London Calling

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By Keith Cummings The NFL visits the UK’s shores for a fan-friendly four times this coming season, but behind the glitz and glamour the grass roots are growing also. It has been deemed as extremely important at NFL headquarters to further expand into the UK and European market by attempting to find future players for the league from overseas.  What … Read More

Ahmad Gooden – the Undrafted Rookie Learning From “Cool Cats” Von Miller and Bradley Chubb

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The Denver Broncos and John Elway always seem to find a gem following the draft, with three undrafted free agents signed by Elway going on to make the Pro Bowl. Phillip Lindsay was last year’s star, and there are a number of rookies vying to follow in his footsteps in 2019, one of these being Ahmad Gooden. Outside linebacker Gooden … Read More

The Tasmanian Devil Returns

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By Keith Cummings Due to the NFL’s collegiate draft system, examples of home state stars ending up on their local team is rare. So, enter the quirk of Phillip Lindsay; The University of Colorado star slipping through the NFL draft process, and with his mother urging him to turn down other teams, he got to stay at home in Denver. … Read More

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