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Former Packers Wide Receiver Reunites with Nathaniel Hackett on Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos suffered a terrible blow to their roster during training camp this week. Wide receiver Tim Patrick tore his ACL and will be out for the season. Last season, Patrick had 53 receptions for 734 yards and five touchdowns. He was third on the team in receptions, second in receiving yards, and first in receiving touchdowns. In order to ease the blow of his loss, the Broncos signed former Packers wide receiver Darrius Shepherd. The released the news on the team’s Twitter account.
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Former WSU Running Back Max Borghi Signs Contract with Denver Broncos

DENVER - Former Washington State University standout running back Max Borghi is headed to Denver. The 22-year-old, who went undrafted out of college, has signed a contract with the Denver Broncos, according to multiple reports. Borghi will join the Broncos 90-man roster. The move to add Borghi to the roster...

With Denver Broncos stake, Formula One great Lewis Hamilton is latest athlete to become an owner

The Denver Broncos' ownership group has added racing royalty. Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has a stake with the Walton-Penner group, which purchased the team in June. Hamilton, 37, has the Formula One record for most race wins and has won the Formula One title seven times. The ownership group, which purchased the team for $4.65 billion, is led by Walmart heir Rob Walton and includes former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who also has a stake.

Denver Broncos sign local legend RB Max Borghi to replace injured Damarea Crockett

The local legend is coming home. Max Borghi, who played football at Pomona High School in Arvada, CO, signed with the Denver Broncos on Wednesday. He went undrafted in the 2022 NFL Draft and signed as a college free agent with the Indianapolis Colts, but was waived a few days later. He then participated in the Broncos’ rookie minicamp in June as a tryout, however, Borghi was not signed then.

Hamilton invests in Denver Broncos

Lewis Hamilton has become part of the investment group that is set to complete a purchase of the Denver Broncos, the NFL team has announced. The seven-time Formula 1 world champion attempted to invest in Chelsea when it invited bids earlier this year, but ultimately his consortium was not successful. Now the Walton-Penner Family Ownership Group has announced that Hamilton will have an ownership stake when it completes its $4.65billion takeover, which is set to be finalized on August 9.

F1 star Lewis Hamilton joins new Denver Broncos ownership group

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With the final step of the purchase of the Denver Broncos by a group led by Walmart heir Rob Walton set for Aug. 9, the Walton-Penner group has added another high-profile investor to its ranks. Walton announced Tuesday morning that seven-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton will...

Denver Broncos diversify star-studded ownership team ahead of NFL vote on sale

Data: Sportico; Table: Axios VisualsThe new buyers of the Denver Broncos are aware of the obvious: Most NFL teams are owned by wealthy white men.State of play: That's a concern for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who said earlier this year that he wanted diversity among the Broncos' new ownership group.A week before the formal vote on the $4.65 billion purchase, the new ownership group led by Rob Walton and the Penner family — both tied to the Walmart fortune — is working to meet the request.The latest: On Tuesday, the buyers added Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton to their team.The...

Lewis Hamilton joins Denver Broncos ownership group ahead of $4.65bn sale

Lewis Hamilton has joined forces with the Denver Broncos ownership group ahead of the Walton-Penner Family’s $4.65bn takeover of the NFL franchise. Seven-time F1 world champion Hamilton joined a consortium with Serena Williams back in April in an attempt to buy Chelsea FC as part of Sir Martin Broughton’s bid, but LA Dodgers owner Todd Boehly ultimately proved victorious. Yet the 37-year-old racing driver, who regularly spends his winters at his home in the Colorado mountains, has joined forces with the Broncos’ new ownership group with Walmart chairman Rob Walton saying Hamilton’s “resilient spirit and standard of excellence will...

Lewis Hamilton takes stake in Denver Broncos after joining ownership group

British Formula 1 great Lewis Hamilton has taken a stake in NFL club Denver Broncos after joining its new ownership group.The seven-times world champion has teamed up with the Walton-Penner Family Ownership Group, which took over the Broncos in a reported $4.65billion – around £3.81billion – swoop in June.A statement from Rob Walton, heir to the Walmart fortune, said: “We’re delighted to welcome seven-time Formula One world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton to our ownership group.“We're delighted to welcome Seven-Time Formula One World Champion Sir @LewisHamilton to our ownership group. He is a champion competitor who knows what it takes to...