Ex-Bronco star closes Grand Junction restaurant

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Employees say they are still waiting to be paid after former Denver Bronco Vance Johnson abruptly closed a restaurant in Grand Junction.

A noted was posted on Vance's Epicurious telling employees they no longer had jobs.

According to KJCT-TV, Johnson hasn't returned employee's phone calls, and the note at the restaurant did not offer an explanation.

Johnson was one of the Bronco's so-called three amigos, who got their nicknames from former quarterback John Elway for their teamwork. The three amigos played together from 1987 to 1992.

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