Monthly Archives: September 2016

Emmanuel Sanders agrees to three-year contract extension with Broncos — The Denver Post

The Broncos and receiver Emmanuel Sanders reached an agreement on a three-year contract extension, general manager John Elway announced Wednesday. Excited to announce we’ve agreed to a 3-year extension with WR Emmanuel Sanders. He plays with intensity & we love the way he competes! — John Elway (@johnelway) September 7, 2016

via Emmanuel Sanders agrees to three-year contract extension with Broncos — The Denver Post

Colorado Rockies Update: Charlie Blackmon to Return Tonight? — Rox Pile

Will Charlie Blackmon be back in the starting lineup for the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night? Colorado manager Walt Weiss seemed to indicate that it was a possibility prior to Tuesday’s loss to the San Francisco Giants. After missing Tuesday night’s game, Blackmon has now been out of the Rockies starting lineup for four consecutive…

via Colorado Rockies Update: Charlie Blackmon to Return Tonight? — Rox Pile

NFL Picks Week 1: Panthers Out For Revenge, And They’ll Get It — CBS Denver

Bryan Altman There’s no denying it folks: football season is upon us. And boy have we earned it after surviving yet another lengthy, minutiae-filled NFL offseason where basically nothing matters but everything somehow manages to dominate the daily sports news cycle. Anyway, since I’ll be right along side you trying to break down these games…

via NFL Picks Week 1: Panthers Out For Revenge, And They’ll Get It — CBS Denver

Broncos rule Bennie Fowler out for season opener — ProFootballTalk

The Broncos have turned in their first injury report of the 2016 regular season and it brings bad news about wide receiver Bennie Fowler’s status for Thursday night’s game against the Panthers. Fowler has been ruled out for the contest after missing practice all this week. Fowler suffered a small fracture in his elbow during…

via Broncos rule Bennie Fowler out for season opener — ProFootballTalk

Trent Brown earns praise from Super Bowl MVP Von Miller — Niners Wire

49ers right tackle Trent Brown has seen quite the ascension since his unexpected entry into last season’s starting lineup. At 6-foot-8 and 355 pounds, the 2015 seventh-round pick replaced Erik Pears Week 14 and the upgrade was immediately apparent. During the offseason, Brown struggled with new head coach Chip Kelly’s practice pace, but he seemed to enter training camp […]

via Trent Brown earns praise from Super Bowl MVP Von Miller — Niners Wire

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