Biography: Haven Moses, WR

Haven Moses was inducted into the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame in 1988 as part of a three-member class that included quarterback Craig Morton and kicker Jim Turner.

Moses played 10 seasons for the Broncos from 1972-81 as one of their primary wide receivers after joining the team from Buffalo, where he played his first four professional seasons. He finished his Broncos career ranked third in receptions (302 – currently 10th) and receiving yards (5,450 – currently eighth) while tying for first in receiving touchdowns with 44 (currently tied for fourth). His yards-per-reception average for his Denver career was 18.0, which marks the highest career mark in franchise history, and he averaged more than 19 yards per catch in three consecutive seasons from 1976-78.

Moses, who helped Denver to three playoff berths (1977-79), two division titles (1977- 78) and its first-ever Super Bowl berth (XII vs. Dallas during the 1977 season), was a key member of the first winning season in Broncos history in 1973 (7-5-2) when he caught a career-high eight touchdown passes to earn Pro Bowl honors. In 1979, he had career bests in receptions (54) and receiving yards (943).

Moses was a two-year letterman and an All-American as a wide receiver and defensive back at San Diego State University.

Haven Moses
Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Haven Moses stands next to a pillar bearing his likeness, alongside those of other Bronco greats, at the unveiling ceremony for the Broncos Ring of Fame Plaza at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Friday Sept. 27, 2013. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)