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A former employee is alleging workers were routinely subjected to racial discrimination at a California car dealership partially owned by former Denver Broncos star John Elway.
In a lawsuit filed Monday, a former sales manager at John Elway's Manhattan Beach Toyota alleges he and other minority employees were denied promotions and opportunities based on their race.
It was January 11, 1987 when John Elway drove the Denver Broncos 98 yards in five minutes to tie the AFC Championship Game against the Cleveland Browns. Watch the monumental Broncos series in its entirety as we celebrate new monuments in Broncos playoff history today.
Where were you when John Elway became a legend following The Drive?
FOXBORO, Mass. -- The playoffs have finally arrived for the Patriots, who have gone headfirst into their preparations for Saturday's rematch against the Broncos. For those who love the hype, this is one of the more entertaining weeks of the year. But for everyone who's tired of the Tim Tebow talk, well, just be thankful it's a short week. Here are this week's 20 thoughts...
It's not exactly a mystery why the Steelers' season is done. Their defense — ranked No. 1 in the NFL in points allowed and yards allowed coming in — made the worst quarterback in the league look like John Elway.
Whether he goes high or low, James Harrison has trouble escaping his critics, but he's found an unlikely defender in Broncos team executive John Elway.
Broncos president John Elway challenged Tim Tebow to let it rip last week. Likewise, the Steelers essentially dared Tebow to throw the ball. Consider the trigger pulled, says Don Banks.