Weekly Broncos Links

It’s that time of the week again. Here are some Broncos links followed by other interesting links:

- ESPN called the Broncos the least popular sports franchise in Denver. I beg to differ.

- Broncos training camp opens to the public at the end of the month. Here’s the schedule.  

- Could Travis Henry get off light on his drug trafficking chargers? It’s possible if he was just the “money guy.”

- It seems like Robert Ayers was a good pick in the draft. He may be starting this year.

- The host of 850 KOA’s game day coverage, Mike Rice, gives us his thoughts on 2009 Broncos so far.  

- Adam Schefter says on his Twitter page that the Broncos are listening to offers for Brandon Marshall. It’s written on July 1st at 11:12 AM.

- Eddie Royal spoke at the Rookies Symposium. Here’s a video.  

Here are some other links:

- Which athletes are past their prime? Check out “Ice Age Athlete: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs.”

- How about a little Shaq-Gary Coleman history.

- Who is going to win the NBA Championship next year? Odds are with the Lakers and Cavs. Here are the rest of the odds.

- Ever think about being Commissioner for a day? Here are some possible changes to make in the NFL.

- Steve McNair will always be remembered.  

- Check out “NBA Trades: Summer Box Office Style Trades.”

- Lance Armstrong got busted for cheating at the Tour de France, but it’s not what you think.

- Not really sports related, but this is funny.  

- Thinking about traveling with your favorite team? Give this a read.

- The MLB All-Star Roster is set and the game will be played in St. Louis.

Topics: Denver Broncos, Eddie Royal, Lance Armstrong, Robert Ayers. Brandon Marshall, Steve Mcnair, Travis Henry

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