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The Squeeze: Hockey, tattoos and baller bowlers

Posted Feb 26, 2016

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Friday, #BroncosCountry!

Here are some things to check out as we head into the weekend:

1. Harris takes over hockey

On Thursday we got a sneak peak of offensive lineman Ryan Harris' custom-made Avalanche jersey for their Stadium Series game, and he definitely made a day of it.


2. Tat-tat-tatted up

Running back Kapri Bibbs is slowly turning his back into a work of art. On Friday he showed off his newest addition, which exhibits each part of his football journey.


3. Bowling bosses

Running back C.J. Anderson may be a world champion, but he has sports heroes just like the rest of us. While participating Tuesday in L.A. Clippers point guard Chris Paul's annual CP3 PBA Celebrity Invitational, Anderson snapped a picture with professional bowlers Pete Weber and Jason Belmonte.


The legend Pete Webber can't say how blessed I am "Who do you think you are, I AM"

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Super bowl champ #1 bowler in the world belmo rev up learn a lot from this guy glad he is apart of storm

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Anderson, Paul and former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens also gave their best Weber impersonation at the event:

4. Virgil Green Day!

Tight end Virgil Green celebrated "Virgil Green Day" in his hometown of Tulare, Calif. on Friday. He was honored with a parade that began at Tulare City Hall and finished at his alma mater, Tulare Union High School with an all-school pep rally.


Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/article62423107.html#storylink=cpy