Monthly Archives: January 2017

Greg Holland to sign with Rockies to help bolster bullpen, according to report — The Denver Post

The Rockies made another move to bolster their bullpen Wednesday, former Kansas City Royals reliever Greg Holland to sign a one-year deal, according to a report by Yahoo! Sports. The deal, which is pending a physical, includes a vesting option for a second season, according to the report. The Rockies did not immediately confirm the…

via Greg Holland to sign with Rockies to help bolster bullpen, according to report — The Denver Post

AP’s Arnie Stapleton could see the Broncos kicking the tires on a veteran QB — Mile High Sports

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Although Trevor Siemian was recently voted a Pro Bowl alternate, the Denver Broncos’ quarterback situation has been a hot topic. Associated Press columnist Arnie Stapleton joined Renaud Notaro and Dan Jacobs of The Final Verdict on Mile High Sports Radio to discuss whether or not the Broncos will go after a veteran quarterback this offseason.…

via AP’s Arnie Stapleton could see the Broncos kicking the tires on a veteran QB — Mile High Sports

Broncos sign DL Shelby Harris to reserve/future contract — The Denver Post

The Broncos signed defensive lineman Shelby Harris to a reserve/future contract, according to a league source. Harris, who most recently competed on the Cowboys’ practice squad, was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the seventh round (No. 235) of the 2014 draft from Illinois State. Harris, a 6-foot-2, 290-pound Milwaukee native, spent most of his…

via Broncos sign DL Shelby Harris to reserve/future contract — The Denver Post

Kiszla: If Nuggets center Nikola Jokic isn’t voted to NBA All-Star Game, the election was rigged — The Denver Post

The eureka moment was when Nikola Jokic snatched a rebound with one hand, dribbled from under his own basket to past the halfcourt stripe and fed teammate Danilo Gallinari for a dunk during the Nuggets’ 103-93 victory against the Utah Jazz. I can see clearly now: There was only one all-star center playing in this…

via Kiszla: If Nuggets center Nikola Jokic isn’t voted to NBA All-Star Game, the election was rigged — The Denver Post

Schlereth: Broncos Siemian a long way from being legit Pro Bowl QB — KKFN

If not for a postseason surgical procedure to repair his injured non-throwing shoulder, Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian would have been among those participating in this weekend’s Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Siemian reportedly had to pass on being an alternate for the game, according to 9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis, while he rehabs from…

via Schlereth: Broncos Siemian a long way from being legit Pro Bowl QB — KKFN

Klis: Broncos could go after McCaffrey … in the second round — KKFN

Roughly since local star-turned-Stanford standout Christian McCaffrey declared for the NFL in early December, Denver Broncos fans have clamored for the club to select the hometown hero in the 2017 NFL Draft. McCaffrey could “change this offense and make an immediate impact,” said Brandon Stokley, co-host of “C.J. and Stokley,” on Tuesday. And 9News Broncos…

via Klis: Broncos could go after McCaffrey … in the second round — KKFN

Horse Tracks: There is more to the NFL Draft than Christian McCaffrey — Mile High Report – All Posts

Two hundred and fifty-five other players will be selected in the 2017 NFL Draft, but for some reason, Broncos Country has their sights set solely on Stanford playmaker Christian McCaffrey. Good morning, Broncos Country. The Denver Broncos will have a lot of selections in the 2017 NFL Draft, but for whatever reason, some fans are…

via Horse Tracks: There is more to the NFL Draft than Christian McCaffrey — Mile High Report – All Posts

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