Monthly Archives: January 2017

Vance Joseph plans to have an up-tempo, attacking offense — ProFootballTalk

Broncos head coach Vance Joseph, who got the job due to his work as a defensive coach, knows that he’ll need to get more out of his new team’s offense. Appearing on Wednesday’s PFT Live, Joseph explained his plans for doing that. “I want our offense to be able to score points,” Joseph said. “I want us…

via Vance Joseph plans to have an up-tempo, attacking offense — ProFootballTalk

Emmanuel Sanders becomes fifth Broncos player named to the Pro Bowl; Salary cap room update — The Denver Post

There will be plenty of representation from the Denver Broncos in Orlando later this month. Receiver Emmanuel Sanders became the fifth Broncos player, and first offensive player, to be named to the Pro Bowl Wednesday. Sanders will replace Oakland Raiders receiver Amari Cooper, who will not participate. Sanders, who is making his second Pro Bowl…

via Emmanuel Sanders becomes fifth Broncos player named to the Pro Bowl; Salary cap room update — The Denver Post

Broncos WR Sanders Named To 2017 Pro Bowl — CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was named to the 2017 Pro Bowl. Sanders replaces Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper, who is unable to participate due to an injury. This is Sanders’ second Pro Bowl since being signed by Denver as an unrestricted free agent in 2014. He will join cornerback…

via Broncos WR Sanders Named To 2017 Pro Bowl — CBS Denver

Walker Denied Again As Three Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame — CBS Denver

NEW YORK (AP) — Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez were elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday, earning the honor as Trevor Hoffman and Vladimir Guerrero fell just short. Steroids-tainted stars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were passed over for the fifth straight year by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. But…

via Walker Denied Again As Three Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame — CBS Denver

Matt Nieto fits in nicely with the Colorado Avalanche — The Denver Post

Avalanche newcomer Matt Nieto, a Jan. 5 waiver-wire pickup from the San Jose Sharks, is a solid bet to survive the team’s likely roster overhaul. Only four games into his time with the downtrodden Avs, the southern California native scored a gritty goal Tuesday and is on a two-game points streak. Playoff-bound San Jose (54…

via Matt Nieto fits in nicely with the Colorado Avalanche — The Denver Post

High-scoring or not, Nikola Jokic emphasizes Nuggets — The Denver Post

LOS ANGELES—Nikola Jokic took the court at the Staples Center on Tuesday night fresh off his career-high 30-point effort the night before against Orlando. The point total, combined with his 11 rebounds, five assists and three steals against the Magic, made Jokic one of only seven players to put up those numbers in a single…

via High-scoring or not, Nikola Jokic emphasizes Nuggets — The Denver Post

Any chance Philip Rivers ends up in Denver? — Mile High Report – All Posts

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Unlikely. But the guys at The Afternoon Drive discuss what that kind of veteran quarterback could – or could not – mean for the Denver Broncos. Now that the coaching staff is falling into place for the Denver Broncos, The Afternoon Drive discussed how the team is likely to fall into place for the 2017…

via Any chance Philip Rivers ends up in Denver? — Mile High Report – All Posts

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