PAT BOWLEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
John Bowlen Jr., son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, was arrested last week on domestic violence and harassment charges. He has been suspended by the team indefinitely.
According to the police report, Bowlen’s girlfriend said she called authorities because of Bowlen’s erratic behavior. “When [Bowlen] pushed [her] against the wall, she dropped the cellphone, at which...
John Bowlen, the son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, was arrested for domestic violence on Wednesday night.
His girlfriend called 911 initially but the call was quickly disconnected.
When the operator called back, Bowlen went on a bizarre rant, including saying things like “As the blood of city, I’m telling you nothing is wrong.”
Take a listen for yourself.
John Bowlen, the 29-year-old son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, has been placed on indefinite leave after a domestic violence arrest Wednesday night. Records show Bowlen is being held on suspicion of third-degree assault and harassment, which are both Class 3 misdemeanors. TMZ reports that the victim alleges John was under the influence of...Read More
John Bowlen, son of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, was arrested on charges of domestic violence on Wednesday night, according to a report.
The Denver Post was the first to report the news:
Bowlen, 29, is being held at the Arapahoe County jail in lieu of bail ahead of a 2 p.m. first court appearance in the case.
Bowlen is being held on suspicion of third-degree assault and harassment...
Pat Bowlen’s son, John Bowlen Jr. was arrested Wednesday night and held overnight without bond in Arapahoe County Jail, according to 9News and the Denver Post. Bowlen was held on a domestic violence harassment charge, per 9News, a harassment charge, per the Post.
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Sometimes, serendipity can be sensational.
For Pat Bowlen, things are coming full-circle as he joins the Ring of Fame he once created later this year.
Rewind to 1984 and Bowlen had just purchased the Denver Broncos. One of the first things he did was create the Ring of Fame, a way to honor former players and executives alike inside their home, Mile High Stadium. Of course, the...
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9News lead sports anchor Drew Soicher apparently thinks making jokes about Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen stepping down and leaving the team due to a battle with Alzheimer’s disease is funny.
Is that a fireable offense? Possibly. It’s also wildly inappropriate and downright offensive.
Soicher, nor 9News, has addressed the situation.
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