Posts Tagged ‘Denver Broncos’

Joe Ellis: Pat Bowlen left a succession plan for Broncos

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

The Broncos already had a bit of an ugly family squabble over future ownership of the team, before the death of Pat Bowlen. But the guy who has been overseeing the team says nothing has fundamentally changed because of Bowlen's departure. Via Mike Klis of KUSA, Broncos CEO and team president Joe Ellis said Bowlen left plans in place to cover the future of the team.

Broncos won’t rename stadium after Pat Bowlen

Monday, June 17th, 2019

After Broncos owner Pat Bowlen's death last week, some in Denver have proposed honoring him by changing the name of the team's stadium to Pat Bowlen Field at Mile High. At a Monday press conference, Broncos president and CEO Joe Ellis was asked about that possibility. Ellis said that such a change was not in the team's plans.

Broncos owner Bowlen dies at 75

Friday, June 14th, 2019

Pat Bowlen, who won three Super Bowls over three decades as owner of the Denver Broncos, died Thursday at age 75 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease. The Broncos revealed in a statement shortly after midnight local time Friday that Bowlen passed away at his home in Denver. The Bowlen family released a statement via the team that said: "We are saddened to inform everyone that our beloved husband and father, Pat Bowlen, passed on to the next chapter of his life late Thursday night peacefully at home surrounded by family.

Broncos owner Bowlen dies at 75

Friday, June 14th, 2019

Pat Bowlen, who won three Super Bowls over three decades as owner of the Denver Broncos, died Thursday at age 75 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease. The Broncos revealed in a statement shortly after midnight local time Friday that Bowlen passed away at his home in Denver. The Bowlen family released a statement via the team that said: "We are saddened to inform everyone that our beloved husband and father, Pat Bowlen, passed on to the next chapter of his life late Thursday night peacefully at home surrounded by family.

Broncos owner Bowlen dies at age 75

Friday, June 14th, 2019

Pat Bowlen, who won three Super Bowls over three decades as owner of the Denver Broncos, died Thursday at age 75 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease. The Broncos revealed in a statement shortly after midnight local time Friday that Bowlen passed away at his home in Denver. The Bowlen family released a comment via the team's statement that said: "We are saddened to inform everyone that our beloved husband and father, Pat Bowlen, passed on to the next chapter of his life late Thursday night peacefully at home surrounded by family.

Broncos announce that Hall of Fame owner Pat Bowlen has died

Friday, June 14th, 2019

The Broncos announced that Hall of Fame owner Pat Bowlen died at 75. The Denver Broncos announced early Friday that Hall of Fame owner Pat Bowlen has died. "We are saddened to inform everyone that our beloved husband and father, Pat Bowlen, passed on to the next chapter of his life late Thursday night peacefully at home surrounded by family," a statement from Bowlen's family reads.

Post-Gronk Patriots trade for TE Roberts

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

New England added tight end Michael Roberts in a trade with the Detroit Lions, agreed to on Thursday. According to multiple reports, the Lions are owed a seventh-round pick in return. The Patriots are shuffling into life after Rob Gronkowski at tight end with significant uncertainty.

Emmanuel Sanders up to running routes in Achilles recovery

Friday, June 7th, 2019

Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said last month that he's “not going to rush” his recovery from a torn Achilles and wasn't setting a particular date as a goal to be back to 100 percent. Sanders may not be rushing, but he's certainly progressing. Sanders was running full speed and starting to work on lateral movement last month, and a Friday update shows that there haven't been any setbacks since that point.

Vic Fangio’s fun-filled field day for Broncos players included John Elway in dunk tank

Thursday, June 6th, 2019

Let's have fun: Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio replaced the final day of practice with an old-fashioned field day. Vic Fangio is in his first year as an NFL head coach and first year with the Denver Broncos, so it stands to reason that he needs as much time with his new team as possible to teach his ways and install his playbook. As explained by safeties Will Parks and Justin Simmons, players had no idea they were getting the day off from practice.

Broncos RB Lindsay hopes to be ready for camp

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay has been out of action with a right wrist injury since Dec. 24, and he -- along with new head coach Vic Fangio -- is looking forward to getting back to work when the team reports to training camp in mid-July. Lindsay, who suffered the injury in a loss to the Oakland Raiders, required surgery to repair ligament damage and has missed the team's workouts since. "The surgeon told me [it would take a few months to recover] ... but when you hear it, it's 'OK, OK,' but when you have to go through it and now it's like four months in, you're like, 'Man, now it's going to be six months,'" Lindsay said Wednesday at minicamp.