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  Cheap Justin Hollins Jersey , one of Pat Bowlen's seven children, said Saturday night she's hoping to one day succeed her father as principal owner of the Denver Broncos.It was the first public declaration of her intention and it came at the Global Down Syndrome Foundation's annual fashion show , where she is co-chair.The franchise has been run by a trust since Pat Bowlen stepped away several years ago to battle Alzheimer's."Right now, the Denver Broncos have an owner. It's my father. Unfortunately, he can't be involved in the day-to-day of the team," Brittany Bowlen said. "I do have ambitions and goals to one day becoming the controlling owner of the Denver Broncos. And I'll keep working toward those goals. I'm not there yet, but I really believe I can get there."Brittany Bowlen, 28, received her master's degree in business administration from Duke in May after graduating from Notre Dame with a degree in finance, working for two years at NFL headquarters and a year with the Broncos as a business analyst.Terms of the trust require five years' experience with the league or team. Brittany Bowlen, who began a job with McKinsey & Company at the global consulting firm's downtown Denver branch, said she doesn't have a timetable to rejoin the Broncos for more front office experience."I think it's really important that I get experience outside of the football industry," Brittany Bowlen said. "And I think that working at McKinsey & Company is going to give me that experience."Asked for an update on her father's health, Brittany Bowlen said, "My father is doing OK. Alzheimer's is a very hard disease. He is the most stoic Alzheimer's patient. It's truly inspirational to see how he carries himself with the disease."She said since getting her master's degree, "it's been really awesome to spend more time with him."Brittany Bowlen's mother, Annabel Bowlen, recently announced her own Alzheimer's diagnosis.Pat Bowlen, who has been nominated as a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, bought the team in 1984. He transferred control of the team to the Pat Bowlen Trust in 2014.The trust is run by team president Joe Ellis, Broncos general counsel Rich Slivka and attorney Mary Kelly. ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP)The fieriness of undrafted rookie running back Phillip Lindsay will be put on the backburner.Not for long Dennis Smith Jersey , just for now.The former Colorado standout known as the ”Tasmanian Devil ” for his relentless motor is all ears these days in the Denver Broncos‘ meeting room.”I have to get in where I fit in. Right now, that’s learning and listening and being quiet,” Lindsay said on the first day of rookie orientation Friday. ”My place is to listen to the veterans and coaches and take what they want and establish it on the football field.”That also means lining up wherever the Broncos want him to line up. He’s willing to return kickoffs and punts, play special teams, become a situational running back, even line up as a slot receiver.Anything to make this roster. He’s got a solid chance especially given this: At least one rookie college free agent has made the Broncos’ active roster out of training camp in 13 of the last 14 years, including Pro Bowl cornerback Chris Harris in 2011.”I’m just going to showcase everything,” Lindsay said.Being from Denver, Lindsay gets asked all the time by his fellow rookies about his city. He’s sort of Denver’s first ambassador, along with rookie offensive lineman Sam Jones, who’s a sixth-round pick out of Arizona State and also hails from the Mile High City.”A lot of times they think (Denver) is just cold,” Lindsay said. ”Now, they get to see it’s dry, it’s hot. It’s beautiful.”It didn’t take long for Lindsay to have his first welcome-to-pro-football moment by simply walking into the locker room.”It’s like, `Dang, it’s really here,”’ Lindsay said. ”Now it’s time for me to go and seize the moment.”While with the Buffaloes, Lindsay was an integral piece of the offense as he recorded back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons. The 5-foot-8, 190-pound running back brought an edge and intensity to the backfield, but didn’t get selected in the recent draft.Still, he feels like he landed in a good situation with his hometown team. Lindsay joins a backfield that counts Devontae Booker as its veteran after severing ties with C.J. Anderson. Royce Freeman was drafted in the third round out of Oregon to play a big role as well.Lindsay and Freeman – two Pac-12 tailbacks Jones saw plenty of while at Arizona State.”I’m excited to wear the same jersey as him and Phil now Karl Mecklenburg Jersey , instead of having them run all over our defense,” Jones said. ”We can run all over somebody else.”Lindsay impressed the Broncos brass and coaching staff at his pro day by turning in a time of 4.39 seconds in his 40-yard dash. He also shined at the Shrine Game, where he drew some comparisons to New England running back James White.”But I don’t want to be like anybody else,” Lindsay said. ”I want to be like Phillip Lindsay, establishing myself with special teams and getting into the playbook as a running back. … I’m happy to be a part of the team and I’m ready to get things going.”NOTES: Jones said he’s been learning the playbook under the tutelage of Broncos OL Connor McGovern. ”Definitely a leg up going into camp,” Jones said. … WR DaeSean Hamilton of Penn State was wearing big glasses that would’ve made LB Von Miller proud. ”I took notices of the type of glasses that he wears,” said Hamilton, a fourth-round selection. ”I like really fancy glasses, big glasses.” … David Williams, a seventh-round pick out of Arkansas, said of the wide-open running back competition: ”It’s actually a great situation. If it was me in college, I’d go to this school – if it was a school – because the situation is so good.” …LB Keishawn Bierria, a sixth-round pick from Washington, on learning the playbook: ”It’s a lot. But that’s why we have the vets. We have the vets to lean on. They’ll also serve as teachers for us, too. The more time we spend with them and get knowledge from them, it will be a lot easier.”… ILB Josey Jewell, a fourth-round pick out of Iowa, is fond of his nickname The Outlaw. ”It happened in college and hopefully it keeps going,” Jewell said.—
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