NFL Insider suggests “option” for Tony Romo’s next possible landing spot — Fanbuzz

While the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans continue to grab headlines as possible landing spots for Dallas Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo, ESPN’s Ed Werder suggested a possible landing spot if another veteran quarterback steps away from the game: Hard to imagine Ben R not returning. But maybe a new option for @tonyromo He’s familiar…

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Schlereth: Dennison hire shows problem lies with Broncos personnel — KKFN

According to Mark Schlereth, the hiring of Rick Dennison by the Buffalo Bills as the team’s offensive demonstrates one thing: The issues with the Denver Broncos offense last year had more to do with the personnel than the coaching staff. On Friday, the “Schlereth and Evans” co-host called Dennison’s hire a “statement” by the rest…

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Hasselbeck: ‘More comfortable’ with Siemian as Broncos starting QB — KKFN

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With all things considered, ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck believes a healthy Tony Romo is a better option at quarterback than anyone else on the Denver Broncos roster and would be in on the market for the Dallas Cowboys backup. But, Hasselbeck told 104.3 The Fan’s “Schlereth and Evans” on Thursday, first-year starter Trevor Siemian…

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Emmanuel Sanders: We’d win with Tony Romo, but I trust John Elway — ProFootballTalk

The word at Broncos head coach Vance Joseph’s introductory press conference was that Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch will compete for the team’s starting quarterback job and General Manager John Elway said after the end of the regular season that the team is moving forward with those two quarterbacks. That won’t stop some from wondering…

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2017 NFL Mock Draft: Broncos get some offensive weapons — Mile High Report – All Posts

It’s mock draft season! With the Senior Bowl kicking off this week, I figured it would be a good time to release my first mock draft of the offseason today. Now we are still over a month away from Free Agency beginning so a lot can and will change during that time, but for now,…

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Colorado Avalanche: Analyzing the Team’s Necessity in the 2017 NHL Draft — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche need to direct most of their focus toward rebuilding, and the draft is a huge part of that direction. Below, the team’s necessities in the draft are analyzed. There are two holes in the Colorado Avalanche roster right now, and said holes are on the right wing, and on defense. The Avs…

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HIGHLIGHTS: Timberwolves outlast Nuggets in Minnesota — Mile High Sports

The Denver Nuggets couldn’t hold on to a nine-point fourth quarter lead on the second night of a back-to-back, as they fell to the Timberwolves 111-108 in Minnesota. Denver was seeking its fourth win in five games over a seven day span. Denver led by nine with just over six minutes to play one night…

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