Tuesday, January 24, 2017

A former Bronco, Mike Pritchard discusses CU Buffs teammate Vance Joseph

"We were on a team in Boulder for one year together," Pritchard told Goodman and Shapiro during the Afternoon Drive. "By the way, I’m proud of VJ."

Joe Woods officially named Denver Broncos defensive coordinator

It has been speculated about for some time. Now, it's official. Joe Woods is the defensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos.
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17 burning Colorado sports questions for 2017

Want to know what kind of year it’s going to be in Denver? Depending on how you weigh in, 2017 will be defined by your answers (and their accuracy).

To win big in the NFL, a top-flight quarterback is mandatory

Good quarterbacks can win in the regular season; only elite quarterbacks win in the postseason. At present, the Broncos don’t have one of those.

Colorado sports teams honor Dr. King on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

For many athletes (and millions of others), it is people like Dr. King who are the heroes; paving the way to make it possible for them to live out their dreams.

Broncos lineman Michael Schofield gets engaged to Olympian Kendall Coyne

Last year, Denver Broncos offensive lineman Michael Schofield got a big ring. This year, it was girlfriend (and Olympian) Kendall Coyne's turn.

Von Miller and Aqib Talib selected for PFWA All-NFL team

Though they didn't have the team success they would have liked, the praise keeps coming in for the Denver Broncos' vaunted defense.

Presumptive NFL MVP’s performance may have Broncos fans thinking twice

Those who witnessed Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan dissect the Seahawks at the helm of Kyle Shanahan's offense may have buyer's remorse over Vance Joseph.

The lessons from Super Bowl XII apply to today’s Denver Broncos

In Super Bowl XII, Denver would be let down by an offense that struggled mightily to generate first downs, let alone touchdowns. The original Orange Crush would never make it back to the big game.

MORNING MINUTE: Broncos wise not to wait on coaching hires

Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar think the Broncos will benefit from their decision not to wait until the playoffs are over to hire a head coach.