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Mile High Morning: Why Gary Kubiak was the first person Owen Daniels looked for after winning Super Bowl 50
"For us it took 10 years together to get there, but it was worth the wait and almost made it even more memorable and makes me cherish that time even more so, because it didn't come easy," Owen Daniels says.
'Lynch in his prime was one of the greatest safeties to ever play': Pro Football Hall of Fame voter Alex Marvez weighs in on John Lynch's HOF candidacy
"If you're going by seniority and time in the room, then it's time to get John Lynch out of the finalist group and get him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame," Marvez said.
'I think he's deserving': Pro Football Hall of Fame voter Jason Cole details upcoming debate on John Lynch's candidacy
Cole completes an annual survey of coaches, executives and former players to determine which players have the best chance to gain admission to the Hall. In this year's survey, for which Cole surveyed 340 individuals, Lynch ranks ahead of Butler and within the top 10 vote-getters.
Mile High Morning: Three Broncos continue to push for clemency for medically vulnerable incarcerated Coloradans
"There's so many people in prison, that are in our prisons right now, that are nonviolent, at high risk of exposure for COVID, have safe homes to return to, have stable jobs to return to, aren't threats to society that deserve a second chance at an opportunity to live their life," Simmons said.
ESPN's Mike Reiss: 'Decisiveness' Dave Ziegler's best quality as potential GM
"Ziegler has not been on the front lines from a media perspective here in New England, but the folks I talk with regard him very highly – from his presentation to internal staff, to his command of a room, conviction, and knowledge of personnel," Reiss said.
'He's able to kind of bridge that gap': The Athletic's Dan Pompei details Champ Kelly's GM candidacy
"He had such a rare determination to overcome his circumstances. I think there's a lot of people who, if they were dealt the same hand of cards as he was, they would kind of throw their hands up in the air and say, 'Look, I've been dealt a bad hand and I really can't be expected to overcome this.' I think it pushed him into becoming everything that he did become," Pompei said.
President-elect Joe Biden remembers life of former Syracuse classmate, friend Floyd Little
"I watched him play in Archbold Stadium, his number 44 flashing by defenders who had no chance, running as if he was chasing the spirit of his dear friend and fellow 44 legend, Ernie Davis," Biden said, in part.