BRONCOS TICKETS GO ON SALE NEXT WEEK; AVAILABILITY LIMITED
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.