Monthly Archives: January 2017

Broncos fans start #KeepWade to keep Wade Phillips with Broncos — FOX31 Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Following the hire of Vance Joseph as head coach on Wednesday, Broncos fans took to social media to let the team know that they want defensive coordinator Wade Phillips to stay. Fans took to social media with the hashtag #KeepWade to get their message across to the team and general manager John Elway.…

via Broncos fans start #KeepWade to keep Wade Phillips with Broncos — FOX31 Denver

Vance Joseph Gives the Broncos Everything They Need for a New Era in Denver — Bleacher Report – Front Page

Ultimately, there’s only one measuring stick for a successful head coaching hire: wins. And to get more of them, a team needs the right fit for its current situation. The Denver Broncos’ situation was unique among teams that recently entered the often murky coach-searching waters. They’re only one year removed from a championship season, and…

via Vance Joseph Gives the Broncos Everything They Need for a New Era in Denver — Bleacher Report – Front Page

Avalanche asking a lot in return for captain Gabriel Landeskog — Mile High Sports

Thanks to their recent struggles, trade rumors have begun to surround Colorado Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog. Even if they are willing to move their captain, it isn’t like the Avs will just give him away. During Tuesday’s edition of “Insider Trading” on TSN, the panel tackled the topic of Landeskog. During the discussion, Darren Dreger outlined the…

via Avalanche asking a lot in return for captain Gabriel Landeskog — Mile High Sports

Rockies Mailbag: Where does prospect Brendan Rodgers fit in team’s long-term plans? — The Denver Post

Denver Post sports writer Patrick Saunders posts his Rockies Mailbag every other week on Tuesdays during the season. Pose a Rockies – or MLB – related question for the Rockies Mailbag. Brendan Rodgers is already a top 10 prospect in the game and has had success so far in the minors. With how solid we…

via Rockies Mailbag: Where does prospect Brendan Rodgers fit in team’s long-term plans? — The Denver Post

Bradley Roby: Fans can relax about possibly losing Wade Phillips — Mile High Sports

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The news of the day on Wednesday was, of course, the hiring of Vance Joseph as the 16th head coach in Denver Broncos history. The buzz of the day, however, surrounded the future of beloved Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips. Broncos Country has been boiling over since the news of Joseph’s hiring, as reports have suggested…

via Bradley Roby: Fans can relax about possibly losing Wade Phillips — Mile High Sports

Overlooked players who could star in the NFL playoffs — The Denver Post

By Howard Fendrich, AP Pro Football Writer When Seattle Seahawks receiver Paul Richardson made a miraculous, one-handed touchdown catch in his team’s playoff opener, then followed it up with another acrobatic grab , plenty of folks watching the game on TV had one simple question: “Who is that guy?” Happens every season. Related ArticlesJanuary 11,…

via Overlooked players who could star in the NFL playoffs — The Denver Post

Semyon Varlamov will be back in the Avalanche net against Anaheim — The Denver Post

The Avalanche reconvened for a late afternoon Wednesday practice after four complete days off, thanks to a “bye” period each NHL team gets for the first time this season. After practice, goalie Semyon Varlamov said he was good to go after his latest bout with groin muscle issues and coach Jared Bednar confirmed the veteran…

via Semyon Varlamov will be back in the Avalanche net against Anaheim — The Denver Post

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