Denver Broncos: Though documents presented in court suggested owner Pat Bowlen's family was involved in buying the Denver Broncos, he testified Tuesday that they were inaccurate. The documents indicated that Bowlen represented either Texas Northern Productions or Hambledon Estates Ltd. -- companies set up by Bowlen, two brothers and a sister -- when he purchased 60.8 percent of the team from former owner Edgar Kaiser in 1984. Such a distinction is important because Kaiser claims Bowlen violated the terms of their purchase agreement by allocating ownership of the team to members of his family and later offering a 20 percent share of the team to former quarterback John Elway. The sale agreement stipulated that Bowlen be the sole owner and that he first offer any sale of the team to Kaiser.
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