From Comcast SportsNetHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- The young man whose claims of abuse began the criminal investigation that put Jerry Sandusky in prison says he contemplated suicide because authorities took so long to prosecute the former Penn State assistant football coach.Aaron Fisher is speaking out publicly by name for the first time. He tells ABC in an interview airing Friday that the Pennsylvania attorney general's office had told him it needed more victims before Sandusky would be charged.Fisher says the long delay made him increasingly desperate. He says he thought "maybe it would be easier to take myself out of the equation."Fisher was known as Victim 1. He testified at Sandusky's trial. Sandusky was sentenced last week to at least 30 years in prison for molesting Fisher and nine other boys.
Mike Felger and Troy Brown break down the New England Patriots defense.
DENVER - The Denver Broncos ruined Brock Osweiler's homecoming Monday night, incessantly hurrying, hitting and harassing their former teammate in a 27-9 win over his Houston Texans.
Coach Gary Kubiak returned to the sideline following his second health scare in three years, and he liked what he saw as the Broncos (5-2) snapped a two-game skid in sending the overwhelmed Texans home at 4-3.