Monthly Archives: July 2017

Defense top of mind for Tyler Lydon as Summer League approaches — Mile High Sports

Nuggets rookie forward Tyler Lydon can shoot the basketball. His .398 3-point shooting percentage in two years at Syracuse is evidence of that. But Lydon knows that defense will be a priority now that he’s in Denver. Ronnie Kohrt and Aniello Piro caught up with Lydon following a recent Summer League practice to chat about…

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Will the Broncos have improved offensive line coaching? — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos invested heavily into their offensive line coaching this offseason. By whatever metric you wish you use (and I have tried almost all of them) the Denver Broncos offensive line was poor in 2016. Some here attribute that to poor coaching (and player development) as much as poor performances by the players. Those…

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Denver Broncos training camp preview: Quarterbacks — Predominantly Orange

Denver Broncos training camp preview 2017: Taking a look at the quarterback position, featuring Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch, Chad Kelly, and Kyle Sloter… Denver Broncos training camp 2017 is rapidly approaching, and it’s time to take one last close look at the position battles before the competition for roster spots and starting spots begins. The…

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MORNING MINUTE: Jon Gray singlehandedly kickstarts Rockies — Mile High Sports

Jon Gray did everything he could to get the Rockies back to winning, including smacking a two-run homer longer than any other Rockies player has hit this season. Was that 467-foot bomb the spark the Rockies needed to get out of their slump, or does Nate Lundy or Jake Marsing of 5280 Sports Network think…

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Broncos Roster 2017: Offensive lineman Ty Sambrailo — Mile High Report – All Posts

This is the year that Ty Sambrailo can shake off the “bust” label. Name: Ty SambrailoPosition: OTHeight: 6’5″ Weight: 315 lbsAge: 25 Experience: 3rdCollege: Colorado State If you felt your blood pressure rise a little at the sight of that name, that’s ok. Paxton Lynch, Trevor Siemian, and Peyton Manning do to. Since being drafted…

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