The Denver Broncos have been dealing with lawsuits and disputes when it comes to ownership. Roger Goodell says the NFL might take action on the matter.
As Broncos Country knows, the Denver Broncos have been dealing with some issues from the inside when it comes to ownership. Since Pat Bowlen was forced to step down sometime after the 2013 season, the team has been run by a few people known as the Pat Bowlen Trust.
The plan was to have this trust until one of Pat Bowlen’s children could take ownership. Annabel Bowlen attended all of the key events for the Broncos which included Pat Bowlen’s Ring of Fame induction and the Super Bowl 50 post game trophy presentation.
With the lawsuits now coming into fruition, it appears that the National Football League might get involved now. At the Commissioner Meetings, Roger Goodell addressed the issue of Denver Broncos ownership.
Roger Goodell also mentions how much the Denver Broncos mean to Pat Bowlen and his family and that disputes like this are “sad.”
This Saturday, Pat Bowlen could find himself enshrined in the Hall of Fame. The committee meets on the eve of Super Bowl 53 and the members of the 2019 class will be announced at the NFL Honors that night.
There is no telling what could happen as a result of the NFL getting involved. At this point, anything can happen. I would say currently, Brittany Bowlen could become the new owner as long as it stays in the family.
However, with the possibility of the NFL getting involved, there is no telling what the future of the Denver Broncos as far as ownership is concerned. Hopefully that will be resolved in time.