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July 25, 2011

STATEMENTS FROM DENVER BRONCOS HEAD COACH JOHN FOX AND GENERAL MANAGER BRIAN XANDERS

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos Head Coach John Fox and General Manager Brian Xanders released the following statements on Monday regarding the National Football League’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement:
 
DENVER BRONCOS HEAD COACH JOHN FOX:

“This is a great day for everyone involved with the National Football League—first and foremost our fans. Our coaching staff is comprised of a great group of teachers who are eager to begin working with our players. All of us are looking forward to building relationships with our players and making the Broncos a better team.

“Our preparation has been well thought out, and we are ready for training camp and the 2011 season.”
 
DENVER BRONCOS GENERAL MANAGER BRIAN XANDERS:

“We are excited and ready for the start of the league year and free agency. Our pro and college personnel staffs have put in an enormous amount of preparation over the last 12 months.

“This process is very important for the success of the Broncos this season and beyond. We are fully prepared and ready to go.”


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