Monday, April 22, 2019

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.

Former Falcons WR Mike Pritchard picks Atlanta to win Super Bowl LI

“I root for all my teams: Atlanta, Denver and Seattle," said Mike Pritchard. "For the last three Super Bowls, I’ve been well represented.”

The Denver Broncos may have more pressing issues than quarterback

If the Broncos decide not to bring in a vet, does that mean they are forgoing their shot at a championship? Andrew Mason doesn't think so.

Nuggets forward Darrell Arthur: ‘If we’re healthy, we’re dangerous’

On the heels of putting up 16 points, eight rebounds and one assist against the Utah Jazz, Darrell Arthur chatted with Mile High Sports Radio.

Rockies pitcher Chad Bettis is excited about new manager, optimistic for future

After finishing with a career year in 2016, Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Chad Bettis is hopeful for the 2017 season.

A look into John Elway’s thinking when it comes to the quarterback position

After discussing the situation with his sources, Les Shapiro shed some light on what Broncos might be thinking at the quarterback position.

AP’s Arnie Stapleton could see the Broncos kicking the tires on a veteran QB

AP columnist Arnie Stapleton joined The Final Verdict on Mile High Sports Radio to discuss whether or not the Broncos will go after a veteran quarterback.

After beating cancer, Rockies pitcher Chad Bettis is setting his sights on the season

Bettis joined Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro during The Afternoon Drive on Mile High Sports Radio to discuss his battle with cancer.

Buzz surrounds Alabama tight end O.J. Howard leading up to the Senior Bowl

At this year's Senior Bowl, a lot of attention is being given to Alabama tight end OJ Howard, who could be a good fit for the Broncos in the first round.

PODCAST: Newly assembled Broncos coaching staff seems tailored towards Paxton Lynch

With McCoy and Musgrave at the helm, Denver's revamped offensive staff will give first round pick every opportunity to succeed in 2017.