Paul Klee, The GazettePaul Klee, The GazetteSeptember 24, 20176min2900

BUFFALO — Perhaps no NFL team embodies the expanding political divide in America more than the Denver Broncos. Balanced by a highly paid linebacker who was one of the first players to kneel during the national anthem and a front office with strong conservative leanings, some of the Broncos joined protests across the league in Week 3 on Sunday.


Joey BunchJoey BunchSeptember 19, 201710min868
Mike Coffman showed up without an aide and ordered iced tea, 10 minutes early for a coffee meeting with a reporter in downtown Denver Monday afternoon. He was home from Washington for the U.S. House’s district work week. The Republican congressman from Aurora is still more than a year from his sixth Election Day defense […]

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