Monthly Archives: February 2017

Terrell Davis Selected For Pro Football Hall Of Fame — CBS Denver

HOUSTON (CBS4) – Former Broncos running back Terrell Davis got the call. He’ll be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August in Canton, Ohio. Announced Saturday evening, the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class includes Davis. Introducing the Class of 2017 – Welcome to Canton! #PFHOF17 pic.twitter.com/0xEuniP6QY — Pro Football HOF…

via Terrell Davis Selected For Pro Football Hall Of Fame — CBS Denver

Khalil Mack beats out Von Miller for Defensive Player of the Year by one vote — The Denver Post

HOUSTON — Von Miller will have to wait at least another year to secure The Associated Press defensive player of the year award. Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack beat the Broncos outside linebacker by one vote. Giants safety Landon Collins and Falcons outside linebacker Vic Beasley also received consideration. Mack received the majority of the…

via Khalil Mack beats out Von Miller for Defensive Player of the Year by one vote — The Denver Post

Avalanche’s rocky season recalls woeful Colorado Rockies years — The Denver Post

When I’m asked what it’s like to cover a bad NHL team, I point out that I’ve had a lot of experience at it. With the Colorado Rockies. I was young, new in the business, wide-eyed and grateful for the opportunity to be on a major-league beat. For the final five seasons of the Rockies’…

via Avalanche’s rocky season recalls woeful Colorado Rockies years — The Denver Post

Broncos, others around NFL react to Terrell Davis’ HOF election — The Denver Post

HOUSTON — Terrell Davis, the Broncos Ring of Famer and all-time leading rusher, is headed to Canton, Ohio. Davis was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2017 on Saturday after a near nine-hour debate among the Hall’s 48-person selection committee in downtown Houston. His election comes after an…

via Broncos, others around NFL react to Terrell Davis’ HOF election — The Denver Post

Jhabvala: Super Bowl LI and its QBs are reminders of what Broncos lack — The Denver Post

HOUSTON — Winter break ended in Denver as soon as the party began in Houston. This past week, new Broncos coach Vance Joseph and his staff returned to Englewood to begin draft preparation, roster evaluations and a plan for the offseason. About 1,000 miles south, the streets of downtown Houston were converted into an NFL…

via Jhabvala: Super Bowl LI and its QBs are reminders of what Broncos lack — The Denver Post

Jokic Returns, Nuggets Keep Bucks At Bay — CBS Denver

DENVER (The Sports Xchange)– Nikola Jokic returned to the lineup with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists for his first career triple-double, and the Denver Nuggets held off a Milwaukee comeback to beat the Bucks 121-117 on Friday night. Jokic had come within a pair of assists of a triple-double in two previous games…

via Jokic Returns, Nuggets Keep Bucks At Bay — CBS Denver

Avalanche podcast: “The wheels have fallen off” — The Denver Post

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The Denver Post’s Terry Frei and Mike Chambers report from practice, a day before the Colorado Avalanche hosts the Winnipeg Jets, and discuss Colorado’s nine-game losing streak, going 4-24-2 in its last 30 games. Will Jarome Iginla get traded? And is Tyson Barrie playing too many minutes? Plus Terry and Mike answer questions from fans…

via Avalanche podcast: “The wheels have fallen off” — The Denver Post

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