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John Elway is glad he had the chance to return the favor and
dedicate a championship to his beloved boss 18 years after Pat Bowlen jabbed the
Super Bowl 32 trophy into the San Diego night and hollered Womens John
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, "This ... one's ... for ... John!"Elway called it
the greatest moment of his career, and when Denver beat Carolina in Super Bowl
50, the Broncos QB-turned-GM couldn't wait to hoist the Lombardi Trophy and
howl, "This ... one's ... for ... Pat!""That was my goal when I took the job,"
said Elway, who considers himself "the luckiest guy in the world to get an
opportunity to play for him and also get an opportunity to come back and work
for him."Bowlen, who died in June at age 75 , will be posthumously inducted into
the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend, honored for helping the NFL usher in
billion-dollar television deals and for turning the Broncos into a model
franchise with as many Super Bowl appearances (seven) as losing seasons since
buying the team in 1984."I can remember the hug with him in the locker room"
after that first championship, which followed three Super Bowl blowouts, said
Elway, who helicoptered his way into history in leading Denver past Green Bay
31-24.A year later, Bowlen dedicated Denver's 34-19 win over Atlanta in Super
Bowl 33 to the fans.By the time the Broncos won their third title, Bowlen was
homebound, forced by Alzheimer's to step down from his daily duties running the
franchise. Team president, CEO and confidante Joe Ellis took the trophy to
Bowlen's house when the team flew back to Colorado.Three years later, Ellis and
Steve Atwater, one of Bowlen's favorite players, informed Bowlen he was a Hall
of Fame contributor nominee."I strongly believe that he knew that he got into
the Hall of Fame," said Brittany Bowlen, the owner's 29-year-old daughter who
aims to one day assume controlling ownership. "He had a really big smile when he
found out. And I find that a real blessing to know that he knew."Presenting
Bowlen, the first of the Hall's 326 members to die in the roughly six months
between election and induction, is longtime head trainer Steve "Greek"
Antonopulos, the only fulltime employee who worked for the Broncos during
Bowlen's entire tenure as owner.Bowlen always began his day stopping by the
trainer's room for updates."Nobody cared more about players than Mr. Bowlen,"
Antonopulos said. "He liked to communicate with them Bradley
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, not because he wanted to rub elbows, but
because he cared about them."Hall of Famer Gary Zimmerman realized Bowlen wasn't
your typical team owner his first Thanksgiving in Denver when he found a sign-up
sheet for a turkey, surely a prank on the rookies and other newcomers like
himself. What the heck, he figured he'd play along, so he scribbled his
name."Then I come into the locker room," Zimmerman recounted, "and there's Pat
sticking turkeys into our lockers."A billionaire businessman whose family made
its fortune in oil, gas and real estate, Bowlen just wanted to be one of the
guys. A competitive triathlete, Bowlen often was found on the StairMaster in the
weight room, drenched in sweat when he wasn't on the sideline checking out
practice.If Bowlen's competitiveness set the standard, his style set the
tone.Remember him on the sideline, arms crossed, sporting sunglasses, a mink
coat and that stoic look? His team embraced that image."As players we thought,
'This dude is a cool dude as our owner,'" Elway said. "We all thought we were
kind of hip because of Pat."Bowlen served on more than a dozen NFL committees,
including the competition and broadcast groups that played key roles in the
game's soaring popularity."He wanted to do the best thing for the league and he
didn't want any credit for it," former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan said. "He
didn't take a whole lot of accolades, but he did a whole lot of work. And I
think that was Pat in general."Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in Bowlen he found
a kindred spirit, one who recruited him in selecting dark horse candidate Paul
Tagliabue as commissioner in 1989, and in bringing Rupert Murdoch and Fox aboard
as a broadcast partner in 1993.Patriots owner Robert Kraft said, "There was no
owner or person like Pat Bowlen. I loved him. ... He was relentless in his
competitive desire to win, but he was always a gentleman, a professional and a
trusted partner. He was a leader both in his success and in his kindness and
humility."Bowlen had every right to boast Von Miller
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, suggested fellow 2019 Hall of Fame inductee Champ
Bailey."He had the style for it, he had the charisma for it," Bailey said. "It's
just, what does that really bring to the team? Nothing, really. I loved that
about him."A fierce but friendly competitor, Bowlen provided a blueprint for
ownership in professional sports, suggested Jaguars owner Shahid Khan."A huge
reason I came to Denver was I knew Mr. Bowlen was all about winning," Peyton
Manning said.Outside the team's locker room is a large image of Bowlen and his
signature saying, "I want us to be number one in everything."That included
player relations."He ran this football team with his heart and not his
pocketbook," Elway said, a sentiment to which Ellis can attest. "He wanted to
rip up everybody's contract all the time to give them more money."Ellis said
Bowlen's competitive streak was especially evident on game day when "Pat had
those binoculars to his eyes with fire burning through them until the gun
sounded."He remembered a 41-14 win at Oakland. Late in the game, Ellis told
Bowlen he could go ahead and relax."Let me tell you how many games I've enjoyed
over the years," Bowlen interrupted. "I've got this anxiety level and until the
gun sounds, it's never over. But I can count on one hand how many games I
actually recall that I can fully enjoy."A sly smile came next."Tonight's one of
them."Bowlen split his offseasons between Denver and Hawaii, and every year he'd
take his players out canoeing, golfing and dining at one of his restaurants
during Pro Bowl week. Those are the only times Elway ever saw Bowlen show
off."He was proud of his restaurants," Elway said. "But you know what? He'd walk
in that restaurant and he was more proud of the guys he was walking in with. Not
too many times did we have a private room. We sat out in the public and he
enjoyed that."Follow Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/arniestapleton While there’s been word of interest from the
Jets, it does not look like Peyton Manning will be the team’s next General
Manager.Thoughts that he might entertain the prospect were tied in part to his
relationship with Jets head coach Adam Gase after the two men worked together
with the Broncos. While that relationship might not have led to Manning joining
the organization, Gase has been able to make use of it in other ways.Gase told
Albert Breer of SI.com that Sam Darnold has been asking a lot of questions about
Manning as he prepares to play quarterback in Gase’s offense for the first
time.“He watches a lot of the old stuff — he’s watched a lot of Peyton’s stuff,”
Gase said. “He’s watched almost all of our cut-ups. library of examples … He’s watched so much of it he can bring
up certain plays from different seasons to where he’ll ask a question — ‘Hey,
what made him do this? Or why did he think this way?’ He’s really gone through a
lot of this stuff already.”Gase said Darnold and Manning haven’t spoken
directly, but he hopes that a conversation where Darnold can pose his questions
directly can take place “eventually.”
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