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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Joe Ellis
The Broncos have gone 37-17 since Elway rejoined the team in 2011 and are coming off an AFC Championship but a 43-8 blowout to Seattle in the Super Bowl.
John Elway led Denver to the Super Bowl faster as a front office executive than he did as a quarterback.
Well, how's that heart feel now, John Fox?
Executive vice president John Elway's top two advisers were arrested and jailed on suspicion of drunken driving in separate incidents within a month of each other.
The Denver Broncos came down hard on their two executives facing drunken driving charges, suspending them without pay and making it clear they must straighten out their lives if they want to work in the NFL again.
U.S. eye specialists are welcoming the Nintendo 3DS game device, dismissing the manufacturer's warnings that its 3-D screen shouldn't be used by children 6 or younger because it may harm their immature vision.
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey has canceled his interview with the Denver Broncos to talk about their head coaching vacancy.
The Denver Broncos have fired coach Josh McDaniels, who went 5-17 after winning his first six games last year.
The Broncos have been busted, their coach and front office fined $100,000 and their video director fired.
The NFL fined the Denver Broncos and coach Josh McDaniels $50,000 each because the team's video operations director filmed a San Francisco 49ers practice in London last month, breaking league rules.
Both will be provided with confidential treatment and counseling services by the team and will have to comply with those programs before being allowed to return to work, team president Joe Ellis said.
"We handed down what we believe is significant discipline and at the same time, the two gentlemen have not been fired," Ellis said. "They can get the proper help and counseling and education that's necessary and the hope is they can improve their lives and rebuild their lives."