QB: Peyton Manning
The five-time MVP has endured a roller-coaster season with injuries and spotty play. He threw nine touchdown passes and 17 interceptions during the regular season.
RB: Ronnie Hillman
In his fourth year out of San Diego State, the 195-pound Hillman enjoyed the best season of his career by rushing for 863 yards and seven touchdowns.
FB: Virgil Green
Tight end by trade who plays H-back in Denver's run game. In his fifth NFL season, he had a career-high 12 catches and two more in the AFC divisional round against Pittsburgh.
WR: Demaryius Thomas
He has more than 400 catches during the past four seasons, including 105 for 1,304 yards this regular season. In two playoff games, though, he's had six catches.
WR: Emmanuel Sanders
He has become a reliable No. 2 receiver for Denver. He had 76 catches for 1,135 yards in his second season with the Broncos.
TE: Owen Daniels
The 10-year veteran had 46 catches for 517 yards in his first season with Denver. He had two catches, both for touchdowns, in the AFC title game against New England.
LT: Ryan Harris
In his third stint with the Broncos, signing with them again in May when Ryan Clady was injured. Harris has started every game this season.
LG: Evan Mathis
He started 12 regular-season games in his first season with Denver. The 11-year veteran was released by Philadelphia in June before signing with Denver in August.
C: Matt Paradis
After being taken in the sixth round of the 2014 draft and spending last year on the practice squad, the Boise State product started every game this season.
RG: Louis Vasquez
The seven-year vet has been a starter the past three seasons in Denver. He's battled a knee injury during the second half of this season but is expected to start.
RT: Michael Schofield
The former Michigan Wolverine was on the active roster last year as a rookie but saw no action. He's started 13 games this season on the injury depleted line.
RB: C.J. Anderson
He gets plenty of work in Denver's run game, gaining 720 yards in the regular season. He had 72 yards against both Pittsburgh and New England in the playoffs.
TE: Vernon Davis
A homecoming as he played 9 1/2 seasons with San Francisco. He was acquired from the Niners in November and had 20 catches in nine games with Denver.
WR: Andre Caldwell
He had 10 catches for 72 yards and two touchdowns during the regular season. He also had a 15-yard reception in the AFC title game.
DE: Derek Wolfe
His fourth season with the Broncos has been his most productive with a career-best 49 tackles to go with 5 1/2 sacks. He had sacks in each of Denver's playoff games.
NT: Sylvester Williams
After playing one season of high school football, he went the junior college route before making the NFL at age 24. He has 25 tackles and three sacks this season.
DE: Malik Jackson
Drafted by Denver in 2012, he's in his first season as a full-time starter and had a career-best 45 tackles in the regular season.
OLB: Von Miller
The four-time Pro Bowl selection had 11 sacks and three fumble recoveries during the regular season. He had his first interception this season in the AFC title game.
OLB: DeMarcus Ware
The 11-year vet will play in his first Super Bowl. The nine-time Pro Bowl selection had 7 1/2 sacks this season and 134 1/2 sacks in his career.
ILB: Brandon Marshall
Released by Jacksonville two years ago, the four-year pro has racked up more than 100 tackles in each of his two years in Denver, including 102 this season.
ILB: Danny Trevathan
The fourth-year pro from Kentucky has been plagued by knee injuries in the past but recorded 109 tackles this season.
CB: Agib Talib
Eighth-year pro returned two of his three interceptions for TDs this season. He also tipped Tom Brady's 2-point conversion pass in the AFC title game, preserving Denver's win.
CB: Chris Harris
An undrafted free agent signed by Denver in 2011, he has become a Pro Bowl selection the past two years. He had 58 tackles with two interceptions this season.
SS: T.J. Ward
The two-time Pro Bowl selection finished with 61 tackles in 12 games. He's dealing with an ankle injury that forced him to miss games during the season.
FS: Darian Stewart
Sixth-year pro had 63 tackles during his first season with the Broncos. He had an interception in the AFC title game and says he'll play Sunday despite a sprained MCL.
LB: Shaquil Barrett
The Boys Town graduate made six starts in his rookie season. He recorded 50 tackles and forced four fumbles.
SS: Josh Bush
He made six tackles in the AFC title game. In the regular season, he was waived by Denver on Oct. 1, signed and waived by Buffalo before being signed again by Denver on Dec. 1.
FS: Shiloh Keo
He was signed by the Broncos on Dec. 9. He intercepted a pass in the regular-season finale against San Diego, then had three tackles in the AFC title game.
PK: Brandon McManus
In his second year as Denver's kicker, he made 30 of 35 field goals in the regular season, then tied a postseason record by making five field goals against Pittsburgh.
P: Britton Colquitt
In his sixth year with Denver, he's averaged 43.6 yards per punt with a 39.7 net average. His brother, Dustin, is the punter for the Kansas City Chiefs.
RS: Emmanuel Sanders
He's averaged 6.1 yards on 17 punt returns. He's filling in for Denver's most productive return man, Omar Bolden, who is out with a knee injury.