For those envisioning a reunion between divisive quarterback Jay Cutler and the Denver Broncos, don’t hold your breath. Les Shapiro explains why.
"With so much talent that we have, we can win some games," Estevez told Goodman and Shapiro during the Afternoon Drive on Mile High Sports Radio.
With these options who should be the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos next season? Tony Romo? Kirk Cousins? Or Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch?
A lawyer in addition to being a co-host on Mile High Sports Radio, Dan Jacobs has spoken, at length, with the alleged victim in the case.
After a successful season split between Double-A and Triple-A, Freelend feels that he is ready to make the jump to the majors.
"They've got a lot of work to do, after a two-win season, getting the culture right and kind of getting started," Mike Shanahan said.
For Shanahan, one quarterback has a clear edge over the other. So who does he see under center for the Broncos next season?
As opening day nears for the Rockies, they're looking for their guys to have closer mentalities in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings.
"We still have a lot of flexibility both financially and with players and our picks," Connelly said during the Afternoon Drive on Mile High Sports Radio.
"It’s going to be fun to chase those [championships] each year," Joseph told Gil Whiteley and Arran Andersen on Mile High Sports Radio on Tuesday.