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Adam Jones tears up talking about Bengals owner, appreciates support

CINCINNATI -- An emotional Adam Jones said his motivation is "through the roof" because of the support of Bengals owner Mike Brown. The Bengals cornerback had tears in his eyes as he spoke to reporters about Brown, who publicly stood behind Jones after his January arrest. "When you have a guy upstairs that stands up for you, that sticks up for the players -- I haven't been around a guy like that in my lifetime, speaking of Mr. Brown," Jones said. "So I'm very eager to be the best and make sure our group is the best. As you can see, it's a little touching for me." He later added: "The respect and the love that I have for Mr. Brown is undeniable. Words can't express the gratitude of how I feel

Steve Atwater Back with the Broncos

Steve Atwater is rejoining the Broncos. The former safety and 11-year NFL veteran was hired by the team as a fan development manager and an insider for its website. Atwater, 50, played 10 years and started all 155 games in his career as a Bronco after the team selected him in the first round (No. 20) of the 1989 draft. After winning a pair of Super Bowls and earning eight Pro Bowl selections as well as three all-pro honors in Denver, Atwater signed with the Jets in free agency in 1998. He played one year in New York before calling it a career. In 2000, Atwater signed a ceremonial one-day contract to retire a Bronco. His name was added as the 20th member of the Ring of Fame five years later.

Mixon Hosts Youth Football Camp in Oklahoma

Just a few short months ago Joe Mixon led the Sooners to a Sugar Bowl win. Today he led a different group of guys on the field at his first football camp in Oklahoma. Teaching tomorrow’s football stars is something the new Cincinnati Bengal has always looked forward to. “It’s a great feeling,” Mixon said. “I’ve dreamed about this all my life. I’ve always wanted to help little kids. That’s what I plan on doing, continuing on doing. I’m just going to keep doing whatever I need to do to be a positive influence on these little kids.” Today’s event isn’t his first go at guiding youngsters, and he says, it won’t be his last chance to coach up kids. “The first one was actually great,” Mixon sai

Jonathan Kaye wins 2nd CO Open, 21 years after his first

Jonathan and Jennifer Kaye's kids, Ryelie and Breeze, weren't even born when Jonathan last won a golf tournament, the 2004 FBR Open on the PGA Tour. So when Jonathan struck pay dirt on Sunday in the CoBank Colorado Open, it was certainly a family affair worth celebrating. And celebrate they did (pictured) when the former University of Colorado golfer drained a 9-foot birdie putt on the final hole at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club to notch his second Colorado Open victory. "I've got all my friends and family here," said Kaye, who lives in Boulder during the summer and Phoenix during the school year. "My kids finally got to see me win a golf tournament for the first time. That was pretty special

As Steve Atwater Returns to Denver: A look back at his proudest accomplishment

We are happy to welcome one of the Denver Broncos all time greats back to the Denver area. The Schaffer family and Authentic Athletix are excited to have Steve and Letha back in town and we will celebrate with an article about their sons from 2012! Like many former NFL players, Steve Atwater bears the burden of his craft. The former all-pro safety with the Denver Broncos and New York Jets deals with the headaches and lingering pain in his shoulders, back and knees, offering minimal complaints. “Hey, it is what it is, man,” Atwater said. “You can’t go out and run into people for 11 years [in the NFL] plus five years in college and expect to be walking around like nothing’s wrong with you.” M

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