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The league fined San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick $10,000 Thursday for wearing his Beats by Dre headphones during the team postgame interview last Sunday. The NFL had banned players from wearing the headphones during televised interviews in practices and games because Bose signed on as its official headphone sponsor. Starting before kickoff on game days and extending through 90 minutes afterward, Beats headphones cannot be worn by players.
That didn stop Kaepernick, though.
The quarterback, who appeared in a commercial for Beats last December, kept his bright pink headphones (you think he at least get a discount for supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month) draped around his neck while speaking to reporters after the 49ers win over the Chiefs.
DeMarcus Ware said he and linebacker Von Miller are now in competition with each other to pressure the quarterback. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)
A few months after the Broncos signed DeMarcus Ware, the veteran defensive end said he and linebacker Von Miller aimed to be the league best sack tandem ever.
want to have as many sacks as one team, Ware said in June. and Von talk all the time about it. He threw a number out there, and I said, not be the tandem that can say it was the best in the league ever. That what you want.
Peyton Manning needs only six touchdowns to snap Brett Favre career touchdown passing record (508), a feat that could come as soon as Sunday when the Broncos face the Jets at MetLife Stadium.
As Peyton closes in on the record, his father and idol to Favre, Archie Manning, joined The Press Box on Thursday to share his thoughts.
are proud of Peyton and we really feel blessed I think Peyton feels blessed that he still playing football, Archie said. had a good run there in Indy, but four neck surgeries and we didn know, and for him, he worked hard and wanted to play again. I think the good Lord blessed him and allowed him to play again and put him in a good spot. So,
yeah, we really proud.
got a text last Sunday from Fran Tarkenton, and Fran said I don think Fran would mind me saying this but Fran said, hero was Johnny Unitas, and Johnny threw 300 touchdowns. I was proud that I threw for 342, but it really special for Peyton to reach 500 touchdowns. we proud. He been fortunate to stay healthy and play with a lot of good people. I do laugh he doesn do it much but somebody started talking about all the people who had caught his touchdowns, and there are some guys on there that I had totally forgotten about. A tight end who had played for the Colts for one year or something like that. I see every game and I can remember.
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The Broncos have pledged $150,000 to Rose Andom Center, which will provide services to domestic violence victims.
The center is scheduled to open next summer in Denver.
Although the issue of domestic violence was brought to the forefront in recent months by the Ray Rice case, the team partnership with Rose Andom has been in the works for more than a year.
“There is no place for domestic violence in our society,” Broncos President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Ellis said in a statement. “It’s a very serious issue that affects so many, including children, and it deserves the extensive resources that the Rose Andom Center will provide to make a difference.
Real estate mogul and billionaire Stan Kroenke become the full owner of the NFL’s St. Louis Rams in August of 2010 after purchasing the interest of late owner Georgia Frontiere. To receive the consent of the other NFL owners, however, Kroenke had to agree to turn over control of his other professional sports teams in Denver the NBA’s Nuggets and the NHL’s Avalanche to his son, Josh, by the end of the year because of the NFL’s cross ownership rule. Per the agreement, Kroenke must give up his majority stake in the Nuggets and Avs by December of 2014.
But according to Sports Business Daily on Monday, the league is likely to give him a 12 month extension to transfer ownership to his son. (The NFL allows such in family transfers if the receiving member has no part in the team’s operation.) The deal would require Kroenke to inform the league by June of 2015 how he plans to divest his teams.