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PAT BOWLEN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Weekly Rewind: Drew Soicher’s laughably bad joke, a tribute to Pat Bowlen and more

Denver Broncos news - Can you believe what Drew Soicher said about Pat Bowlen this week? (READ/WATCH) - Former player under Bowlen, Shannon Sharpe spoke about what “Mr. B” meant to him here (READ) - A column on the legacy Pat Bowlen has left with the Denver Broncos (READ) - Chris Schmaedeke says Jack Del Rio needs to make the defense special again (READ) Make sure you follow...
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Local sports guy makes appalling Alzheimer’s “joke” about Broncos’ Pat Bowlen

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. You may also be interested in:Local sports...
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Shannon Sharpe speaks out about Pat Bowlen’s resignation

Shannon Sharpe has always been an outspoken guy. We love him for that. In fact, we’ll miss him not being on CBS on Sundays this fall, as the network decided to move in another direction without him. Today, Sharpe was on ESPN discussing former Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen stepping down from his position. My thoughts on Pat Bowlen stepping down. Video here: http://t.co/Vq6tR9QOz9...
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Broncos News: Owner Pat Bowlen steps down due to Alzheimer's

Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is stepping down from his role as he was found with Alzheimer's disease. The owner had a very successful campaign in Denver since taking over for the team in 1984. Six Super Bowl appearances with two back-to-back Super Bowl victories [1997, 1998] have defined his amazing three decades with the team. However, he now must step down.#464112139 / gettyimages...
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Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen Resigns Control Of Team To Battle Alzheimer’s Disease

  There is some sad news coming out of Denver Wednesday as the Broncos announced that owner Pat Bowlen has given up control of the team to battle Alzheimer’s Disease. Team president Joe Ellis will assume control of the team. “It’s a really, really sad day,” Ellis said. “It’s sad for his family, his wife and his seven children. It’s sad for everyone in the organization...
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Denver Broncos owner is stepping down

Owner Pat Bowlen is giving up control of the Denver Broncos, acknowledging that he is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Team president Joe Ellis will assume control of the organization, as Bowlen concentrates on his health. Bowlen, 70, has no intention of selling the team. “This is a sad day for the NFL,” Commissioner Roger Goodell […] The post Denver Broncos owner is stepping...
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Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen Steps Down Due To Alzheimer’s Disease

The Denver Post is reporting that Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is stepping down after 30 seasons due to his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Pat Bowlen resigns control of Broncos, acknowledges he is dealing with Alzheimer's disease http://t.co/mpC7v6UqGX via @denverpost — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) July 23, 2014 Pat Bowlen is one of Colorado's most important sports figures...
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Pat Bowlen stepping down due to Alzheimer’s disease

Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is giving up control of the team due to his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. “As many in the Denver community and around the National Football League have speculated, my husband, Pat, has very bravely and quietly battled Alzheimer’s disease for the last few years,” Annabel Bowlen said in a statement. “Pat has always wanted the focus to be solely...
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Broncos owner Pat Bowlen stepping down due to Alzheimer’s

Pat Bowlen, one of the most iconic owners in NFL history who helped guide the Broncos to six Super Bowl appearances and two world championships in his 30 years as owner, is relinquishing control of the team as he acknowledges he is dealing with Alzheimer's disease. Team president Joe Ellis will assume control of the Broncos as Bowlen focuses on his health. "It's a...
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Pat Bowlen Re-signs Control of the Denver Broncos

Some unfortunate news here in these early morning hours. A report from Mike Klis of The Denver Post indicates that Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen will have to re-sign control of the team effective immediately due to health concerns.  Bowlen is dealing with Alzheimer’s Disease, an affliction that currently affects over five million Americans. Klis indicates that team president...
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