Haven Christopher Moses (born July 27, 1946) is a former professional American football player. He played professionally for fourteen seasons as a wide receiver in the American Football League (AFL) and National Football League (NFL).
Moses initially played
college football at Los Angeles Harbor College, then transferred to San Diego State University under head coach
Don Coryell. 
Moses was selected
ninth overall in the 1968 NFL/AFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills of the AFL. During his fifth season with the Bills in 1972, he was traded in mid-October to the Denver Broncos for wide receiver Moses made the Dwight Harrison.   AFL All-Star Game in 1969 and the NFL Pro Bowl in 1973. He was a key member of the 1977 team, scoring two touchdowns in the AFC title game on New Year's Day to advance to
Super Bowl XII.   
He is on the "
Ring of Fame" in Sports Authority Field at Mile High, and was a 1986 inductee to the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.
As of 2017
's NFL off-season, Haven Moses held at least 2 Broncos franchise records, including:
Yds/Rec: career (18.05)
Receiving TDs: playoff game (2 on 1978-01-01 OAK)
In his last four years as a player, in the offseason he worked for
Samsonite, the international luggage company headquartered in Denver.
1981 season, Moses retired from the NFL in March at age 35 and went to work for Adolph Coors Company in the community affairs division. He spent fifteen years with Coors, seven with the  Archdiocese of Denver, and five with the Denver Health Foundation.
Frei, Terry (July 24, 2009). "Excerpt: Amazing Grace, Haven Moses". Denver Post . https://www.denverpost.com/2009/07/24/excerpt-amazing-grace-haven-moses/ . Retrieved January 30, 2019.
Wallace, William N. (October 17, 1972). "Morrall perfectly cast as Griese's substitute". New York Times: p. 51 . . https://www.nytimes.com/1972/10/17/archives/morrall-perfectly-cast-as-grieses-substitute.html
"Broncos deal end to Bills". Schenectady Gazette. Associated Press ((New York)): p. 28. October 17, 1972 . . https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=KWYtAAAAIBAJ&sjid=m4kFAAAAIBAJ&pg=5752%2C406373
Jenkins, Dan (January 9, 1978). "Wholly Moses for Denver". Sports Illustrated: p. 14 . . https://www.si.com/vault/1978/01/09/822301/wholly-moses-for-denver-haven-moses-two-td-catches-led-denver-past-oakland-for-the-afc-title
"Denver clips Oakland for AFC title". Deseret News. UPI ((Salt Lake City, Utah)): p. 8B. January 2, 1978 . . https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=DSMPAAAAIBAJ&sjid=sYUDAAAAIBAJ&pg=6394%2C156221
"It's Dallas and Denver in Super Bowl XII". Spokesman-Review. Associated Press ((Spokane, Washington)): p. 15. January 2, 1978 . . https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=nvYjAAAAIBAJ&sjid=zu0DAAAAIBAJ&pg=6425%2C1024410
MHR's Forgotten Broncos -- Haven Moses ↑
"Where are they now: Haven Moses". Denver Broncos. September 30, 2017 . https://www.denverbroncos.com/news/where-are-they-now-haven-moses-19476455 . Retrieved January 30, 2019. ↑
"Bronco veteran calls it quits". Spokesman-Review. Associated Press ((Spokane, Washington)): p. 35. March 17, 1982 . . https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=kPlLAAAAIBAJ&sjid=4u4DAAAAIBAJ&pg=4032%2C434472
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