Monthly Archives: February 2017

Sundays without the Broncos or NFL are excruciating — Mile High Report – All Posts

Thankfully, we’re less than three weeks to the start of free agency. Good morning, Broncos Country! As I sit here and contemplate what the heck to write about, it hits me in a flash like your need to use the toilet after you eat Taco Bell. Sundays without the Denver Broncos and NFL blow. Then…

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Colorado Rockies: 3 Things You Should Know on February 19 — Rox Pile

It’s Sunday and a great time to check in on some of the latest things happening with the Colorado Rockies. A rainy day in Arizona may have kept the Rockies indoors but it didn’t keep them from preparing for the spring training opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday. Before that, however, let’s take a…

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2017 NFL Free Agency: Five players the Broncos should target — Mile High Report – All Posts

With free agency on the horizon, Mile High Report’s Christopher Hart talks a look at five players he believes the Broncos should consider signing in free agency. Under the leadership of John Elway, the Denver Broncos have been active players in the free agent market. They have had a penchant for signing some of the…

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ESPN reporter discusses the team that may be Tony Romo’s preferred landing spot — Fanbuzz

ESPN’s Ed Werder seems to be one of the most plugged in reporters throughout the Tony Romo saga, and he dropped a bit more news on where exactly everything lies as of now, as he pointed toward the Houston Texans, not Denver Broncos as a preferred landing spot. ESPN’s @Edwerderespn says Houston may be the preferred…

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Gerardo Parra reports to Rockies in good shape, vows to put disappointing 2016 behind him — The Denver Post

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Gerardo Parra took his physical Sunday morning, weighing in at 206 pounds. That’s 12 pounds lighter than his check-in weight last spring training. But pounds are not the only thing the Rockies’ veteran outfielder wanted to lose this offseason. He sought to shed the memories of his frustrating 2016 season. “I’m not…

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