Authorities say a fan has died after falling 60 feet at the Denver Broncos' stadium after a game on Monday night. Stadium Management Co., which operates Sports Authority Field at Mile High, said the fan fell over a railing. The medical examiner's office said Tuesday the man was transported to a hospital and pronounced dead.
Police are investigating a burglary at the home of Denver Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware that occurred while he was at Monday night's football game with the Houston Texans. Denver police spokesman Doug Schepman said the break-in was reported early Tuesday. A person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press that Ware's Super Bowl 50 ring was stolen.
ATLANTA (AP) -- The Atlanta Falcons added insurance for injured running back Tevin Coleman on Tuesday by signing three running backs, including Stevan Ridley, who began his NFL career with New England and also played for the Jets.
Broadway Joe delivered a headline-making apology. Joe Namath backpedaled Tuesday on his criticism of New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith for not returning to the game Sunday after injuring his right knee and standing on the sideline for the second half of a 24-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Smith was hurt while being sacked in the second quarter.
The New York Giants released placekicker Josh Brown on Tuesday, six days after police documents revealed Brown admitted to repeatedly abusing his former wife while they were married. The move came shortly after the player issued a statement insisting that he never hit his wife during a six year period when he admits spousal abuse. Giants President John Mara says the team's beliefs, judgments and decisions were ''misguided'' in how it handled its relationship with Brown.
Brock Osweiler took one last dig at Denver's fans after Houston's 27-9 loss to the Broncos. Denver's defenders ruined Osweiler's homecoming by hurrying, hitting and harassing their ex-quarterback Monday night, even if his ears weren't ringing from the crowd noise. Osweiler famously declared upon signing his $72 million, four-year deal that he chose Houston over Denver because the Texans gave him the better chance to succeed.
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