After yesterday’s news regarding Chad Kelly and the misinformation spread by TMZ and local radio hosts about a Halloween Party hosted by Max Garcia Color Rush Jersey Von Miller, a swarm of negativity regarding the players and the organization has made its way through social media and comments of Mile High Report. Most certainly, it was an emotionally-fueled 24 hours for Broncos Country, with knee-jerk reactions on those two situations proliferating every news crevasse possible. With that in mind, I thought it would be nice to share a little bit of positive news about the Denver Broncos and its players. This will be a short and sweet read.Recently, Chris Harris Jr. and his foundation (The Chris Harris Jr. Foundation) donated three hundred coats to those in need, as well as a monetary contribution of nearly $10,000 to the Denver’s Children Home. It’s the second year in a row and second time this year the Broncos’ start cornerback has hosted his Coats for a Cause event. Additionally Bradley Chubb Jersey , Su’a Cravens and a handful of other teammates helped provide nearly 4,000 pounds of food for The Food Bank of the Rockies yesterday. So for all of those screaming about how irresponsible the team’s players are for having a little bit of Halloween fun, just remember that those same individuals just embarked on a gracious tour of charity out of the goodness of their hearts.While most of the news reported about the team discusses trades, who is on the hot seat and what players are or aren’t performing, the Broncos organization (top to bottom) — as well as those across the National Football League — usually fly under the radar when it comes to charitable donations and bettering their community. We should be thankful and celebrate what they all do to empower and better the lives of others. These sort of endeavors happen on a routine basis, but rarely, you don’t hear a peep about them. Instead, some would rather listen to Darren McKee talk about how the Broncos were a “once proud organization” and everyone should be “embarrassed” about adults having a little bit of festive Halloween entertainment. Give me a break.The Denver Broncos are still a first-class organization and one of the most well-respected franchises in the entire world of sports. Celebrate that , embrace that. Moreover, take a look in the mirror or sit down in your favorite chair and think about what you can to do make a difference in the life of someone else today. Just like the players above. A little bit of kindness goes a long way. Be excellent to each other! As always, thank you for reading and here is today’s offering of Horse Tracks.Horse TracksBradley Chubb nominated for NFL rookie of the week award for second consecutive weekMake sure to cast your vote for the Broncos' first-round pick!Why it's hard to see an immediate solution to Denver's QB woes - Mile High HuddleIt's hard to see an immediate solution to Denver's quarterback problems.John Elway disappointed, concerned with Chad Kelly's actionsElway spoke to Orange & Blue 760 on Tuesday morning.What's next for Chad Kelly and the Broncos? | Mile High SportsAfter a Tuesday morning arrest, Mile High Sports' Ronnie Kohrt delves into what is next for the Broncos' troubled backup quarterback.John DeFilippo, Kris Richard among coaching names to watch - NFL.comWho will be the next hot coaching star in the NFL? Tom Pelissero runs down a list of some names to watch, including Vikings offensive coordinator John DeFilippo.Rankings 3.0: Top 25 prospects in 2018 college football season - NFL.comMeet Duke's Daniel Jones -- he's the only QB rising in the updated prospect rankings from Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. See who else is on the move.Vikings' Everson Griffen to resume team activities - NFL.comVikings defensive end Everson Griffen is set to resume team activities on Wednesday after missing nearly a month as he battled a serious mental-health related issue.Eric Reid grievance against Bengals denied by arbitrator - NFL.comThe NFLPA's grievance filed on behalf of Eric Reid regarding his free-agent visit to the Cincinnati Bengals has been denied by an arbitrator.Derek Carr responds to report about locker room strife - NFL.comAmid rumors of possibly being traded and internal conflict with his Oakland teammates, quarterback Derek Carr took to social media Tuesday to reaffirm his desire to play for the Raiders.Giants trade former first-round CB Eli Apple to Saints - NFL.comEli Apple is leaving the Big Apple. The often-maligned former first-round cornerback was traded from the New York Giants to the New Orleans Saints Matt Paradis Color Rush Jersey , NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos are staying in the Bowlen family after the team announced an agreement to buy back a portion of John Bowlen’s minority stake in the franchise.The brother of majority owner Pat Bowlen announced his intention late last year to sell his non-voting interest in the team. His share of the team, which Forbes magazine values at $2.6 billion, is believed to be about 33 percent.The Broncos didn’t say how much of John Bowlen’s share was bought back nor did they reveal the purchase price.They said they’re expecting approval of the transaction from the NFL ”in the next few days.””This transaction further consolidates Pat Bowlen’s majority, controlling ownership interest in the Broncos while keeping 100 percent of the team in the Bowlen family. The acquisition of this share is independent of Mr. Bowlen’s succession plan that is being administered by the Pat Bowlen Trust,” the team said in a statement.”John has been a great partner for many years, and we are very pleased he will remain a minority owner of the Denver Broncos.”Pat Bowlen and his siblings bought the team from Edgar Kaiser in 1984 for $78 million. Pat Bowlen later bought out his brother William Bowlen and sister Mary Elizabeth Jagger, making John the sole minority owner.The team was placed in a trust when Pat Bowlen stepped down in 2014 because of Alzheimer’s. The trust is overseen by three people Carlos Henderson Jersey , including team president and CEO Joe Ellis, who has final say on day-to-day operations until one of Bowlen’s seven children can succeed him as controlling owner.John Bowlen told the Denver Post last year that his intention to sell was not due to any discord with the club or the trust but was simply in his best interest financially.Notes: The Broncos signed unrestricted free agent Clinton McDonald to a two-year contract Wednesday. The ninth-year defensive lineman has appeared in 97 career games and five playoff games with Tampa Bay (2014-17), Seattle (2011-13) and Cincinnati (2010). He had five sacks in 14 games with the Buccaneers last season.—