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BroncoBJ4MVP!!!
02-25-2007, 09:26 PM
My pic for my sig has Damien and Darrent together and then to the left just watching is Brandon and he was there when both died :(.

I dont know, I just find that kind of different:

http://i17.tinypic.com/44g3t3l.jpg

BrandonMarshall
02-25-2007, 09:27 PM
How in the world did you find that...

HoustonianBroncoFan
02-25-2007, 09:29 PM
that pic is a keeper

BroncoBJ4MVP!!!
02-25-2007, 09:29 PM
How in the world did you find that...

I'm shocked you didnt find it :eek:

#1 Marshall fan :salute:

I have tricks though.

But i found it apropriate for my sig :rockon:

stnzed
02-25-2007, 09:29 PM
Man I didn't know Marshall was there when Nash died!

evendelae
02-25-2007, 09:35 PM
creepy...in a not bad way.

Chidoze
02-25-2007, 09:40 PM
My pic for my sig has Damien and Darrent together and then to the left just watching is Brandon and he was there when both died :(.

I dont know, I just find that kind of different:

http://i17.tinypic.com/44g3t3l.jpg

Marshall was present when Nash died too? :jawdrop:

Bronx84
02-25-2007, 09:41 PM
You got that off the CBS website, off of one of there videos lol, nice job finding it.

BroncoBJ4MVP!!!
02-25-2007, 09:42 PM
You got that off the CBS website, off of one of there videos lol, nice job finding it.

LOL^^
good stuff.
way to investigate :salute:

Chidoze
02-25-2007, 09:44 PM
LOL^^
good stuff.
way to investigate :salute:

Not much to investigate.

It has the CBS eye and a 4 in the lower right corner. lol :laugh:

evendelae
02-25-2007, 09:45 PM
Marshall was present when Nash died too? :jawdrop:
I don't think he was there at the actual death, nor was he with Darrent. He just saw him immediately prior, which he's managed to do twice in the past two months. I hope he's ok...

http://www.denverpost.com/sports/ci_5299448


2nd death shocks Broncos
Damien Nash had just hosted a charity basketball game in St. Louis
By Bill Williamson
Denver Post Staff Writer
Article Launched: 02/25/2007 12:52:04 AM MST


Damien Nash with teammates in 2004 (L.G. Patterson / AP)Tragedy struck the Broncos for the second time in less than two months Saturday when backup running back Damien Nash died after a charity basketball game he was hosting in St. Louis.

Nash was 24. Officials at Christian Hospital said Nash was pronounced dead at the hospital at 6:41 p.m. local time. The St. Louis coroner's office confirmed the death but said it had no further details. Several Broncos members said they had heard that initial indications were Nash suffered an apparent heart attack.

"Unbelievable," said associate head coach Steve Watson, who is in Indianapolis with other team officials at the NFL Combine. "Total incomprehension."

Nash was hosting the game Saturday at Riverview Gardens High School

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to benefit the Darris Nash Find a Heart Foundation, a charity that raises funds for heart transplant research. Damien Nash founded the charity in January in honor of his older brother, Darris, who has had a heart transplant.
A Broncos official said Nash didn't have any history of heart problems that the team was aware of.

"He was so excited about this weekend," Nash's agent, David Canter, said.

Canter, who met with Broncos officials at a downtown Indianapolis hotel for two hours Saturday, said funeral arrangements are pending. Canter said Nash was married and had a 7-month-old daughter.

"What I remember most is that he had a picture of his wife and baby in his locker," Broncos director of player personnel Jim Goodman said. "That was important to him."

Signed as a free agent in August, Nash played in three games for the Broncos last season and finished with 18 carries for 66 yards. He was a rookie in 2005 with Tennessee, which drafted him in the fifth round. He played in three games for the Titans.

"The Denver Broncos organization is once again struck with profound sadness over the tragic loss of one of our players," Broncos owner Pat Bowlen said in a statement.

Damien Nash (29) played in three games last season for the Broncos, gaining 66 yards on 18 carries. (Getty Images / Doug Pensinger)"This is a tremendous tragedy, and our hearts go out to the entire Nash family."
Nash's death stunned the Broncos' contingent in Indianapolis. Team officials received the news while interviewing potential draft picks. Many team members simply shook their head in disbelief.

The death was another emotional blow to the organization. Popular right cornerback Darrent Williams, also 24, was shot and killed Jan. 1 while riding in a limousine after leaving a nightclub in Denver, just hours after the Broncos' season ended. Police have not made any arrests in that case.

"The Broncos family has suffered a great loss with the passing of Damien Nash," coach Mike Shanahan said in a statement. "I am stunned and deeply saddened by this tragedy and send my deepest condolences to Damien's family."

Denver strength and conditioning coach Rich Tuten said he received a call from receiver Brandon Marshall, who was with Nash at the charity event. Marshall also was at the Denver nightclub with Williams shortly before he was killed.

"I told Brandon this is a time for everyone to be strong for Damien's family," Tuten said. "He was a great kid."

Sean Coffey, a former receiver at the University of Missouri, Nash's old school, was at the charity event with Nash.

"Everything was normal. ... We were playing around at the game. ... He was fine," Coffey told the St. Louis Post- Dispatch. "I give my best to his family. This is crazy. I can't believe this is happening. It was the first time I had seen him in a couple of years. I can't believe he's gone. I'm so happy I got to see him one last time."

Tuten said Nash was at Dove Valley twice last week working out. Running backs coach Bobby Turner said he talked to Nash on Thursday.

"I'm trying to figure everything out," said Turner, shaking his head as he was on his way to try to reach other Broncos running backs.

A native of St. Louis, Nash played two years at Missouri (2003 and '04) before declaring for the draft after his junior season. He signed with the Tigers out of high school but went to Coffeyville Community College in Kansas, playing there one season after hurting his knee in the opener his freshman year. Nash went to Riverview Gardens High School for three years before transferring his senior season to East St. Louis High in Illinois.

Damien Nash
The second-year pro died Saturday after hosting a charity basketball game in St. Louis. A look at his football career:

* Played in six NFL games, three with Denver in 2006 and three with Tennessee in 2005.

* NFL career totals 98 yards on 24 carries; also had 51 yards receiving.

* Drafted by Tennessee in fifth round out of Missouri; declared for NFL after his junior season.

* Played two seasons at Missouri after one season at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College.

* Born in St. Louis (April 14, 1982) and played quarterback at Riverview Gardens and East St. Louis (Ill.) high schools. Won state 5A title at Riverview Gardens.

BroncoBJ4MVP!!!
02-25-2007, 09:46 PM
Not much to investigate.

It has the CBS eye and a 4 in the lower right corner. lol :laugh:

Yea i know^
sarcasm :laugh:

But some people who dont watch those vids wont know what it is.

I watch every one and found that very interesting

as for Bmarsh being there. I heard he was and there was a thread about it :eek: but now i cant find that thread so maybe it wa sa rumor and got delted?? idk!

Chidoze
02-25-2007, 09:47 PM
Yea i know^
sarcasm :laugh:

But some people who dont watch those vids wont know what it is.

I watch every one and found that very interesting

as for Bmarsh being there. I heard he was and there was a thread about it :eek: but now i cant find that thread so maybe it wa sa rumor and got delted?? idk!

Well, it's cool none the less. Good find! :thumb:

BroncoBJ4MVP!!!
02-25-2007, 09:49 PM
Well, it's cool none the less. Good find! :thumb:

Thanks :salute:

I thought it was neat when i saw it.

At first i saw just Nash and Damien then i saw Brandon and thought it was really wierd.

JWinn
02-25-2007, 11:06 PM
http://blogs.columbiatribune.com/football/2007/02/nash_hoops_it_up_for_charity.html




Found this while looking for info for another thread. Looks like Tatum & Quincy might have been there also.

BroncoBJ4MVP!!!
02-25-2007, 11:11 PM
http://blogs.columbiatribune.com/football/2007/02/nash_hoops_it_up_for_charity.html




Found this while looking for info for another thread. Looks like Tatum & Quincy might have been there also.

Thanks for that :salute:
Thats interesting.
An article before the charity event.

Man so crazy.

This reminds me of something I would see in a movie or something.

evendelae
02-25-2007, 11:17 PM
http://blogs.columbiatribune.com/football/2007/02/nash_hoops_it_up_for_charity.html




Found this while looking for info for another thread. Looks like Tatum & Quincy might have been there also.
Jesus, Tatum is having pretty much the worst year ever.

Chidoze
02-25-2007, 11:30 PM
http://blogs.columbiatribune.com/football/2007/02/nash_hoops_it_up_for_charity.html




Found this while looking for info for another thread. Looks like Tatum & Quincy might have been there also.

Wow. That's just unfortunate for everyone.

Sad. :(