Sunday, February 17, 2019

LISTEN: Fans, teammates and more celebrate the life of Rashaan Salaam

Mile High Sports Radio's playlist of fans, teammates and more sharing their memories of one of the all-time great Buffaloes.

LISTEN: Buffs teammate Chad Brown remembers Rashaan Salaam

Chad Brown, who played with Salaam in 1992, joined Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro to reflect back on one of the most decorated Buffs of all time.

Denver Broncos will be ready for difficult stretch run

Expect the Denver Broncos to begin playing their best football of the season during this extremely difficult four-game stretch to end the season.

Which team is most likely to knock the Broncos out of the playoffs?

The Broncos are currently one spot out of the playoffs. Are the Dolphins their biggest threat to the sixth seed? Or is there someone else to worry about?

LISTEN: Malik Jackson would love to play spoiler to the Broncos’ season

As the matchup with his former team looms, Malik Jackson wouldn't mind derailing Denver's hopes of another playoff run.

Broncos and Chiefs are more than happy with their “game managers”

Neither Trevor Siemian nor Alex Smith is the best quarterback in the AFC, but they can absolutely lead their teams to the promised land.

LISTEN: Brad Evans talks Kaepernick, Dixon and Week 13 fantasy football

During his weekly visit with Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar on Mile High Sports Radio, Brad Evans of Yahoo! Fantasy Football dives into the recent performances of Colin Kaepernick and Kenneth Dixon. What do those two mean for your own fantasy football playoff run?

The Coors Light Mike Bobo Coach’s Show: Regular Season Finale

Head coach Mike Bobo look ahead to the regular season finale and look back on another successful year of Rams football.

It’s time to make Pepsi Center alive again

The Denver Nuggets are a bit of a work in progress; however, the team is definitely trending up. It is time for fans to start packing the Pepsi Center again.

Rick Neuheisel: CU is one of the great stories in college football

The coach who led Colorado to a pair of top-10 finishes in the 1990s could be happier the team is once again knocking on that door.