Of course, the Palm has pictures of Brownstein and his wife on the wall, too.
Bowlen spokesman Porter Wharton, who led the lobbying charge at the legislature, says Bowlen's financial history isn't "relevant" to the issue of a new stadium, even though he's the one who stands to benefit from the taxpayers' $180 million investment. According to an official statement released by the Broncos, "If he sold the team tomorrow, we would still have to face the new stadium issue."
Why? So we can gather in a shiny new arena and mourn the team's departure?
Up against the wall, Denver.