Monthly Archives: June 2017

Denver Broncos appear to make subtle uniform change for 2017 — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos took player photos for ‘network day’ and appear to have made a subtle uniform change for the 2017 season… The uniform you see in the picture above may officially be a thing of the past. The Denver Broncos took player photos for ‘network day’ on Tuesday, and appear to have revealed a…

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The Broncos QB Report: Mini Camp Day 1 — Mile High Report – All Posts

Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch had an up and down day while splitting first team reps on the first day of mandatory mini camp. The Denver Broncos began their three day mandatory mini camp this morning at Dove Valley, and for the second year in a row Broncos Country is zeroed in on the quarterback…

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‘No Fly Zone’ adds a wrinkle to Broncos QB battle — Mile High Sports

It’s hard enough to win a starting quarterback position in the National Football League. For Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch, going up against the top-ranked passing defense on a daily basis can’t make it much easier. The Denver Broncos are coming off their second straight season as the No. 1 passing defense in the NFL.…

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Comparing the Broncos wide receivers position group — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos currently have 11 wide receivers on the roster, which makes the competition in this group fierce. I’m going to do one of these for every position group, although I will be lumping the whole offensive line into one since no one cares about offensive lineman. 😦 This is a direct response to…

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2017 Broncos roster: Tight end Jeff Heuerman — Mile High Report – All Posts

After spending his first two seasons injured or learning, Jeff Heuerman’s time is now. Name: Jeff HeuermanPosition: TEHeight: 6’6″ Weight: 255 lbsAge: 24 Experience: 3rdCollege: Ohio State The Denver Broncos have been searching for a vertical pass catching tight end ever since Julius Thomas left in free agency. They drafted Jeff Heuerman to be that…

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Nikola Jokic is becoming the recruiting asset the Nuggets need — Mile High Sports

The Denver Nuggets are on the rise in the NBA. A team budding with talent, Denver is hoping that their young core of players can blossom into a formidable group for the foreseeable future of the franchise. Led by Nikola Jokic, the Nuggets crop of players are some of the most promising among other young cores…

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Colorado Rockies: 3 players who deserve an All-Star Game roster spot — Rox Pile

The All-Star Game will be upon us in less than a month. The greatest players from the American and National League (including representatives of the Colorado Rockies) will descend upon Miami for a star-studded game that is rightly called “The Midsummer Classic.” While there is little we know for sure about this year’s All-Star game,…

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Broncos Sign Cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris, Waive Taurean Nixon — CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Following a transaction announced by the team Wednesday, the Denver Broncos now have two players in their secondary with very similar names: Chris Harris Jr. and Chris Lewis-Harris. Cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris (credit: Jeff Moffett/Icon Sportswire/Corbis via Getty Images) The Broncos announced the signing of Lewis-Harris, a veteran cornerback, in a press…

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IN THEIR WORDS: Vance Joseph on players not named Lynch and Siemian — Mile High Sports

Vance Joseph caught everyone’s attention after Day 1 of mandatory minicamp on Tuesday when he told the gathered media that nothing happening during OTAs and minicamp would determine the team’s starting quarterback this fall. “Probably zero-to-none, to be honest,” Joseph said about how Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian‘s performances in May and June will influence…

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