Without warning, the outside door was suddenly flung open. Knowing what might happen, Brandon picked up the smallest child - one of his cousins - and fled to a bedroom.
He could hear his mother Barbara and his older brother Marcus yelling at a figure. It was his own father who was screaming and threatening them. Another younger cousin ran to a different bedroom. But Brandon’s father chased the child down when it was heard dialing for help. He slapped the phone to the floor, knocking it from the child’s hand.
From there, Barbara faced him down in the bathroom, where the adults' yelling turned to scuffling. Brandon crept to the doorway of the bathroom. He saw the furious look on his father’s face as he left the residence. It has stayed with him over the years.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Will tomorrow be the Broncos' final game in Oakland?
The Raiders are in the final year of their lease at O.co Coliseum, and on Friday, they entertained officials from San Antonio about a potential move there.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Thursday night brought another dud, as Cleveland (6-3) dealt a 24-3 drubbing to their in-state rival Bengals (5-3-1).
The Browns are now tied with Pittsburgh atop the AFCN, and have already won their most games since 2007, when they missed the playoffs at 10-6.
Cleveland outgained Cincy 368-165 and picked off Andy Dalton three times, holding him to a measly 72 net passing yards.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Montee Ball has made a limited return to practice this week, but it's unclear whether he'll play Sunday.
But even with Ronnie Hillman's struggles at New England, Montee is under no illusion that the starting gig will be handed back to him.
The NFL announced its three London matchups for the 2015 season, and thankfully, the Broncos will not be involved.
However, they may benefit from one of the games, as the Chiefs will "host" the Lions in Week 8.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! As one might have suspected, the Broncos' statistical ratings have taken something of a hit after their latest Foxboro debacle.
Again, we can take comfort in that SRS says Denver has faced the toughest schedule to date, and the slate should ease up substantially.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Indy (6-3) joined Denver and Pittsburgh in the AFC's six-win club with a 40-24 disembowelment of the Giants (3-5).
Andrew Luck threw four touchdown passes to give the Colts a 40-10 lead before the G-Men tacked on a pair of late scores.
Indy has a healthy two-game lead in the AFCS and are off next week before they host New England (who's also on bye) in an enormous Week 11 matchup.
According to the DP, Nate Irving's MRI on Monday showed a sprained MCL that may not end his season.
However, Irving's knee reportedly has significant swelling, and more tests are required.
Per Mike Klis, Denver plans to start either Lamin Barrow or Steven Johnson in his place.