Saturday, February 16, 2019

Broncos a tough team to project during offseason filled with uncertainty

With a new coaching staff, and with free agency and the 2017 NFL Draft still to come, the Denver Broncos are a difficult team to project for next season.

Wade Phillips discusses leaving Denver, heading to Los Angeles

Wade Phillips’ departure from the Broncos to become defensive coordinator of the Rams was a tough goodbye for Bronco fans, players, coaches and media alike.

Super Bowl-winning GM Charley Casserly on Broncos’ chances, 49ers hiring John Lynch

Charley Casserly knows what it takes to win a Super Bowl. While the general manager of the Washington Redskins, he saw his team play in four, winning three.

Wade Phillips shares his gameplans against the New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons

With 40 years of NFL coaching experience, Phillips has seen it all. As such, he offered his expert opinion on how to stop the two teams in Super Bowl LI.

Jim Fassel discusses how coaches prepare for Super Bowl, 49ers hiring John Lynch

Jim Fassel was the head coach of the New York Giants when they played in Super Bowl XXXV; so he knows a thing or two about Super Bowl preparations.

Jokic to be the greatest Nugget ever? ‘Pump the brakes’ says Chris Dempsey

“I don’t even want to put that kind of pressure on him,” Dempsey said. “Plus, there are guys from this organization that are in the Hall of Fame.

ROOT sports’ Jeff Huson is a fan of Jeff Bridich’s master plan

The Colorado Rockies have already spent $89 million this offseason, which puts them in the top five in offseason spending.

Winners of 6 of their last 8, the Denver Nuggets are peaking at the...

Dempsey feels Mike Malone has finally been able to resolve the issues that plagued the team early in the season and has them playing better.

NFL insider Ben Allbright: ‘Sefo Liufau is not a pro football quarterback’

Although Liufau played extremely well, at times, during his collegiate career, Allbright doesn’t see the NFL as a possibility for him.

Sports Illustrated’s Robert Klemko discusses his journalistic journey

"It was honestly a lot of strokes of luck and just being in the position, working your butt off and having somebody notice it when the time came,” said Klemko.