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October 17, 1988
Orson Mobley, Denver Broncos tight end, has pleaded not guilty in Aurora Municipal Court to a charge he assaulted a Denver woman. Mobley, 25, was arraigned on the charge Friday, the day after police said the incident occurred.
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October 17, 1988
Orson Mobley, Denver Broncos tight end, has pleaded not guilty in Aurora Municipal Court to a charge he assaulted a Denver woman. Mobley, 25, was arraigned on the charge Friday, the day after police said the incident occurred.
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SPORTS
September 14, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
John Elway put his arm over Brian Bosworth's mouth Sunday. After a week of words from Bosworth, Seattle's brash rookie linebacker who vowed to hit the Denver quarterback as hard as he could every chance he got, Elway responded with one of the best games of his career. Bosworth did get his shots at Elway--two violent collisions in the first half that sent the quarterback crashing to the ground.
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September 14, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
John Elway put his arm over Brian Bosworth's mouth Sunday. After a week of words from Bosworth, Seattle's brash rookie linebacker who vowed to hit the Denver quarterback as hard as he could every chance he got, Elway responded with one of the best games of his career. Bosworth did get his shots at Elway--two violent collisions in the first half that sent the quarterback crashing to the ground.
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January 26, 1987 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
The Denver Broncos were 9 1/2-point underdogs in Super Bowl XXI despite the presence of a quarterback with blond hair, blue eyes, an unmatched right arm that can deliver a football 60 yards on the run, and a radiance like sunlight on a snowy peak.
SPORTS
January 25, 1987 | Mike Downey
"Ninety-eight yards! John Elway must take the Denver Broncos 98 yards! Time is running out here at Super Bowl XXI! The New York Giants are winning! Less than a minute remains! The Broncos have the ball on their two! Elway has to take them the length of the field! It's Cleveland all over again! "He takes the snap from center! Drops back! Looks! He's passing from out of his own end zone! Complete! Steve Watson's got it over the middle at the 12! First down, Denver! "Clock's still running!
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November 30, 1990 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Jay Schroeder cruised through another practice on his sprained left knee, leaving no doubt about the quarterback's status for Sunday's game in Denver. "If we were playing today, Jay would be the starter," Raider Coach Art Shell said. Schroeder said he felt very little discomfort. "It feels terrific," he said. "No problems at all. I did everything normal that I was going to do."
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September 28, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Doug Smith, who has been left unprotected, released, re-signed and demoted in the past few months, is back as the Rams' starting center, at least until further notice. "It feels good to be back where I feel I belong," said Smith, who lost his job to last year's left guard, Tom Newberry, but has regained it because Newberry had to move back to left guard to replace injured Bern Brostek. "I plan on just forgetting what's happened and plowing on.
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January 3, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Broncos, who have some idea of what it feels like to lose a championship football game, are offering some advice to the University of Colorado Buffaloes, who Monday lost the Orange Bowl and their claim to the national college football title. "Keep your heads up," said Broncos running back Steve Sewell. And tight end Orson Mobley said the Buffs should "keep a winning attitude. Set your goals a little higher and try to achieve them." The Buffs were ranked No.
NEWS
January 26, 1987 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
The Denver Broncos were 9 1/2-point underdogs in Super Bowl XXI despite the presence of a quarterback with blond hair, blue eyes, an unmatched right arm that can deliver a football 60 yards on the run, and a radiance like sunlight on a snowy peak.
SPORTS
January 25, 1987 | Mike Downey
"Ninety-eight yards! John Elway must take the Denver Broncos 98 yards! Time is running out here at Super Bowl XXI! The New York Giants are winning! Less than a minute remains! The Broncos have the ball on their two! Elway has to take them the length of the field! It's Cleveland all over again! "He takes the snap from center! Drops back! Looks! He's passing from out of his own end zone! Complete! Steve Watson's got it over the middle at the 12! First down, Denver! "Clock's still running!
SPORTS
November 14, 1988 | From Associated Press
The Cleveland Browns may have been seeking revenge for back-to-back losses to the Denver Broncos in the last two AFC championship games, but it was the Denver Broncos who felt they had something to prove. "The last couple of years, when we beat them in the title game, they said it was luck," Denver safety Randy Robbins said. "Today, we wanted to dominate them from front to end. We took control of this one from the start."
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November 21, 1988 | From Associated Press
Bobby Hebert has seen too many things go wrong to feel secure, but he knows a sure thing when he sees it. Hebert passed for 3 touchdowns Sunday and the Saints, involved in their first blowout of the season, routed the Denver Broncos, 42-0. "When we scored to make it 42, we said, 'Whoa. We're going to win this one,' " Hebert said. "We've been in so many fourth-quarter dogfights, nobody could relax. We were intense. They were intense. The coaches were intense. Nobody was relaxing."
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