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Old 02-07-2022, 08:56 PM
bikerack bikerack is offline
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Pep staying as OC

They are trying to get Mayo to come in as DC.
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Old 02-08-2022, 06:32 AM
Arky Arky is offline
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Thumbs up to Pep staying. This should be good for Davis Mills' development.

Whelp, they went from looking like they were going to do something foolish to picking a guy with a ton of experience. Lovie was head coach of the Bears from 2004-2012, sat out 2013 and came back to be head coach of the Bucs from 2014-2015. Overall record as an NFL head coach is 89-87 brought down by the 2 years at Tampa Bay (8-24).

He is soon to be 64 but can't knock them for going with experience. My guess is he will be the organizer and allow the coaches on the offensive side to do their thing.... Hopefully, he can stabilize things until the Texans get back on track...
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Old 02-08-2022, 07:33 AM
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So the upside of this hire is that we will have the same offense and defense from last year's excellent season!
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Old 02-09-2022, 09:17 AM
nunusguy nunusguy is offline
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Byron Allen is preparing a bid to purchase the Denver Broncos
A contender has emerged in the sale of the Denver Broncos. Media giant, Byron Allen, is preparing a bid to buy the team.
Well it's not Oprah, but it's a Brother so Goodells prayers have been answered.
The Denver Broncos are for sale, and billionaires are lining up to bid. The NFL’s reported top pick, however, is still reluctant to enter the fray.

League commissioner Roger Goodell is reportedly leaning on Robert F. Smith, the wealthiest Black person in the U.S., to bid on the Broncos. Smith or another potential bidder, Byron Allen, would make history as the league’s first Black owner.

Smith hasn’t committed to pursuing the team, which is expected to fetch at least $4 billion.

Concurrently, the league is facing a lawsuit from former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores alleging racial discrimination.

Several private equity executives are also eyeing a bid.
Antonio Brown ‘Extremely Serious’ About Buying NFL Franchise
So looks like potential buyers for the Denver franchise just keep coming.


Last edited by nunusguy; 03-11-2022 at 12:39 PM. Reason: New info on subject
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