tumor. The team adopted Ryker as a member of the Utah Utes family and invited him onto the field and into the locker room during the football season. On February 24, 2007, Ryker lost his battle with cancer. Zane’s family history with cancer and his fondness for Ryker inspired him to take action. During the foundation’s two-year existence, they have raised more than $250,000 and have provided more than 2,000 gifts to more than 3,500 families. The nonprofit organization currently creates new experiences for the pediatric cancer patients at Brent’s Place in Aurora, CO, University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute in Jacksonville, FL, and Ronald McDonald House in Salt Lake City, UT. For more information on The Zane Beadles Parade Foundation, visit http://zanesparade.org/.

Awards & Honors


  • 2010: The Sporting News All-Rookie Team
  • 2012: AFC Pro Bowl selection, Denver Broncos Walter Payton Man of the Year
  • 2013: Offensive Player of the Week (Week 11) by Sports Illustrated’s Peter King
  • 2015: Jacksonville Jaguars Walter Payton Man of the Year
  • 2016: Bobb McKittrick Award

Goldmine

  • In 2013, Beadles established the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation, which supports the journey of young people going through life-changing medical experiences. While playing at the University of Utah, Zane met Ryker, a seven-year-old boy with glioblastoma multiforme cancer, a common type of brain tumor. The team adopted Ryker as a member of the Utah Utes family and invited him onto the field and into the locker room during the football season. On February 24, 2007, Ryker lost his battle with cancer. Zane’s family history with cancer and his fondness for Ryker inspired him to take action. During the foundation’s two-year existence, they have raised more than $250,000 and have provided more than 2,000 gifts to more than 3,500 families. The nonprofit organization currently creates new experiences for the pediatric cancer patients at Brent’s Place in Aurora, CO, University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute in Jacksonville, FL, and Ronald McDonald House in Salt Lake City, UT. For more information on The Zane Beadles Parade Foundation, visit http://zanesparade.org/.
  • During the Holiday Season in 2016, Beadles and teammate Joe Staley spent an afternoon with children undergoing treatment at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. The duo handed out Zane Beadles Parade Foundation themed stuffed elephants and showed their creative side through decorating cupcakes with the youth. Beadles continued his community work with a pancake breakfast at JW House in Santa Clara, whipping up dozens of pancakes to feed patients of local hospitals and their families.
  • Beadles was named after Zane Grey, an American novelist in the 1920’s who is best known for stories associated with the Western genre. “My grandpa used to collect his novels, so that’s where it came from.”
  • In February of 2016, Beadles returned to Hillcrest High School to have his jersey retired by the school. During the ceremony in which his former high school coach, Gary Daniels, and offensive line coach, Kirk Merhish, presented him with a jersey, Beadles credited those who taught him the value of hard work - his parents, coaches and teachers. “Those people laid the foundation for me, and helped me develop the mentality that I’ve had throughout my career.”
  • Leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII as a member of the Denver Broncos, Beadles fulfilled a lifelong dream by appearing and dancing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”  After discussing the Super Bowl and his foundation, Shutterfly, the philanthropic partner of the show, presented the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation with a check for $10,000.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 115 111
2017 SF 3 1
2016 SF 16 16
2015 JAC 16 16
2014 JAC 16 16
2013 DEN 16 16
2012 DEN 16 16
2011 DEN 16 16
2010 DEN 16 14
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 CAR L 3-23
2 @SEA L 9-12
3 LA L 39-41

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