Broncos’ McManus reunites fan with unique golf ball (Dan Daru, FOX 31 Denver)
McManus found the golf ball at CommonGround Golf Course in Aurora. The ball had a picture of a man wearing Broncos gear at a game.
Garth Brooks coming to Broncos Stadium at Mile High in June (Kieran Nicholson, The Denver Post)
Tickets for the show, presented by Amazon Music, will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, April 5, according to a news release. Tickets can be purchased online at ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks or by phone at Ticketmaster Express at 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000. Tickets, at a limit of eight per customer, for the in-the-round staging show will be $94.95 including a facility fee and service charge.
Demaryius Thomas, former Broncos Pro Bowl receiver, pleads guilty to careless driving in high-speed crash (Kirk Mitchell, The Denver Post)
“It was important for me to accept responsibility for my careless driving. I personally promise I will never again put anyone at risk with that type of driving going forward,” Thomas said in a public statement.
Opinion: NFL coaches helped owners come to their senses on adding pass interference to replay (Jarrett Bell, USA Today)
Early in the week, it seemed this debate was destined to be tabled until the May meetings.
Yet the coaches were passionate throughout a series of meetings with commissioner Roger Goodell, the competition committee, ownership and the officiating department. On Monday, a meeting of coaches went nearly two hours longer than planned. Then they came back for another meeting on Monday night that wasn’t on the agenda. They hammered away more during sessions on Tuesday before the final version of the proposal that passed was crafted.
NFL Insider Notebook: Momentum gaining for new CBA agreement, Pats could target QB early in NFL Draft and more (Jason La Canfora, CBSSports.com)
I came into these meetings fixated on whether the momentum building towards a new CBA with the NFLPA, and towards the NFL fully embracing and profiting from the legalized gambling craze would be as strong after these meetings as it was before every owner, coach, GM and team president assembled along with all of the league's top brass from Park Avenue. And the answer is: yes and yes.
Pick plays could present a potential replay review can of worms (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
“Blocking more than one yard beyond the line of scrimmage by an offensive player prior to a pass being thrown is offensive pass interference,” the official rulebook states. And since the expansion of replay applies generally to offensive pass interference and defensive pass interference, blocking more than one yard beyond the line of scrimmage prior to a pass being thrown becomes the silver bullet to wipe out a touchdown.