Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Raptors coach Dave Williams excited about performance on the pitch

Head coach Dave Williams joined Casey Light of Mile High Sports Radio to discuss the season as whole, and their upcoming match against BYU.

Though he gets the criticism, agent Peter Schaffer defends client Joe Mixon

"I did [have reservations] at first," Schaffer said. "Then, I had multiple conversations with the young man, and I was very impressed with his character."

Saints coach Sean Payton talks QBs, including Siemian, Lynch and Romo

Payton knows a thing or two about them quarterbacks. He even knows about Romo, Siemian and Lynch specifically. He offered his two cents to Sean Walsh.

Shane Ray discusses the impact DeMarcus Ware had as a mentor

For Shane Ray, DeMarcus Ware was not just a teammate. The pair shared a bond that went far beyond that.

Houston Texans may only be willing to buy very low on Tony Romo

"I’m just guessing they’d give him like $3-4 million [base salary] and that’s it," said longtime NFL reporter John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Ron Leary reveals what he’s looking to bring with him from Dallas

"We were a real unselfish group down there," Leary said. "We didn’t care about individual things, we just cared about being a great o-line."

If healthy, Tony Romo is the possible solution for Broncos’ broken offense

“If I was John Elway, I would be looking at Tony Romo really hard, because I think he can still absolutely play at a high level,” said Dale Hansen.

After being thrown a curveball, Chad Bettis getting back to normal

Diagnosed with testicular cancer last November, Bettis is getting back into the swing of things in Spring Training after being declared cancer-free.

Getting back in the groove, Greg Holland plans on locking down closer’s role

"If there’s someone that’s more capable of throwing the ninth inning than me, I think that’s a good thing, because I plan on performing well," Holland said.

Nolan Arenado talks expectations, putting in the work to stay on top

"The last couple of years have been pretty special, but I want to continue to have those special years," Arenado told Les Shapiro of Mile High Sports Radio.