BRON­COS TICK­ETS GO ON SALE NEXT WEEK; AVAIL­ABIL­ITY LIM­ITED

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Tick­ets for in­di­vid­ual Bron­cos home games for the 2017 sea­son go on sale Wed­nes­day start­ing at 2 p.m.

Ac­cord­ing to the Bron­cos, avail­abil­ity will be sparse. They have sold out 365 con­sec­u­tive reg­u­lar-sea­son home games dat­ing to 1970, but fans can pur­chase a lim­ited quan­tity (mostly sin­gle seats).

Full-price and half-price tick­ets (2,000 half-price tick­ets are made avail­able per game) can be pur­chased on­line at Tick­et­mas­ter.com. There is a limit of four tick­ets per house­hold per game — and half-price tick­ets can’t be pur­chased for mul­ti­ple games.

Sin­gle-game ticket prices start at $16.50.

Simp­son still wel­come in Canton.

O.J. Simp­son will re­main an an­nual in­vi­tee to the Pro Foot­ball Hall of Fame en­shrine­ment cer­e­mony af­ter his re­lease from a Ne­vada prison.

Con­tacted on Fri­day about the pos­si­bil­ity of Simp­son at­tend­ing the yearly event in Canton, Ohio, Hall of Fame of­fi­cials said, “All Hall of Famers are in­vited to at­tend the an­nual en­shrine­ment.’’

Guzan shuts out Or­lando City.

FLA.» U.S. na­tional team OR­LANDO, goal­keeper Brad Guzan had a shutout in his re­turn to Ma­jor League Soc­cer, Hec­tor Vil­lalba scored in the 86th minute and At­lanta United beat Or­lando City 1-0 in their first meet­ing.

Law­suit says Oher as­saulted driver.

TENN.» NFL of­fen­sive line­man NASHVILLE, Michael Oher, who faces mis­de­meanor charges of as­sault­ing an Uber driver, has been sued in con­nec­tion with the in­ci­dent.

Girma Berkessa said in the com­plaint an “ex­tremely in­tox­i­cated” Oher pushed him to the ground, kicked him and called him a ho­mo­pho­bic slur sev­eral times April 14. The com­plaint said Oher “acted ma­li­ciously, in­ten­tion­ally, will­fully, wan­tonly, reck­lessly and/or neg­li­gently.”

• Cincin­nati Ben­gals cor­ner­back Adam Jones has been sus­pended for the 2017 sea­son opener for vi­o­lat­ing the NFL’s per­sonal con­duct pol­icy.

• The Ari­zona Car­di­nals put start­ing line­backer Deone Bu­can­non on the phys­i­cally un­able to per­form list.

Red Wings sign winger Tatar.

The Detroit Red Wings agreed to terms with winger To­mas Tatar on a $21.2 mil­lion, four-year con­tract.

The 26-year-old Czech Repub­lic na­tive led Detroit with 25 goals last sea­son and also had 21 as­sists. He has 20-plus goals in each of the past three sea­sons, in­clud­ing a ca­reer-high 29 in 2014-15. In 345 NHL games, he has 99 goals and 95 as­sists.

World No. 1 horse is rac­ing again.

Ar­ro­gate is re­turn­ing to rac­ing af­ter a nearly four-month lay­off with a bull’s-eye on his back.

The 4-year-old colt, ranked as the world’s No. 1 horse, brings a sev­en­race win­ning streak into the San Diego Hand­i­cap on Satur­day at Del Mar. He won the $6 mil­lion Breed­ers’ Cup Clas­sic last year, the $12 mil­lion Pe­ga­sus World Cup in Jan­uary and the $10 mil­lion Dubai World Cup in his last start on March 25.

His ca­reer earn­ings of $17,084,600 are a North Amer­i­can record.

Is­ner in Hall of Fame semi­fi­nals.

R.I.» Top-seeded John Is­ner NEW­PORT, beat fel­low Amer­i­can Den­nis Novikov 6-4, 6-4 to reach the Hall of Fame Ten­nis Cham­pi­onships semi­fi­nals.

The hard-serv­ing Is­ner had 20 aces and didn’t face a break point.

• Lo­cal wild card Ivan Dodig up­set top-seeded David Gof­fin 7-5, 6-3 to reach the Croatia Open semi­fi­nals.

Bolt wins Di­a­mond League fi­nale.

In the last Di­a­mond League race of his glit­ter­ing ca­reer, Usain Bolt held on to win the 100 meters at the Her­culis track meet.

The eight-time Olympic cham­pion used his famed fin­ish to win in 9.95 sec­onds.

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