DENVER -- Broncos President and CEO Joe Ellis is joining several higher-ups among the NFL in support for his players to kneel during the national anthem, after President Donald Trump said those who do so should be fired from their teams. "Our players have shown a tremendous commitment to raising awareness for important societal issues by using their platform in a positive way,” Ellis said in a statement sent to Denver7 Saturday evening.
DENVER – It wasn't just the Cavs’ LeBron James, former NBA star Kobe Bryant, or Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets who spent time Saturday decrying some controversial remarks made by President Donald Trump over the weekend.Several Broncos players also took to social media on Saturday and joined the pool of emotional response around the league after the president said NFL players should be fired for kneeling during the national anthem.“When I hear the anthem it’s not the words that make me feel...
CRAIG, Colo. – The Winter Valley Fire in northwest Colorado grew to 6,400 acres in size Friday night, according to an official with the Colorado State Office of the Bureau of Land Management.The fire, which is burning a mile and a half from Elk Springs in the western part of the county, threatened 25 to 30 homes as well as oil and gas facilities and an FAA tower early Friday.Courtney Whiteman, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Bureau of Land Management, said recommended evacuations that were...
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Selecting a term
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