Monthly Archives: April 2019

GIF Horse – Dwayne Haskins, franchise quarterback? — Mile High Report – All Posts

Could Denver Broncos GM John Elway tab the Buckeye, Dwayne Haskins, as the heir to Peyton Manning? The very first word that comes to mind with Dwayne Haskins is “distributor.” Some quarterbacks are dangerous with the ball in their hands (hello Kyler Murray), but that’s not the Buckeyes’ game. He’s a point man that puts…

GIF Horse – Dwayne Haskins, franchise quarterback? — Mile High Report – All Posts

Jeff Hoffman will try to get Rockies “on a roll” in spot start — Mile High Sports

Once adorned as the key piece in the blockbuster trade of franchise cornerstone Troy Tulowitzki, Jeff Hoffman is getting another chance to shine. Jeff Hoffman will make his first start of the season for the Colorado Rockies Wednesday afternoon versus the Atlanta Braves. He’ll start in place of the injured Tyler Anderson who was placed…

Jeff Hoffman will try to get Rockies “on a roll” in spot start — Mile High Sports

Royce Freeman says he and Phillip Lindsay are pushing each other — Mile High Sports

In the 2018 season, the Broncos featured two rookie running backs prominently. Of course, there was Phillip Lindsay, the undrafted Colorado kid who took the league by storm, but they also had third-round power back Royce Freeman. One might assume that Lindsay’s meteoric rise to super-stardom could create a rift in the backfield or make…

Royce Freeman says he and Phillip Lindsay are pushing each other — Mile High Sports

Rockies woes continue vs Braves, drop fifth consecutive game — Mile High Sports

The Colorado Rockies struggles continued Tuesday night as they sported a unique lineup, still losing to the Atlanta Braves, 7-1. The Rockies are currently 3-9 this season and have dropped five consecutive games, all of which have been at home to both the Los Angeles Dodgers and Braves. Ahead are the takeaways from the Rockies’…

Rockies woes continue vs Braves, drop fifth consecutive game — Mile High Sports

Nuggets celebrate Houston’s loss; Will Barton offers blunt assessment heading into playoffs — The Denver Post

SALT LAKE CITY — There were mixed, pointed and honest feelings emanating from the visitor’s locker room in Utah Tuesday night where the Nuggets’ postseason picture became clearer. There was momentary relief and excitement after Gary Harris and Torrey Craig huddled around this reporter’s phone to watch the thrilling end of Houston at Oklahoma City.…

Nuggets celebrate Houston’s loss; Will Barton offers blunt assessment heading into playoffs — The Denver Post