Monthly Archives: April 2017

Rockies’ Jon Gray vows to learn from bad inning that spoiled his 2017 debut — The Denver Post

MILWAUKEE — For four scoreless innings here Monday afternoon, Jon Gray pitched like the ace he believes he is, allowing just two hits, one walk and recording seven strikeouts. His fastball reached 98 mph and his slider was cutting like a knife. He even whiffed Travis Shaw looking at a changeup. But in the fifth,…

via Rockies’ Jon Gray vows to learn from bad inning that spoiled his 2017 debut — The Denver Post

Cowboys Allowing Tony Romo To Negotiate A Trade That Will Never Happen — The Big Lead

Tony Romo is reportedly free to visit with teams in an attempt to work out a trade, according to a new report. The Dallas Cowboys having given their long-time quarterback a chance to organize his own exit from the team. Good luck convincing someone to take that contract Tony! Can confirm that Cowboys quarterback Tony…

via Cowboys Allowing Tony Romo To Negotiate A Trade That Will Never Happen — The Big Lead

Matt Paradis, Jordan Taylor, and Casey Kreiter all sign exclusive-rights tenders — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos saw all three players sign their exclusive-rights tenders on Monday. Three of the eight players who received exclusive-rights tenders from the Denver Broncos this offseason have signed. Center Matt Paradis, wide receiver Jordan Taylor, and long snapper Casey Kreiter are the players who signed on Monday. Running back Kapri Bibbs, wide receiver…

via Matt Paradis, Jordan Taylor, and Casey Kreiter all sign exclusive-rights tenders — Mile High Report – All Posts

Denver Broncos face toughest strength of schedule in entire NFL — Mile High Report – All Posts

With the finalized NFL schedule being released in a few weeks, let’s take a look at every teams strength of schedule. The Denver Broncos will not be benefiting from a third place schedule in 2017. According to CBS Sports, they will have the toughest strength of schedule to start the season. They play eight teams…

via Denver Broncos face toughest strength of schedule in entire NFL — Mile High Report – All Posts

Colorado Rockies: Did They Win or Lose the Troy Tulowitzki Trade? — Rox Pile

Just two seasons ago, the Colorado Rockies made a blockbuster deal that sent one of the best and most iconic players in franchise history to the Toronto Blue Jays. At the time, Colorado seemed to have received plenty of prospects for the future … but is that really the case? On that July day in 2015, Troy…

via Colorado Rockies: Did They Win or Lose the Troy Tulowitzki Trade? — Rox Pile

Grading the Denver Broncos’ special teams during the 2016 season — Mile High Sports

If there is a unit that best represents the type of season that the Denver Broncos had in 2016, it might be the special teams. While they were excellent in certain aspects, their struggles in other areas made it very difficult for them to win games. We see a perfect example of this even in…

via Grading the Denver Broncos’ special teams during the 2016 season — Mile High Sports

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