Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Broncos have three things the Texans can’t offer Tony Romo — Mile High Sports

To Denver, or not to Denver? That is the question for Tony Romo. Reports are the Dallas Cowboys are releasing Tony Romo and allowing him a chance to choose his place to land. Those same reports speculate that Romo is choosing between two primary suitors: The Houston Texans and the Denver Broncos. The Broncos have already…

via The Broncos have three things the Texans can’t offer Tony Romo — Mile High Sports

Free Agent Tony Romo Worth the Risk? Teams Weigh Playoff Upside, Injury Downside — Bleacher Report – Front Page

Every team that needs a quarterback has studied Tony Romo, both during the season and recently. They knew the day of Romo’s release was coming, so they waited…and waited…and waited. They watched film, and the film don’t fib. They saw a capable, talented player who can lead a franchise. In recent years, he’s…

via Free Agent Tony Romo Worth the Risk? Teams Weigh Playoff Upside, Injury Downside — Bleacher Report – Front Page

The real question regarding Tony Romo: How do you like your steak? — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos will be in pursuit of quarterback Tony Romo when he is released from the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday. How does he like his steak prepared? At some point on Thursday night, we may be wishing we could be a fly on the wall at an all-important meeting between the Denver Broncos and free-agent-to-be…

via The real question regarding Tony Romo: How do you like your steak? — Predominantly Orange

Nuggets’ Juancho Hernangomez taking advantage of opportunities presented by missed time by teammates — The Denver Post

Juancho Hernangomez wears No. 41 in large part because of Dirk Nowitzki, the player he calls “the greatest from Europe, all time.” So the rookie forward for the Nuggets was among those watching with admiration Tuesday night when Nowitzki became just the sixth player in NBA history to score 30,000 career points. “He is one…

via Nuggets’ Juancho Hernangomez taking advantage of opportunities presented by missed time by teammates — The Denver Post

Rockies’ Carlos Gonzalez hopes WBC can help Venezuela rise above its troubles — The Denver Post

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Carlos Gonzalez spends his summers in Denver, not far from Coors Field. He spends his off-seasons in Orlando, Fla. The Rockies’ all-star right fielder has cashed in on his baseball talents to create a comfortable life in the United State for his wife and three children. But he remains a proud Venezuelan,…

via Rockies’ Carlos Gonzalez hopes WBC can help Venezuela rise above its troubles — The Denver Post

Colorado Avalanche: Nicolas Meloche and J.C. Beaudin Bring Missing Attributes to Team — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche recently signed Nicolas Meloche and Jean-Christophe Beaudin to entry-level contracts. Both players add some depth to parts of the roster where the Avs need it the most. On Monday, the Colorado Avalanche announced the signing of Nicolas Meloche and Jean-Christophe Beaudin to entry-level contracts. ELC signings of D Nicholas Meloche & F…

via Colorado Avalanche: Nicolas Meloche and J.C. Beaudin Bring Missing Attributes to Team — Mile High Sticking

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