DENVER-The Broncos might not be favorites to make it to the Super Bowl, but they could score big on one front. The NFL team is looking to refinance the $150-millionconstruction loan on its new stadium, Invesco Field at Mile High, which opened in August.

Currently, the Broncos are paying an interest rate in the high sevens, and hope to drop it in the sixes.

By dropping the rate by about a percentage point, the Broncos stand to save an extra $30 million.

The Broncos expect to hire a bond insurer, Ambac Assurance, to help them gain a premium, triple-A rating for a lower interest rate.

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