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Kevin Gillikin

Who are the most attractive Broncos?

What’s more important in the offseason than finding out who fans think to be the most attractive football players?

Though this week’s blog and podcast are very light-hearted and fun, we of course want to begin by giving our condolences to the Bowlen family and Broncos Country. We lost a great one last week and our prayers and thoughts are with Pat Bowlen and his family. Let’s hope that this team in 2019 and in the future will live up to the standards set by this all-time great owner...

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Scotty Payne

Troy Fumagalli is already exceeding some of the Broncos expectations already

Tory Fumagalli is a name to watch this summer during Denver Broncos training camp.

The Denver Broncos selected former Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli in the 5th round, pick 156 of the 2018 NFL Draft. He was expected to contribute early as a rookie for the Broncos but injuries quickly derailed his season with the team. Fumagalli was dealing with a sports hernia injury that limited him for the majority of camp and eventually got him placed on the season-ending injury list at final cuts....

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Broncos need to heed the words of the late Pat Bowlen

With the passing of the former Broncos owner, it's time for the current leadership to follow his winning example.

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Jess Place

When a Broncos call to the hall comes too late

It’s time for the Professional Football Hall of Fame to consider life, death, and infamy seriously.

Pat Bowlen’s passing came as a surprise. Around the league, sympathies and support poured in, many taking care to mention Mr. B’s accomplishments, record as an owner, and everyone affirmed Pat’s worthiness as a 2019 hall of fame enshrinee. Considering the level of respect literally everyone in the league had for Mr. B, it begs the question: Why did Pat’s induction have to be...

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Watch: Broncos fans flock to Pat Bowlen's statue to pay respects

Broncos fans reflect on what Pat Bowlen meant to them and why they decided to visit his statue outside Broncos Stadium at Mile High in the hours after they heard of his passing late Thursday night. Join us Tuesday, June 18 any time from 10am-3pm at Broncos Stadium at Mile High to celebrate the life & career of Owner Pat Bowlen

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Joe Mahoney

2019 Broncos roster review: Left tackle Garett Bolles

Are the conditions finally right for Garett Bolles to move into the upper tier of NFL left tackles?

After being drafted with the 20th overall pick in the 2017 draft, Garett Bolles has struggled to particularly in light of being the first offensive tackle drafted that year. His career will always be cast in comparison to Ryan Ramczyk, who was the second offensive tackle taken that year.

Left tackle is one of the three or four most important positions on the team and to get a good one you...

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Just_JoRo

2019 Broncos roster review: UDFA Offensive Lineman Ryan Crozier

Can rookie Ryan Crozier provide depth behind Connor McGovern for the Denver Broncos?

Calling the 2018 UConn football team’s season a disappointment may be one of the biggest understatements I’ve said this year. The Huskies finished the year 1-11 and made some dubious history as their defense broken the record for points allowed in a single season at 605. They allowed 49 or more points in 10 of their 12 games and their only win was over a FCS team.

With Temple's latest field goal,...

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Ian St. Clair

HT: Would you rather ... Randy Gradishar or Louis Wright get inducted in the HOF first?

On the MHR Radio Podcast, this was akin to choosing your favorite child, but we had to pick one.

Good morning, and Happy Father’s Day Broncos Country!

Earlier this week, we had a fun “would you rather ...”

If you didn’t see it, Adam Malnati and I asked ...

Would you rather the Denver Broncos beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jan. 1997?

OR

Would you rather the Broncos beat the Baltimore Ravens in Jan. 2013?

On the MHR Radio Podcast (ApplePodcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher) we went...

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Ian St. Clair

Bradley Chubb has chance to shine for Broncos

The second-year player has the potential to make a huge impact in Vic Fangio’s defense this season.

In the NFL, it’s about improvement.

Regardless of what you accomplished in the most recent season, the expectation is you always get better. That’s why the cliche, “What have you done for me lately?” reappears year after year. And no one is immune from it.

Bradley Chubb finished with 12 sacks, 2.5 shy of the NFL rookie record held by Jevon Kearse (14.5). Had the Denver Broncos...

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Just_JoRo

Projecting 2019’s Most Valuable Broncos

It’s all projection ‘til someone gets hurt. Or benched.

A lot has changed since I started the Most Valuable Bronco series back January. Elway has hired Vic Fangio, signed a slew of free agents, and drafted a bunch of rookies. So of course looking back, the original 45 seems a bit funky with the benefit of hindsight.

In order to provide Broncos Country the most accurate reflection of where I see the 2019 team, I thought it best to give a run through of how I see things now. A quick...

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Tim Lynch

GALLERY: Fans paid their respects to Pat Bowlen at Ring of Fame Plaza

With the news of Pat Bowlen’s death, fans came to Ring of Fame Plaza to pay their respects to the long-time Denver Broncos owner.

Few sports owners garnered the kind of respect and admiration from a fanbase that Pat Bowlen has with Denver Broncos fans. Mile High Report staff and photography, Casey Barrett, went to the Broncos’ Ring of Fame Plaza to capture the moment. They say a picture tells a thousand words, but some of these it felt like a lot more.

Goodbye for now, Mr. B. Just know...

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Adam Malnati

Broncos Country says goodbye to Pat Bowlen

On 1st & 10 @ 10, former players, coaches, front office people, and a few fans bid farewell to Mr. B.

One of my assignments today was to write up the daily 1st & 10 @ 10 article. Normally, I do Thursdays, but I needed to switch with Ian St. Clair. When I logged on to pick a clip from the show to cover, I realized, it might be very difficult for me to decide on which clip to write up. So, I am using them all.

Obviously, with the passing of Pat Bowlen, the outpouring of support and well...

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Tim Lynch

Broncos and Bowlen family to host tribute to owner Pat Bowlen

The Denver Broncos have announced that they will be hosting a public tribute to Pat Bowlen at Broncos Stadium next week.

The Denver Broncos and the Bowlen Family will be hosting a public tribute to owner Pat Bowlen at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

This event will be open to all, so think first-come, first-serve in that regard. Along with the fans, Broncos alumni, staff, NFL personnel, and other dignitaries will be in attendance. The...

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Ian St. Clair

Thank you, Mr. B

The moment Pat Bowlen said “This one’s for John,” he proved it wasn’t about himself.

It never was about Pat Bowlen.

From the day he bought the Denver Broncos in 1984 until he had to walk away from the franchise he loved due to Alzheimer’s, it was always about the Broncos. It was always about others.

Never was that more evident than on the grandest stage. With the world watching, Mr. B could have made it about him. One has to wonder how many would have done so in that same...

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Just_JoRo

What Bowlen’s Broncos have meant to me

They’ve been the one constant in my life.

I’ve long thought about sharing this side of my fandom, but have always wondered if the timing wasn’t right. With the loss of Pat after his long battle with Alzheimer’s, it seems there won’t ever be a better opportunity. More than once I’ve mentioned how it’s been a dream come true to get a chance to write about the Broncos for Mile High Report, but I’ve never really explained why.

Way back in 2003, I fell head over heels in love...

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Tim Lynch

NFL owners and former Broncos players react to Pat Bowlen’s death

People from around the NFL are reacting to the death of Denver Broncos owners Pat Bowlen. Here is what they are saying.

With the sad passing of Denver Broncos legendary owner Pat Bowlen at the age of 75 after a decade-long battle with Alzheimer’s, people from around the NFL community are reacting to the news. From fellow owners, to league commissions, and former players, are waking up to the sad news of this loss.

Paul Tagliabue, who was NFL Commissioner for 17 years and worked extensively...

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Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann

‘This one’s for Pat!’

Remembering the man who made the Denver Broncos one of the best franchises in the NFL.

Pat Bowlen - who will finally be recognized for his contributions to the NFL with his induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August - was undoubtedly the greatest owner in sports.

This is evident, of course, by his long and accomplished resumé, but perhaps more by his famous quote, “I want to be No. 1 in everything.”

“One thing that’s important to me is that we put a team on the field...

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Bowlen, longtime Broncos owner, dies at age 75

Pat Bowlen, the longtime owner of the Denver Broncos who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August, died late Thursday night at age 75.

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Tim Lynch

Pat Bowlen has passed away at the age of 75

Pat Bowlen, the long-time owner of the Denver Broncos, has passed away at the age of 75.

The Bowlen family has issued a statement regarding the passing of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen.

“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. His soul will live on through the Broncos, the city of Denver and all of our fans.

“Our family wishes to express...

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