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By Matt Kibbe
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Topic - Pat Bowlen
Jack Del Rio had a big Thanksgiving Day surprise for his team.
John Fox will be home in time for Thanksgiving.
Sunday, after his starting lineup is introduced before a hostile crowd at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the Broncos will show a highlight clip of the Shanahan years, which included those back-to-back titles in 1997 and 1998. It's a nice gesture, but not one Shanahan cares to think about.
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 craggy lines in his face cut a little deeper. That trademark hitch in his step is a bit more pronounced.
The Denver Broncos no longer can be considered a notch below the best in the AFC, nor can they be viewed as a team that can succeed only when Peyton Manning puts up dazzling numbers.
Denver is now Peyton Manning's town and the Broncos are his team.
John Elway flashed that mile-wide grin and turned the microphone over to his new quarterback, Peyton Manning. Talk about a powerful pair.
John Elway flashed that mile-wide grin and turned the microphone over to his new quarterback, Peyton Manning.
Broncos coach John Fox refused to make it official for another 24 hours, even though he's known from the moment he arrived in Denver that Tim Tebow would be his starter sooner rather than later. He was just waiting for the bottom to fall out and it did Sunday.
The NFL and its locked-out players have opened a fourth day of court-ordered talks at the federal courthouse in Minneapolis.
Jerry Jones has taken a seat at the NFL mediation table.
The NFL and its players resumed court-ordered mediation Tuesday with a federal judge's decision expected soon on a request to immediately halt a lockout now in its second month.
Carl Eller emerged from a 7-hour mediation session between the NFL and its locked-out players and let out a big sigh.
"On behalf of the Denver Broncos, I extend our sincere condolences to the family of Edgar Kaiser," Bowlen said in a statement released by the team.
In a January letter to season ticket holders, team owner Pat Bowlen pledged to restore integrity and a winning culture to the team.