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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Pat Bowlen's children thanked the fans for coming to the memorial and Beth Bowlen Wallace said it was"comforting" to meet so many people who had been impacted by her father.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Denver mayor Michael Hancock has arrived to Pat Bowlen's memorial. Long before his career in public office Hancock was the Broncos mascot — Huddles. And he has long said that 1986 season — his senior year of high school — was a sports highlight for him.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos' first-round pick Noah Fant said it was important for the team's rookies to attend Pat Bowlen's memorial to offer condolences to the family and to "recognize greatness."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Denver Broncos rookies have arrived to Pat Bowlen's memorial.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Broncos wide receiver Rod Smith just finished meeting with Pat Bowlen's family and said "there isn't room (in the stadium) for all the tributes for Mr. B." And he added "I really feel part of the Bowlen family."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

And you can't have a memorial for Pat Bowlen without the coats.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

And you can't have a memorial for Pat Bowlen without the coats.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Pat Bowlen's children are meeting Broncos' staff members as well as fans as they move through the memorial. Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway just finished viewing the displays a short time ago.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Pat Bowlen's memorial features all of the team's AFC Championship trophies as well as Super Bowl trophies, a variety of game balls given to Bowlen, family photos and his desk as he would have had it on a typical day.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Peyton Manning has arrived at the memorial for Pat Bowlen.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The memorial for Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is in the downtown stadium this morning. It is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature displays from Bowlen's three decades as the team's owner. Bowlen died last Thursday night after a years-long battle with Alzheimer's disease.

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Broncos to honor Bowlen; won't rename stadium

The Broncos are planning several ways to honor team owner Pat Bowlen, including a public tribute Tuesday and orange and blue "Mr. B." decals that players will wear on their helmets this season.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Via the Broncos, a statement from Peyton Manning on Pat Bowlen, who died Thursday night: "My deepest sympathies go out to the entire Bowlen family. I met Mr. Bowlen for the first time when I played for the Indianapolis Colts and I was over in Hawaii at the Pro Bowl when he was also there at his Hawaiian home. I saw him several times throughout the years and had short, brief conversations with him that I really enjoyed. Coming to play here for Denver, even though his health was declining, I did enjoy a couple of conversations with Mr. Bowlen. In my first year in 2012, I was here a lot in the offseason. As soon as I signed with the Broncos, I was basically living at the facility—Studying film, rehabbing and working out. I was usually one of the last to leave the facility during that time. I say, ‘I thought I was the last to leave,' but Mr. Bowlen was still there. He'd usually be in the training room on the elliptical, and I would go in there and have conversations with him. He was asking me if we found a place to live yet, and I remember once I told him we found a place to live, he told me he used to live right near there, and we talked a little about that. Just short, brief conversations, and I enjoyed that time with him. It was an honor to play for Mr. Bowlen's organization, as I've said numerous times. I always had great respect for the Denver Broncos during my time playing for the Colts competing against his organization. So much of that credit goes to Pat Bowlen and his desire to be the best and to win. That had a lot to do with me signing with the Denver Broncos – That I knew Mr. Bowlen was all about winning and I knew the people that he had hired would carry on that tradition and legacy. It was a great decision to come play here—We still live here today. I'm grateful for Mr. Bowlen and the legacy that he's established with the Broncos, in the NFL and certainly in this Denver community. He will be missed by many. It was an honor to know Mr. Bowlen and a real pleasure to have played for his team – The Denver Broncos."

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Bowlen, longtime Broncos owner, dies at age 75

Pat Bowlen, the longtime owner of the Denver Broncos who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August, died late Thursday night at age 75.

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Broncos RB Lindsay (wrist) to be ready for camp

Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Wednesday that running back Phillip Lindsay, who is recovering from right wrist surgery, will be ready for full participation when training camp begins next month.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Archie and Peyton Manning were at Broncos' practice Wednesday. And Broncos coach Vic Fangio, a former New Orleans Saints' assistant coach (1986 to 1994) when Archie Manning was an analyst on the Saints' radio broadcasts, was asked about the visit after Wednesday's practice. Fangio offered this on Archie Manning's plight as a player with the struggling Saints of the 1970s: “I've known them both since 1986. Archie's the old sage and Archie … he's the best quarterback in that family. I've always said if he was with the Pittsburgh Steelers back when he played instead of (Terry) Bradshaw and he and Bradshaw switched places, Archie would have had all those Super Bowl rings and Bradshaw would have had to go through the agony of playing with the Saints in the ‘70s.''

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After Wednesday's practice Broncos coach Vic Fangio said running back Phillip Lindsay will be ready to return to full participation for training camp. Lindsay has been recovering from wrist surgery and has not taken part in team's practices during the offseason. On his recovery, Lindsay said Wednesday: "I'm anxious to be out there with my teammates ... I feel like I'm very close, it's going to come down to the head coach and our training staff to make a decision and I trust them. For me I'm going to be ready when it's time, that's it, when they say 'let's go, let's go today,' I'll be ready.''

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Passing Yards230.919th
Rushing Yards119.212th
Points For20.624th
Points Against21.813th