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Encyclopedia > Marco Coleman

A fourteen year veteran who now plays for the Denver Broncos. Was drafted by Miami as a first round pick. 12th overall. Has been to one Pro Bowl. Went to Georgia Tech. City Denver, Colorado Other nicknames {{{nicknames}}} Team colors Broncos Navy Blue, Orange, and White Head Coach Mike Shanahan Owner Pat Bowlen Fight song {{{song}}} Mascot Miles Local radio Flagship stations: KOA (850 AM)-English and KBNO (1280 AM)-Spanish Announcers: David Diaz-Infante and Dave Logan-English; Luke Sandoval and...


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James Coleman, James Coleman Art (477 words)
James Coleman was born in Hollywood, California in 1949.
Coleman is a naturalist and environmentalist who involves himself with the National Parks and other environmental organizations.
The contribution made by Coleman to the world of art over the last twenty-six years, both in film and fine art, make him one of the most collected artists in contemporary art.
DenverBroncos.com – Official Web Site of the Denver Broncos (2298 words)
Coleman added two tackles and half a sack at K.C. (12/19) with he and defensive tackle Mario Fatafehi combining to bring down quarterback Trent Green for a loss of five yards in the second quarter.
Coleman recorded at least a half-sack in each of the first six games and was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week after an 11-tackle, three-sack game vs. T.B. Those three sacks tied his single-game career-high set Oct. 25, 1992, vs. Indianapolis, and his 11 tackles were a season-high.
Coleman was named second-team All-American by The Sporting News and was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Week after a 12-tackle, five-sack performance vs. Maryland.
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