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Travel Sports Authority asset auction won by group of liquidators

A consortium of liquidators that includes Tiger Capital Group, Hilco Global and Gordon Brothers prevailed in an auction for Sports Authority Holdings Inc.'s assets, according to people familiar with the matter.The winning bidders topped a rival offer from a second group of liquidators that included Yellen Partners, SB Capital Group and 360 Merchant Solutions. and Dick's Sporting Goods Inc., each for small batches of stores, the people said.
The Denver Post
17/05
51 Points
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Kiszla: Super Bowl season for Broncos a tribute to Pat Bowlen

"This one's for John!" Bowlen shouted from the podium, holding aloft the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Elway led Denver to its first NFL championship, with a 31-24 victory against Green Bay on a January night in 1998. "This isn't the weather I remember for the AFC championship. Of course, I liked the frozen mud in Cleveland. It slowed everybody down to my speed."The AFC championship game turned out to be a day at the beach for the Broncos. Time and gravity eventually slows a football mogul's stride.
The Denver Post
03/05
10 Points
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Kiszla: Super Bowl season for Broncos a tribute to Pat Bowlen

"This one's for John!" Bowlen shouted from the podium, holding aloft the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Elway led Denver to its first NFL championship, with a 31-24 victory against Green Bay on a January night in 1998. "This isn't the weather I remember for the AFC championship. Of course, I liked the frozen mud in Cleveland. It slowed everybody down to my speed."The AFC championship game turned out to be a day at the beach for the Broncos. Time and gravity eventually slows a football mogul's stride.
The Denver Post
03/05
5 Points
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Sports Von Miller's Von's Vision hands out eyeglasses to more than 280 children

Back in Denver for his annual Von's Vision "reveal party" to hand out eyeglasses to more than 280 area children, Broncos linebacker Von Miller stood among a sea of young fans in the visitors' locker room of Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Wednesday.WATCH: Von's Vision welcomes more than 280 children to Sports Authority Field"This is something that's near and dear to my heart," Miller said.
The Denver Post
29/04
8 Points
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Von Miller hopeful of new deal, says "there's no hard feelings"

The morning after Super Bowl 50, Von Miller insisted his impending contract negotiations with the Broncos would remain peaceful. "I haven't seen those guys in two to three months. We had a special season. I spent every day with those guys. I want to be with those guys, but it's just a business thing."The business thing comes with a July 15 deadline, when franchise players must either sign a long-term contract or play on the tender."There's really not anything negative about it," Miller said.
The Denver Post
28/04
12 Points
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Sports Authority gives up hope of survival, will go to auction

But under Chapter 7, the creditors are on the hook for those costs.The Wall Street Journal contributed to this report. One was to pare down non-performing stores and emerge from bankruptcy with its independence intact. "It is more likely it will be stripped for parts."Another unresolved question is who will get to oversee the company's liquidation . That's because under Chapter 11, Sports Authority is responsible for its rent payments and other administrative costs.
The Denver Post
27/04
23 Points

New name for Denver Broncos' stadium? Not so fast.

half paid to the Broncos, the other half to the district.As Invesco shed jobs in Denver and ultimately left town in 2009, the company still paid to keep its name on the stadium."When it was originally Invesco, Sports Authority went to Invesco. It wasn't something the district did. But it did have to get (renaming) approval from the Broncos and the board," Sugar said. Back in 2001, investment firm Invesco agreed to a 20-year, $120 million naming rights contract.
The Denver Post
27/04
17 Points
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Travel Bill would forever preserve "Mile High" in Broncos' stadium name

New corporate interests could soon line up for naming rights to the Super Bowl champions home field."Broncos fans throughout Denver and Colorado have been uniformly supportive of the Denver Broncos," said Rep. The Broncos paid the rest.The Denver' Metropolitan Football Stadium District, which oversees the stadium, already has been fielding interest from other possible sponsors, a spokesman said last month.Joey Bunch: 303-954-1174, [email protected] or @joeybunch.
The Denver Post
27/04
10 Points
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Sports Rockies rally, lose lead in 9th during 12-10 loss to Dodgers

Gonzalez's RBI single tied the game, but as Puig reached down, the ball scooted past the right fielder. Asked how he puts this behind him, McGee responded: "Amnesia."Puig had a two-run double in the second, Joc Pederson added a solo homer in the third and Corey Seager finished with three RBIs for the Dodgers.It was quite an adventurous weekend for Puig, who made a leaping catch Sunday as he crashed into the right-field wall in the fourth inning.
USA Today
25/04
17 Points
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Why the train to Denver International Airport is named the "University of Colorado A-Line"

The Boulder campus has large advertising displays on each of the 59 buses that run between Denver and Boulder. All of those entities spend considerable sums on marketing.
The Denver Post
20/04
5 Points
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Perfect Peyton: QB Manning sets up Denver-Seattle Super Bowl

tying him with Patriots owner Robert Kraft for most Super Bowl appearances by an owner in NFL history."This season shows you what a great franchise this is," McCaffrey said. "They played really well. They are going to be tough to beat in a couple of weeks. And their offense played great. (That is) probably the best offense in NFL history."Manning, as always, deflected personal praise, preferring to pass out his compliments.
The Denver Post
19/04
12 Points
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Sports Kiszla: Super Bowl season for Broncos a tribute to Pat Bowlen

"This one's for John!" Bowlen shouted from the podium, holding aloft the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Elway led Denver to its first NFL championship, with a 31-24 victory against Green Bay on a January night in 1998. "This isn't the weather I remember for the AFC championship. Of course, I liked the frozen mud in Cleveland. It slowed everybody down to my speed."The AFC championship game turned out to be a day at the beach for the Broncos. Time and gravity eventually slows a football mogul's stride.
The Denver Post
19/04
4 Points
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Sports Broncos reach Super Bowl behind Peyton Manning, top Tom Brady, Patriots

Manning is one step from capping the greatest quarterback season since the league was formed in 1920. "Football is a team."Yes, but ..."Playing quarterback, there's certainly a number of things that come along with it," Peyton said. Elway the five-time AFC champion quarterback is now Elway the AFC champion front-office executive. "He is a great player and he played great today," Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said.The temperature was a toasty 63 degrees at first kickoff before a gathering of 77,110.
The Denver Post
19/04
3 Points
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Sports Demaryius Thomas' mother petitions for early prison release of his grandmother

Goodson, an inside linebacker, recently made predraft visits to six NFL teams, including the Broncos, according to the Houston Chronicle. Jostens was selected to make the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 rings, but the design hasn't been revealed. But the departures of free agents David Bruton (Washington) and Omar Bolden (Chicago) have left the Broncos thin at safety behind starters T.J. Fowler was among the wide receivers joining new Denver quarterback Mark Sanchez to train in California this offseason.
The Denver Post
17/04
3 Points
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