Aqib Talib on Kirk Cousins: He’s a real NFL quarterback — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos defense isn’t used to seeing real NFL quarterbacks, so appear to be in awe with Kirk Cousins. Think the Denver Broncos defense doesn’t appreciate elite quarterback play when they see it? They are doing more than gushing over Kirk Cousins, they are calling him a real NFL quarterback. Aqib Talib didn’t mince…

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Denver Broncos 2018 salary cap situation, possible cap casualties — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos have some interesting tasks ahead of them this offseason. Here’s a look at their 2018 salary cap situation, and possible cap casualties… The Denver Broncos aren’t making the playoffs in 2017, so we have the opportunity to look ahead to the offseason and get started on some speculating, which is always a…

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Ultimate Fan(s): Just keep winning already — Mile High Report – All Posts

If we ‘Rock with Brock’ and C.J. Anderson gets close to his 1,000 yards, this offense can win again. Ho Ho Ho! Christmas Eve Day is actually my favorite part of the Christmas holiday. I love the anticipation of gifts, the last-minute wrapping (sometimes even a little last-minute shopping if you’re my dad), and a…

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Colorado Rockies: The case for signing free agent J.D. Martinez — Rox Pile

The Colorado Rockies have addressed a few different things this offseason but one of the things they have not addressed is their first base/outfield situation and the team could address that with J.D. Martinez. J.D. Martinez may be the top outfielder free agent currently on the market. The man certainly packs a punch putting up…

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Broncos Quarterback Uncertainty Continues … But Not For Much Longer — CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos began 2017 ensnared in a dreaded quarterback competition and they’re ending the year entangled in another. Paxton Lynch on Friday (credit: CBS) Paxton Lynch lost out to Trevor Siemian last summer and it’s doubtful after missing most of the season that he could beat out Brock Osweiler this…

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The good, the bad and the ugly — new surprises but same old issues for Nuggets — Mile High Sports

The Denver Nuggets find themselves at 16-15, good for second in the Northwest Division but seventh in the Western Conference by virtue of a tiebreaker. They’re still in the thick of the playoff race as they get Nikola Jokic back into the swing of things while waiting for their defensive anchor — Paul Millsap —…

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Three stars, five takeaways from the Avalanche’s OT loss at Los Angeles — The Denver Post

LOS ANGELES — The Avalanche lost 2-1 in overtime to the Los Angeles Kings late Thursday night at the Staples Center. THREE STARS Dustin Brown. Playing in his 1,000th NHL game, the Kings forward scored the OT goal 44 seconds into the extra frame. Gabe Landeskog. Avalanche left wing scored a goal on a terrific…

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Justin Simmons accepts Darrent Williams Good Guy Award for 2017 — Mile High Sports

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Safety Justin Simmons was presented with the 11th Annual Darrent Williams Good Guy Award on Friday. The award, whose winner is voted on by local media, was created in memory of former Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams, who was killed on Jan. 1, 2007, after only his second season with the team. The award is given…

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Joseph: Lynch at ’90 percent’; Broncos still won’t name starting QB — Mile High Sports

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With the Broncos’ Week 16 game in Washington only days away, head coach Vance Joseph said that second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch is “90 percent” healthy, but wouldn’t yet commit to naming a starter for Sunday’s game. “We’re close,” Joseph told the media on Friday. “Obviously, we’re close now.” In last week’s win, Brock Osweiler played…

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