Denver spending about $15m on Broncos stadium upgrades for 2013

Man, did everybody try to get in on the “least news coverage of the year” day thing or what?

When the Super Bowl committee looks at Denver as a possible host for the NFL championship game, the Broncos will have something new for the committee to consider.

About $30 million in improvements will be made to Sports Authority Field at Mile High in time for the 2013 season.

Most of the money will be allocated to updating the stadium’s video boards.

Only part of the money will be paid for by Denver, and it will come out of a previously established stadium upgrade fund, so on one level it’s public money already spent, or at least already allocated. But still, just to be on the safe side, best to announce it on pre-Christmas Friday afternoon, so nobody notices.

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