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Denver Broncos News - Horse Tracks - 7/21/11

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NFL owners expected to ratify labor settlement in Atlanta meeting - The Denver Post
This cant be the first time Broncos officials have been waiting on players. Over the years, a Broncos boss has waited for a player to make his flight, sign a contract, meet the press, start a meeting, catch the team bus or get back for curfew. news: No better way to find out about Tebow than to start him
The Broncos need to find out what they have in Tim Tebow, and the best way to do that is to make the starting QB job his to lose to see if he can handle the pressure.

Shannon Sharpe, HOF Class of '11
The Denver Broncos selected Shannon Sharpe out of Savannah State in the seventh round of the 1990 NFL Draft. He retired 14 seasons later as the all-time leader in catches, yards and touchdowns by a tight end.

Paige: Tim Tebow, Denver Broncos won't be a shotgun marriage - The Denver Post
John Fox has coached against Kyle Orton twice. He has never seen Tim Tebow or Brady Quinn play in person.

AP Source: No player vote Wednesday on NFL deal - The Denver Post
WASHINGTON—The latest twist in the touch-and-go efforts to end the NFL lockout: Players didnt vote Wednesday on a full proposal to settle the labor dispute.

Former players sue NFL for concealing information about concussions - The Denver Post
Mark Duper, Ottis Anderson and 73 other former players sued the NFL, claiming it concealed information about the danger of concussions for decades.

Denver Broncos in same boat as most NFL teams under new salary cap - The Denver Post
Teams outside of New York, Washington, Dallas and Chicago want a leveling device that prevents the leagues big-revenue teams from offering huge signing bonuses to attract free agents.

Pay will be the first NFL hit for Broncos' draft pick Von Miller - The Denver Post
When its ratified, the NFLs new collective bargaining agreement will cost rookie linebacker Von Miller up to $46 million.

Large Bronco contingent headed for Atlanta | All Things Broncos
To show how complicated the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement figures to be, salary cap-contract-rules guru Mike Bluem will be part of the Broncos’ contingent that flies Thursday to Atlanta.