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Arrest affidavit for Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox to be unsealed - The Denver Post
A Douglas County judge ruled Wednesday that the arrest affidavit in the sexual-assault case of Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox will be made public.

NFL Lockout: The Players Won
The NFL owners are currently meeting to discuss the state of the NFL lockout. And if the owner's next proposal is any indication, the player's association have already scored a knockout.

NFL lockout has 'still maybe two weeks to go'
NFL owners and players met in the Boston area Wednesday in the latest attempt to work out a new collective bargaining agreement, a person with knowledge of the talks said. Commissioner Roger Goodell and members of his labor committee resumed negotiations with players' association chief DeMaurice Smith and several players on Wednesday. A day earlier, NFL owners were briefed on recent progress about a new deal. One NFL player said the NFLPA told him progress is being made "but there's still maybe two weeks to go" before a settlement is likely. The main topic of discussion is the breakdown of total revenues.

Woody's Mailbag: Bowlen-Kroenke ownership swap intriguing but far from likely - The Denver Post
Sports columnist Woody Paige responds to your questions in Woodys Mailbag. In this installment, Woody tackles seven questions, including three asking him to address a rumor that Pat Bowlen is going to trade the Broncos to another NFL owner.

Owners, players make progress but no deal yet - The Denver Post
NFL owners and players met in the Boston area Wednesday in the latest attempt to work out a new collective bargaining agreement, a person with knowledge of the talks told The Associated Press.

Kyle Orton's Price Tag Too Hefty For Broncos To Move In Trade - SB Nation Denver
Even with an apparent resolution coming to the NFL Lockout, it still appears that free agency and the trading period will come far too late for the Denver Broncos to seriously look at trading Kyle Orton.

Report: Denver unlikely to deal Orton - AFC West Blog - ESPN
An analysis on NFL.com deems the chances of the Denver Broncos trading quarterback Kyle Orton as "unlikely." It reasons that Orton gives the Broncos a better chance to win right away than second-year quarterback Tim Tebow and the Broncos may not get what they want for Orton in return.

Jake Delhomme, Future Mentor Of Broncos' Tim Tebow? - Mile High Buzz - SB Nation Denver
When free agency starts in the NFL, the wide speculation so far has been that Denver Broncos head coach John Fox will pursue Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams to share the rushing load with Knowshon Moreno. It makes sense since Fox coached Williams there since the back was drafted in 2006. And new CBA rules have unrestricted free agency start at four years in the league--Williams is entering his sixth season. 

The NFL Lockout Could End Soon With A New CBA And More Football, More Often - SBNation.com
The NFL lockout is nearing an end as the owners and NFLPA are reportedly getting close to a new collective bargaining deal with an agreement that would give fans more football than ever. But if the NFL plays on Thursday nights all year round, is that a good thing?

 

Terrell Davis with Gary Miller
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The Durango Herald 06/23/2011 | Broncos caravan to stop in Durango
While NFL owners and players meet this week about an agreement to avert cancellation of any of the league’s games, a Denver Broncos entourage is touring the state to rally fans.