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chase it to help fill the remaining holes on the Denver Broncos roster?" Denver Broncos NewsDenver Broncos Free AgencyBest remaining free agents who fit the BroncosNew Steve Atwater Jersey ,77commentsThere’s talent out there. Should John Elway chase it to help fill the remaining holes on the Denver Broncos roster?MDTIf you’re like me, Broncos football is a bit of an obsession. So with the draft in the rear-view mirror I can’t help but pore over Scotty Payne’s recent article about the Broncos Biggest Remaining Holes and go look at the veterans that could help. Cost is now a significant factor with the Broncos nudging up tight against the cap and carrying a full roster, but there’s veteran talent out there. Does Elway want to his mine for it? Inside LinebackerThe majority of mock drafts that didn’t peg Drew Lock at 10 had Devin White or Bush going to the Broncos. It could have happened if not for the trade with the Steelers that sent Denver to 20 for an additional second and 2020 third round pick. What’s a bit surprising is how Elway passed on the remaining options, save for Justin Hollins who may get an opportunity after spending most of his collegiate career as an edge rusher. I’m on record saying Todd Davis and Josey Jewell will look noticeably better in a Fangio defense that doesn’t ask them to turn and run so often, but there’s names out there. Who could upgrade the position?Jamie CollinsIf Collins 2018 tape looked anything like the 2016 film he wouldn’t be available. There was a time when he and Dont’a Hightower looked like the most dangerous linebacker duo in the NFL. That all changed when Bill Belichick traded Collins to Cleveland rather than pay him. The Browns thought enough of the former Patriot to give him a 4-year $50 million contract, but cut ties this spring to save $9.25 million against the cap. Collins turns 30 in October and will probably need to take a short term prove it contract if he wants to try and cash in one last time. At his peak he’s the kind of interior rusher Fangio looks for in a ‘backer and has tape where he’s a dynamic player in coverage. Rediscovering that form would be key for him going into the 2020 market, which would benefit the Broncos in the here and now.Rumor has it the Atlanta Falcons are very interested, but they’re among the teams with the last cap space in the league. Josh looks for fresh legs to push Booker and give the Sophomore’s a break in camp. Tre Boston - SAFETYBoston is another player who shined in the desert last year. He’s bounced around the league a little after the Panthers drafted him in the fourth round of the 2014 draft. The only way I see someone like him coming in is if Chris Harris is traded. At that point Elway may look for help in the backfield with Kareem Jackson sliding back to corner. The 6th year veteran could provide quality depth in his stead. Kayvon Webster - DBWeb spurred speculation that he was set to return to Denver a few weeks before the draft, but alas it’s come to nothing since. This may be little more than a hope among Broncos Country at this point, but the former 3rd rounder has played in multiple systems and has experience on special teams. The Denver Broncos owner finally gets his place in Canton at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This one’s for Pat!" Denver Broncos in the Hall of FamePro Football Hall of FameHall of Fame Profile: Pat Bowlen New,13commentsThe Denver Broncos owner finally gets his place in Canton at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This one’s for Pat!MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Hall of Fame Profile: Pat Bowlen TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailOne line captures the essence of who Pat Bowlen was. I know what you’re thinking, and it’s not those four magical words uttered after Super Bowl XXXII. This one digs deeper. Ironically, it’s four more words. “I want to be No. 1 in everything.”What made the man known affectionately as “Mr. B” so special and unique is he didn’t just talk about it, the Denver Broncos owner lived it. It’s who he was. That’s what led to the success of his organization, the league and why so many people cared so deeply about him because he cared so deeply about them. “He’s a wonderful man and the way that he ran the organization, the culture that he created here was one that everyone respected everyone else,” Broncos legend Steve Atwater told me a few years ago. “All of our coaches treated us with respect and coached us in a way that made us really want to go out and play our hardest. You didn’t want to leave anything on the line because they not only were our coaches but they actually cared about us as people. And I got that all the way from the top from Mr. Bowlen. And I think that continues to this day.“The culture he created is one where people care about each other, and I think when you care about each other you tend to go a little bit further than you would for someone who you really don’t care about or you feel like they don’t care about you. He always does things in a first-class manner. That’s another thing that he instilled in the organization, ‘hey, if we’re going to do something, we need to be the best at it.’ That was apparent throughout his ownership, so I have the utmost respect for him, and most people I know feel the exact same way.”The results are simply remarkable. 300 wins in his first 30 years, the only owner in NFL history to pull off such a feat.18 playoff appearances13 division titlesSeven Super Bowl appearancesSeven AFC titlesSeven losing seasonsFour different head coaches to lead his team to the Super Bowl. The only owner in NFL history to pull off such a feat.Three Lombardi TrophiesIn terms of the league, no one had their finger on the scale more than Mr. B. As I said in my story to get the Broncos owner in the Hall of Fame, he’s the reason the NFL is the behemoth it is today. The biggest contributions Bowlen made to the NFL came from his time as the chairman of the TV Committee and Labor Committee. It was Bowlen’s decision to bring on Fox as a partner in the 1994 season that changed the TV landscape for the NFL. Bowlen is also considered the father of “Sunday Night Football.” It’s because of Bowlen that “Sunday Night Football” has become one of the most watched TV shows and eclipsed “Monday Night Football” in primetime importance. As others have highlighted Womens Bradley Chubb Jersey , what’s amazing to consider is when Bowlen took control of the TV committee in the early 1990s, the previous chair, Art Modell, claimed the NFL was losing money.Bowlen was the chair of the labor committee when the NFL and NFL Players Association avoided any labor disputes. Mr. B was vital to the international growth of the NFL. The Broncos played in seven American Bowl Games, from Tokyo and Mexico City to London and Australia. Today, the NFL has regular games in London and Mexico City with thoughts to expand to China. You cannot write the story of the NFL without Bowlen. “Paul Taligibue knows, Roger Goodell knows because he worked directly with them,” Broncos president and CEO Joe Ellis told me a few years ago. “But not a lot of other people really know Pat’s impact on the league because it was never broadcast, it was never publicized. He kept it to himself. That’s the way he was on all of those matters. When TV deals were done, Pat wasn’t standing up trumpeting. He wasn’t coming to you or other people in the media saying, ‘look at what we’ve accomplished. And, by the way, I’m responsible.’ That’s not his style.”Today, the Broncos owner gets inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It’s bittersweet since he is no longer with us, but it doesn’t take away from the accomplishment or his determination to make his goal to be No. 1 in everything he did a reality. From this day forth, Mr. B will forever be known as a Hall-of-Famer. “We were just sitting in his office once and I said, ‘I’m knocking off the media guide, anything special you want in your bio?’” Jim Saccomano told me a few years ago. “He goes, ‘It’s fine, just fine.’ And then we were just talking, ‘I want to be No. 1 in everything.’ Well, obviously, I put that at the top of his bio, and I made sure when I wrote the script for his Ring of Fame Plaza statue that it’s listed there. It sort of expresses everything. ‘I want us to be No. 1 in everything.’ And he felt that way about the NFL too.”