Broncos Announcer Heading to Vikings

Alan Roach pic
Alan Roach

Owen Sinclair has a background in data entry and clerical work, and formerly served as the bookkeeper of Sousa Mendes Foundation. In his leisure time, Owen Sinclair enjoys following the NFL and is a fan of the Minnesota Vikings.

After 16 seasons, Denver Broncos public address announcer Alan Roach has announced he is leaving the team to take the same position with the Minnesota Vikings.

Posting recently on his blog, Roach says he has been a Viking fan since childhood. He went on to say that he feels like the chance to announce Vikings games is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that he simply couldn’t pass up. His voice will now be heard during Minnesota’s home games at U.S. Bank Stadium.

In responding to fans on Twitter, Roach says he will continue to maintain a home in the Denver area, as well as provide his services announcing Colorado Rapids and Colorado Avalanche games.


The Vikings Draft Laquon Treadwell in 2016 NFL Draft

Laquon Treadwell pic
Laquon Treadwell

A resident of New York, Owen Sinclair possesses a background in bookkeeping, formerly serving as the bookkeeper of Sousa Mendes Foundation. Owen Sinclair, in his spare time, enjoys following sports. Among his favorite teams is the Minnesota Vikings.

Wide receiver Laquon Treadwell will join the Minnesota Vikings during the 2016-2017 season. He was selected in the first round by the franchise, which had the 23rd pick in the National Football League (NFL) Draft. The decision was prompted by Coach Mike Zimmer, who expressed in an interview with Fox Sports that the team was in need of a wide receiver who not only would be hard to defend because of his size, but also had a large catching radius. He is expected to be a good pairing with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Treadwell played for the University of Mississippi and holds the title of all-time leading receiver with 202 career catches. In his final college game, the Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma State, he caught three touchdowns, an achievement that encouraged him to skip his senior year and go straight into the draft.