Monthly Archives: April 2017

Kiszla: Trevor Siemian vs. Paxton Lynch. Let the uncivil war begin in Broncos Country — The Denver Post

Let the bickering in Broncos Country begin. Are you with Trevor Siemian? Or do you roll with Paxton Lynch? This isn’t a quarterback controversy. It’s an uncivil war not seen since Tim Tebow left Denver. When new Broncos coach Vance Joseph insists it’s an open, 50-50 competition between Siemian and Lynch to be the team’s…

via Kiszla: Trevor Siemian vs. Paxton Lynch. Let the uncivil war begin in Broncos Country — The Denver Post

Kickin’ it with Kiz: Should Nuggets coach Michael Malone be on the hot seat? — The Denver Post

Coach Michael Malone’s free pass is in need of revocation. We can all agree he’s done a tremendous job with the Nuggets’ offense. But he failed to get our guys to play defense, and he’s even worse when it comes to managing player rotations. He couldn’t bring out the talent of Jusuf Nurkic, and instead…

via Kickin’ it with Kiz: Should Nuggets coach Michael Malone be on the hot seat? — The Denver Post

How the Rockies rebuilt baseball’s worst bullpen into one of the best — The Denver Post

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The renovation of a Rockies bullpen in shambles started at Greenwood Field in Asheville, N.C., a ballpark with a batter’s eye not unlike that at Coors Field, a bank of trees behind the fence in straightaway center. No fanfare or radar guns. Just Greg Holland pitching to a backstop. Darren Holmes, the Rockies’ bullpen coach,…

via How the Rockies rebuilt baseball’s worst bullpen into one of the best — The Denver Post

Paxton Lynch is out for his third and biggest NFL victory: the Broncos’ starting QB job — The Denver Post

Paxton Lynch‘s first offseason as an NFL quarterback included a brief vacation and then a month holed up in a converted 20,000-square-foot warehouse squeezed into the middle of an office complex 15 miles southwest of Deltona, Fla., his hometown. For about four weeks before the Broncos’ organized team activities (OTAs), which started this past week,…

via Paxton Lynch is out for his third and biggest NFL victory: the Broncos’ starting QB job — The Denver Post

Colorado Avalanche: Nolan Patrick Could Add Consistency — Mile High Sticking

While the Colorado Avalanche aren’t guaranteed the first-overall pick in the 2017 NHL draft, they will likely pick center Nolan Patrick if they win it. As the team that finished with the fewest points in the NHL (48), the Colorado Avalanche has the best chance of winning the first-overall draft pick at this year’s lottery.…

via Colorado Avalanche: Nolan Patrick Could Add Consistency — Mile High Sticking

Rockies’ Gray May Be Out A Month Or Longer With Foot Injury — CBS Denver

DENVER (The Sports Xchange) – The Colorado Rockies put starting pitcher Jon Gray on disabled list Friday with a broken navicular bone in the middle of his left foot, and manager Bud Black said he expects Gray to be out for more than a month. Gray was forced to leave Thursday’s game against San Francisco…

via Rockies’ Gray May Be Out A Month Or Longer With Foot Injury — CBS Denver

Going Deep In 2017 Nfl Draft: Broncos Add To Every Unit Except QB — CBS Denver

DENVER (The Sports Xchange) – The Denver Broncos have 10 picks in the NFL Draft, including No. 20 in the first round April 27 in Philadelphia. It has been an offseason filled with speculation that the Broncos would pursue quarterback Tony Romo if he was released by the Cowboys. All along, the Broncos’ braintrust said…

via Going Deep In 2017 Nfl Draft: Broncos Add To Every Unit Except QB — CBS Denver

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