Football news for Denver a judge has settled a years-long legal dispute where a Canadian holding company claimed they had the right of first refusal on a sale of the Denver Broncos, nullifying their rights to the team and opening up the Broncos to what may be the priciest sale in history. The Broncos have been valued at $3.8 billion, and the owners — the children and sibling of deceased owner Pat Bowlen — are now free to hit the market without fear that a random holding company can pull the rug out from under a buyer at the last moment. Now this goes from an extremely messy sale to merely a very messy sale, as Bowlen died without choosing a successor, and his seven kids each own 11 percent of the Broncos, and they’re reportedly not in agreement over what to do with Denver.
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