Kaiser takes stand in sale trial

Former Denver Broncos owner Edgar Kaiser took the stand Tuesday in the trial of his suit against current owner Pat Bowlen. Read about Kaiser's accusations in today's news reports.

Kaiser says he was misled on Broncos - Denver Post - Kris Hudson
Wednesday, February 04, 2004 - Lawyers for Broncos owner Pat Bowlen began cross-examining Edgar Kaiser on Tuesday, depicting him as an opportunist who sold his interest in the team 20 years ago because he was in financial distress.

Kaiser testifies he was 'injured by deceit, fraud' - Rocky Mountain News - John Accola,
February 4, 2004 - Former Denver Broncos owner Edgar Kaiser spent 4 1/2 hours on the witness stand Tuesday, much of it testifying about his stewardship of the team and how he later butted heads with current team owner Pat Bowlen. Although the NFL franchise lost money in 1981 and 1982 in his first two years as owner, his third and final year before selling to Bowlen produced a $6 million profit, Kaiser said.

Players Past and Present Share Elway Memories - DenverBroncos.com - James Merilatt
Tuesday, February 3, 2004 - When the announcement came on Saturday that John Elway would be a part of the 2004 induction class at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, it marked the culmination of an astonishing career. For 16 seasons, Elway dazzled fans, amazed teammates, bewildered opponents and, most importantly, directed the Denver Broncos to 148 victories -- many via dramatic, late-game heroics. He led the franchise to six AFC title games, five Super Bowl appearances and two world championships -- lifting the organization to an elite status amongst pro sports franchises.

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