Farewell, Greatest Bronco

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By Keith Cummings The measure of success in sports is invariably weighed in silver, and when you walk through the entrance at the UCHealth Training Center, you find just that, in the shape of three Lombardi trophies. A mark of the great Pat Bowlen, is that this grand silver statement of success barely scratches the surface. The late, great Pat … Read More

Pat Bowlen: A Legend

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Pat Bowlen was a man that transcended sports. At the age of 75, he has sadly passed away. Denver was a ‘sleepy little cow town’ when an Edmonton lawyer bought the Denver Broncos from Edgar Kaiser in 1984. The Broncos had seen little success before Red Miller became head coach in 1977, and had just eight winning seasons in their … Read More

The offseason so far

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By Dave Haselden. This is why we should be grateful for Vance Joseph. “WHAT!?” I hear you scream. Denver went over and above their usual coaching budgets to land coach Mike Munchak, and it is believed he is being paid more than the new OC Rich Scangerello. I think we needed the two bad year’s under Joseph for John Elway … Read More

Death by inches? Not for Fangio’s Denver

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Death by inches – that’s what Denver Broncos fans have gone through the past two years. It’s been painful, and slow, but Vance Joseph’s Broncos did eventually die. However, the resurrection is underway, with Vic Fangio now at the helm. “There will be no death by inches. We’re going to stress fundamentals.” Fangio’s reign in Denver already has its catchphrase. … Read More