Champs Return Home
They left hopeful and returned home champions.
Super bowl 50 champs, the broncos, have come home to Denver.
After Sunday’s night’s win over the Carolina Panthers the Broncos brought another Lombardi trophy to the mile high city.
It’s the first Super Bowl win for the franchise since they won back to back titles in 1998 and 1999.
Tuesday there will be a big victory parade in downtown Denver that will end up at the Civic Center Park with the public invited.
NFL Star Being Investigated
A brawl over a bottle of champagne between off duty police and at least one NFL player allegedly sent two off duty cops to the hospital this past weekend in Philadelphia.
Ex-Eagle and current Buffalo Bills player Lesean Mccoy is considered to be one of the suspects under investigation along with three other people after a bar fight in old city that had them thrown out of an after hours night club.
One of the off duty cops was badly hurt his eye socket was broken, his nose was broken and it’s believe he has some hand and skull injuries.
It has been reported the two off-duty cops did not identify themselves as policemen.
NFL Releases New Policy
A new policy from the NFL will restrict those convicted of certain crimes from attending the combine.
The league will ban athletes from going to the annual scouting combine in Indianapolis if they’ve been convicted of sexual assault, domestic violence or weapons offenses.
The scouting combine is for prospective athletes trying to be drafted to show off their skills for NFL teams.
The USA Today reports that NFL executive vice president of football operations, Troy Vincent, first outlined the new rule in a memo sent to teams days prior to the Super Bowl.
Prospects that refuse to submit to a background check will also be barred from participating.