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Pat Bowlen lost to flashy Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and former commissioner Paul Tagliabue in the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s selection of two contributor finalists
On Sept. 17, in Denver’s City Park, Pat Bowlen’s family will again particpate in the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s, this time with a goal of raising $500,000 to fund support programs and research of the disease.
Pat Bowlen, once again a contributor finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, was denied selection by a sub-committee for the Class of 2017.
Bowlen, the owner fastest to reach 300 wins and the only one to make seven Super Bowl appearances, is among the finalists.
In an exclusive interview, John Elway reflects on his 21-year tenure as a Hall of Fame quarterback turned executive. In that time, the Broncos have undergone multiple identity shifts, most of which decorate his museum of an office.
Broncos president Joe Ellis and general manager John Elway spoke somberly about their beloved owner Pat Bowlen as he fought Alzheimer’s and relinquished day-to-day control of the team.
The update on Pat Summitt’s health caught Geno Auriemma by surprise. It’s simply the news nobody wanted to hear, especially her former rival who built the Connecticut program trying to model off her success coaching Tennessee.
Beth Bowlen recently received her law degree, Brittany Bowlen will begin an MBA program and John Michael Bowlen will pursue other opportunities, according to a team spokesperson.