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Paul Klee

Denver Sports Columnist

Paul covers the Broncos and Rockies, with an eye on the Nuggets, Avalanche and other Denver-area topics.

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Klee: Super Bowl champion Broncos embody the best in sports

By: PAUL KLEE The Gazette

SAN FRANCISCO - The question always was whether they would come back.

Not just Peyton Manning, though No. 18 lives at the forefront, at least for another few days. All of them. Would the quarterback return,...

Klee: Behold your horses, Colorado! Broncos' Super Bowl title a reflection of state

By: PAUL KLEE The Gazette

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Super Crush!

"I know everyone bet against us," said Brandon Marshall.

Super D!

"I think we are the best ever," said Chris Harris Jr.

Super Man.

"I thanked...

Denver Broncos' key plays arrived early and often

By: PAUL KLEE paul.klee@gazette.com

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - The key play from Super Bowl 50 could have been Malik Jackson's defensive touchdown, one of the defense's seven sacks, even C.J. Anderson's scoring plunge.

It wasn't, though. It was way...

Super Bowl 50: Quarter by Quarter

By: Paul Klee, The Gazette

CJ Anderson runs for a 1-yard TD, the first Broncos offensive touchdown with 3:08 left. A 2-point pass play to Bennie Fowler makes it 24-10.

A Ware sack and another hit in end zone by Wolfe forces a give-up...

Klee: The Denver Broncos will win Super Bowl 50

By: Paul Klee, The Gazette

SAN FRANCISCO - To answer the big question - Will the Broncos beat the Panthers in Super Bowl 50? - I found the smartest person in the City.

"I'm Freya."

Freya is 8. Someday she will run Google or...

Three with Klee: Super Bowl edition

By: Paul Klee, The Gazette

Three things to watch for during the Super Bowl from The Gazette's Paul Klee.

Broncos vs. Panthers report card and Paul Klee's prediction for the Super Bowl

By: Paul Klee, The Gazette

Gazette columnist Paul Klee gives his Broncos report card and his prediction for Super Bowl 50.

Klee: Wade Phillips steers Broncos toward Super Bowl parade

By: PAUL KLEE paul.klee@gazette.com

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Thursday morning under a white tent, Broncos defensive mastermind Wade Phillips jumped suddenly from a folding chair. The chilled-out Texan slammed his right fist on the table, threatening to...