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If Joe Ellis and company can’t find a naming sponsor
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Phillip Lindsay Jersey , Broncos Country will have to do it for him."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos Free AgencyBroncos DraftBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旴reaking NewsBroncos 2019 Draft Class Announced脳Broncos podcastsIt is our duty to name the Broncos’ stadiumNew,81commentsIf Joe Ellis and company can’t find a naming sponsor, Broncos Country will have to do it for him. MSTShareTweetShareShareIt is our duty to name the Broncos’ stadiumWhat a lovely week of the offseason it is when the top story is about Robert Kraft and prostitution....yikes. That added to the hundreds of mock drafts that all see the Denver Broncos picking different players and different drafting positions makes it a difficult week to know what to talk about. The combine happens later this week and the NFL is at one of it’s quietest points of the entire year and it leaves podcasters scrambling for some kind of relevant material. Fortunately I have a wonderful inner-circle of Broncos fans who helped me brainstorm an idea that’s more than worthy of a podcast and article. It could perhaps turn out to be the most important thing I have ever done or will ever do for Mile High Report. We the fans are going to decide the name for the Broncos’ Stadium at Mile High. Joe Ellis appears not up to the task of selling the naming rights of a stadium that is one of the most iconic in the U.S and sells out 99.9% of Broncos games. It’s also used constantly in the offseason for concerts and other sporting events and for the life of me I can’t imagine why he has been unable to find a taker for what should be a highly sought after sponsorship.So, it falls to us, my friends. We need to spread the word to all of Broncos Country and determine a name that will at least get Joe Ellis moving in the right direction. Some of the options I already have are top-notch and will undoubtedly get the attention of the big-wigs in Denver.So, without further adieu ...Option #1 - Orange Crush Stadium at Mile HighThis comes from my bro, Dom, and is so practical and incredible, I don’t know how it hasn’t been the name for the last decades. Pepsi should step in immediately and partner with the Denver Broncos to bring this classy, fitting and awesome name for the stadium. It makes me thirsty just writing about it. Option #2 - The Ganja Bowl at Mile HighThis one comes from my BFF Eric the Caveman -For better or worse Denver has become well known around the world as a place to get weed.Even in Germany I get asked if I brought any back with me...like that would be a great idea...Some of the fastest growing companies in the state are marijuana producers and it only makes sense that they would work hand in hand with the Broncos. Option #3 - Casa Bonita StadiumThis from Broncos & Brats contributor Luke Short - For any Denver locals, this is another obvious solution. Though I doubt there will be diving pools anywhere in the stadium, with the high percentage of Latin Americans in the city, why not go this route? The extremely popular/despised restaurant would be a perfect partner for the team and heck, maybe they can bring their awesome food to the fans on gameday!Option #4 - Blucifer’s Stable at Mile HighFrom Claire the not-so-caveman - This is another “inside joke” for those who are from Denver or have travelled there at any time in the past twentyish years. Blucifer is the red eyed demon horse that greets folks outside of the Denver International Airport. No one really knows the significance (except that it’s odd and creepy like the rest of DIA) but since it is very similar to the Broncos’ mascot, it might just be a long-lost cousin who went down a dark path. It is another fantastic name for a stadium and it’d be perfect to see Blucifer moved up alongside Bucky on the stadium scoreboard. Those are the four we have so far but we want a few more from you guys before we send it out to all of Broncoscountry for a vote. What would YOU name the stadium? And yes, you are allowed to be boring and just call it Mile High Stadium.Also, check out the podcast (linked above).MHR Radio is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher,TuneIn and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear. Chris Harris Jr. is once again having to argue his worth - this time to his own team."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos Free AgencyBroncos DraftBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旴reaking NewsBroncos 2019 Draft Class Announced脳Strapped for Cash - the trouble with paying Chris Harris Jr.New,106commentsChris Harris Jr. is once again having to argue his worth - this time to his own team. Strapped for Cash - the trouble with paying Chris Harris Jr.Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsChris Harris Jr. is in the final year of his five-year, $42.5 million deal with the Denver Broncos. He’s been an All-Pro, community contributor, and a Super Bowl champion. Most of all, he’s been underrated and underpaid. The NFL can be fickle, and although Harris Jr. may have been setting the world ablaze at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium (three interceptions, four sacks, forced fumble Emmanuel Sanders Jersey , 290 total tackles as a Jayhawk), scouts failed to notice him, and he went undrafted. Underrated, underpaid and undrafted. Harris Jr. has learned over the years he is going to have to fight for every bit of credit he is given in the NFL, similar to the battles he faces on the field against the likes of Antonio Brown or Tyreek Hill. The big problem in Denver right now is that nobody seems willing to fight for him. Harris Jr. typically lets his play on the field speak for itself, but he’s in a pickle this year, after having to be placed on injured reserve following an injury to his fibula suffered in Week 13 against the Bengals last season. Denver can’t offer much, after spending in free agency to nab the likes of Ja’Wuan James (now the highest-paid right tackle in the league at four years and up to $52 million) and Kareem Jackson (three years and up to $33 million).But the Broncos have a little bit left and could seemingly make things work with Harris Jr. and the new rookie deals that will roll in. Broncos currently sit at $11,742,518 under the cap as of this post, and Harris Jr. knows they have little incentive to lock themselves in before the draft. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsThe Broncos’ aging elite corner has recently drawn comparisons to Champ Bailey and will likely be looking for a Josh Norman type of contract (five years and $75 million with $50 million guaranteed), although Norman was three years younger when he signed his deal. Elway’s offer will likely be heavy on the guaranteed money, and Harris Jr.’s market sits at around $12 to $15 million per year. Keep in mind, the top-10 earning corners in the league all signed their deals before they were 28, and Champ’s extension was in February 2011 at four years, $43 million at age 32. The closest deal to what “Strap” is looking for might be Darrelle Revis in 2015. At 29 years old, Revis signed with the NY Jets for $39 million fully guaranteed.Harris Jr.’s candle still burns bright in Denver, but the wick is not everlasting. The Hall of Fame discussion comes creeping in, as Champ is set to be inducted and Harris Jr. attempts to avoid the same wall Bailey hit. There are arguments that Champ Bailey’s decline was not due to age, but more to the plantar fasciitis that pestered Peyton Manning and Ryan Clady at the end of their careers. Harris Jr. seems to be set up well to have another monster season on the outside and prove he’s not just a slot corner or an over-the-hill 30-year-old corner. First-ballot will be hard to crack for Harris Jr. when projecting his Hall of Fame induction, but he deserves a gold jacket. A top five corner most of his career, if Chris Harris Jr. misses out on the Hall of Fame, it will be due to lack of recognition and empty stats, not lack of skill or worthiness. Talib gets a boost over Harris Jr. for the simple fact that he was a Patriot.Harris Jr. has skipped optional workouts and hasn’t talked to head coach Vic Fangio in weeks. He also recently added a highlight video Instagram post that included emojis in the caption of a zipped mouth shut and a bag of money, likely indicating he’s putting his money where his mouth is and is ready to get paid. Let us know if you think Chris Harris Jr. is a first-ballot Hall of Famer, and if you would offer anything more than a two-year deal to him as we head into the 2019 NFL Draft. Jeffrey Essary, Taylor Kothe, Ian St. Clair, Joe Rowles, Scotty Payne and Joe Mahoney contributed discussion to help with this piece.
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