Monthly Archives: July 2017

John Elway No. 1 on Tony Dungy’s list of QBs since 1978 — Mile High Report – All Posts

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Steve Atwater also was hired as a fan ambassador and an analyst by the Broncos, which is awesome! Good morning, Broncos Country! Tony Dungy may have just become the most popular man in this fan base. The former Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach was part of a panel that ranked the top…

via John Elway No. 1 on Tony Dungy’s list of QBs since 1978 — Mile High Report – All Posts

Colorado Rockies: CarGo, Black on bench-clearing pitches versus Pirates — Rox Pile

The Colorado Rockies beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 on Saturday night. That was the final score. However, much of the buzz after the game focused on what happened between the two teams in the sixth inning. Benches cleared in the sixth after Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez saw an inside fastball from Pirates pitcher Chad Kuhl fly…

via Colorado Rockies: CarGo, Black on bench-clearing pitches versus Pirates — Rox Pile

Round 2: Stakes high as Broncos quarterbacks (again) vie for starting job — The Denver Post

A week before rookies were to report for Broncos training camp, general manager John Elway was on a golf course at Lake Tahoe for the American Century Championship, where he’s been a regular for years. It was one of his final getaways before football resumed at Dove Valley and focus shifted back to the Broncos.…

via Round 2: Stakes high as Broncos quarterbacks (again) vie for starting job — The Denver Post

Kiszla: John Elway? An underdog? Now there’s a role No. 7 might have hard time embracing. — The Denver Post

The No. 1 rule is the same, whether the game is football, cars or steaks. Whatever John Elway wants, he gets. And Elway is in the business of winning. But as Elway goes to training camp for the 23rd time with the Broncos, it is anything except business as usual. His starting quarterback is a…

via Kiszla: John Elway? An underdog? Now there’s a role No. 7 might have hard time embracing. — The Denver Post

Colorado Avalanche: Slotting Nail Yakupov into the Lineup — Mile High Sticking

Though a controversial signing by the Colorado Avalanche, Nail Yakupov could slot well into the team’s lineup. On the face of it, the Colorado Avalanche’s acquisition of winger Nail Yakupov is typical of the team. Yakupov is a player who just needs that right fit to unlock his potential. Sounds like Mikhail Grigorenko. And Jordan…

via Colorado Avalanche: Slotting Nail Yakupov into the Lineup — Mile High Sticking

Denver Broncos training camp 2017: What I’m excited to watch — Predominantly Orange

Denver Broncos training camp 2017: Now a full season removed from a championship, how will the Broncos approach the new year? Training camp provides clarity… There is nothing like Denver Broncos training camp. In the heat of Summer, as baseball season is finally into its second half of games, the anticipation of football is as…

via Denver Broncos training camp 2017: What I’m excited to watch — Predominantly Orange

Marquez, Rockies Beat Pirates After Benches Empty — CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) – In the midst of a dominating outing, German Marquez had one wayward pitch that fueled a near brawl. Marquez matched a career best with nine strikeouts in seven solid innings and also became the latest Rockies pitcher to hit a Pirates batter with a pitch as Colorado beat Pittsburgh 7-3 on Saturday…

via Marquez, Rockies Beat Pirates After Benches Empty — CBS Denver

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