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Broncos name Tim Aragon as General Counsel; Rich Slivka announces retirement after 22 seasons with team
"We are thrilled to welcome Tim Aragon to the Broncos," Owner and CEO Greg Penner said. "A highly respected attorney with deep sports experience, Tim is a Denver native and lifelong Broncos fan who is a distinguished leader in this community. His strategic counsel, depth of knowledge and business acumen will be a great asset to our organization."
'The moment is humbling, and it's historical': Mellody Hobson and Condoleezza Rice relishing roles with Walton-Penner Family Ownership Group
"To me, actually, it's a blessing," Owner & CEO Greg Penner said of being joined by Hobson and Rice in the ownership group. "To have partners like this, their willingness to join us in this endeavor, is a huge blessing. I couldn't be more thankful."
Commissioner Roger Goodell, NFL owners welcome Walton-Penner Family Ownership Group, expect 'outstanding' partner in new Broncos owners
"I think they reinforced the importance of the Denver Broncos to that community, the importance to the NFL and the fact they are enthusiastic about joining this group as well as owning the Broncos and being a part of the Denver community," Commissioner Roger Goodell said.
Broncos Camp Observations: Rookie WR Montrell Washington caps strong practice with touchdown
When the 2022 fifth-round pick joined the Broncos out of Samford, he seemed poised to contribute on the Broncos' special teams unit as a returner. But as practices like Tuesday's illustrate, Washington may be hard to keep off the field on offense.
Broncos Camp Notebook: KJ Hamler opens up about difficult return from injury, loss of loved one
The third-year wide receiver, on the heels of a brutal ACL and hip injury he suffered last season in Week 3 against the Jets, took the next step in his path toward a return on Monday. It hasn't been an easy journey.
Broncos Camp Notebook: Broncos host record training camp crowd, Hackett explains practice strategy
"It's going to take a lot of hard work," Russell Wilson told a crowd of more than 7,000. "It's going to take you guys standing up, being as loud as possible, even today. You guys are preparing us for something greater."