Colorado Avalanche: Excitement for the Prospect Tournament — Mile High Sticking

Colorado Avalanche prospects will participate in a showcase of their talents in San Jose. They will also participate in camps to develop their skills. The Colorado Avalanche are participating in the 2017 NHL Prospect Showcase, a three-game, four-team tournament before the start of regular training camp. Last year, one of the Prospect Showcases took place…

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Vikings sign Kyle Sloter to practice squad — FOX31 Denver

DENVER — After being released from the Broncos on Saturday, Sloter said he hoped to stay in Denver. “Thank you to bronco country for all the support. Hopefully I’ll be able to stick around in Denver,” Sloter wrote on Twitter. “Next 24 hrs will be interesting.” The very next day he announced he had signed…

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Broncos Country: It’s Time To Get Excited About Trevor.

With all the QB drama we’ve had lately: Siemian vs lynch, Sloter – the preseason MVP, Lynch’s shoulder injury and now the return of Brock. I just want to remind everyone what we have with Trevor.

In 2015 he was drafted in the 7th round out of Northwestern. As a rookie he had a solid camp and makes the 53 man roster as the 3rd string QB behind Peyton and Brock.

In 2016 Trevor takes the reins as starting QB of the Denver Broncos. By beating rookie and first round pick, Paxton Lynch, along with veteran QB, Mark Sanchez.

As a first year starter he has a solid season. Passing for 3400 yards, 18 TD’s and 10 ints. He also finished with impressive wins that really showcased his poise and potential.

What I see in Trevor is a – calm, cool, decisive character. All traits of the great ones. He has a silent confidence. A smirk with subtle swag, that says, “I know I’m good and could be great”.

Its time to prove all his doubters wrong. And it’s time for us to be excited about Trevor.

Denver Broncos Bring Back Brock Osweiler — CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– With Paxton Lynch injured, the Denver Broncos have signed backup quarterback Brock Osweiler. “We obviously made some moves and we’ll see what happens. We’ll see what happens tomorrow, how many guys get claimed and then work on the practice squad tomorrow. We’ll go from there on that,” said President of Football Operations/General…

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Brock Osweiler signing only adds to the confusion at Broncos quarterback — Mile High Report – All Posts

John Elway has shown he can make bold moves, just not when it comes to QBs. They only make the fog in the situation even thicker. Good morning, Broncos Country! If John Elway wanted to lift the fog on his quarterback situation, he only made it thicker. When you zoom in on where the Denver…

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Colorado Rockies: top 32 moments in franchise history tournament — Rox Pile

We resume our tournament of the top 32 moments in Rockies franchise history after a brief break from it by recapping a moment in recent history. On Monday, August 10, 2009, the Rockies defeated the Chicago Cubs by the score of 11-5 but more importantly (at least, for our tournament) a more important moment happened.…

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Fantasy Football 2017: 3-Round Mock Draft and Suggestions for Team Names — Bleacher Report – Front Page

The NFL preseason is over and rosters have been trimmed down to the 53-player limit, which means the coast is clear for fantasy drafts to take place with Week 1 starting Thursday. But before you finalize spreadsheets and lock in on a strategy, it’s time for some last-minute prep. Below, you’ll find a three-round mock…

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Practice squad and waiver wire tracker — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Broncos will be putting the final touches on their 53-man roster today. During the last 48 hours, the Denver Broncos made a series of transactions to get their roster down to 52 players. Some of their notable moves included releasing veteran safety T.J. Ward, trading former second-round pick Ty Sambrailo, waiving fan favorite, quarterback…

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Colorado Avalanche 30 Under 30: Future Stars — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche 30(ish) under 30 concludes with the future stars of the team. With as young as the Colorado Avalanche are now, this 30 under 30 series has reached epic proportions. I initially envisioned the series as a way to put my own spin on other sites’ 25 under 25 series. I liked the…

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Less than 24 hours after release, former Super Bowl champ has found his next home — Fanbuzz.com

After he was cut from the Denver Broncos early Saturday, All-Pro safety TJ Ward has reportedly signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: I’m told free agent S T.J. Ward is signing with the #Bucs on a 1-year, $5M deal, per source.#EarlyMorningText — Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) September 3, 2017 The move wasn’t much of a surprise…

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