Monday, February 20, 2017

Former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist on Wade Phillips: ‘The guys love playing for him’

Many are crossing their fingers that Phillips will stay, but there has been a lot of chatter that his days in Denver are numbered. You can count former Broncos gm Ted Sundquist amongst those who hope he sticks around.

Former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist weighs in on team’s coaching search

In the Broncos search for their next coach, John Elway has stated that he wants to go young. Former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist isn't sure that's the right approach.

If Joseph doesn’t want Phillips as DC, then he shouldn’t be the Broncos coach

On Thursday, it came down that if the Denver Broncos hired Vance Joseph as head coach, he would replace Wade Phillips as defensive coordinator....

Denver defense gets its due, as Miller, Harris and Talib all named to All-Pro...

The Associated Press 2016 NFL All-Pro Team was announced. Found amongst the clutter of names was three members of the Denver Broncos' vaunted defense.

Jim Saccomano examines if John Elway can find a coach as competitive as him

Former Broncos VP of Corporate Communications Jim Saccomano stopped by The Final Verdict on Mile High Sports Radio to discuss the Broncos' coaching search.

MORNING MINUTE: As the Wade turns

While the main story has been about who the next head coach will be, a new storyline has Broncos fans nervous: Will Wade Phillips be back next year?

Professional Athlete of the Year: The Finalists

Twenty-sixteen was a banner year in Colorado sports. These finalists for our Professional Athlete of the Year award helped make it so.

You can’t write the NFL story without including Terrell Davis

To pass Davis over for the Hall of Fame, is to skip an important chapter in NFL history. Let's hope the selection committee adds that story this time around.

Elway can follow his own blueprint to make the right coaching hire

John Elway will have success if he applies the same philosophy to his coaching search that he used to build a championship roster.

Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall tests his mettle in police simulator

After creating a stir by taking a knee during the national anthem, Marshall pledged to work with local police officers. This week he took it a step further.