Sunday, July 21, 2019

Jack Kelly’s viral full-field goal was ‘a little bit of skill, a little bit...

When asked about how often the field-length shot is successful, Kelly revealed that he had only made it one other time, in practice.

Mike Alvarado continues his comeback with majority decision in Dallas

Former WBO junior welterweight champion Mike Alvarado continued his comeback effort with a win against Josh Torres on Saturday night in Dallas.

KC’s Pete Sweeney explains Chiefs’ coach Andy Reid’s plan for season finale

The Chiefs are locked into the AFC's fourth playoff seed and hosting their first-round matchup next week means that the Chiefs, who will sit many of their starters, are rightly focused on that game more than Sunday's tilt with the Broncos.

Tom Nalen is doubling down on the Denver Broncos

The Ring of Fame center is doubling down on the Denver Broncos with some friends who "still think the Broncos aren't any good."

Fat Lever on his jersey retirement; time with run-and-gun Nuggets

Denver's original triple-double king was Fat Lever -- he accumulated 43 triple-doubles with the Nuggets.

Former Broncos coach Dan Reeves reminisces about someone he selected 20th overall

The Broncos currently hold the 20th selection in the draft. It's a spot where they have struck gold before. In 1989, the team took a safety out of Arkansas.

Avs’ continued turnaround hinges on playing well at Pepsi Center

Former voice of the Avs Norm Jones says maintaining home-ice advantage is crucial if Colorado is going to stay competitive.

Chris Harris Jr. breaks down how the Broncos stopped Dak and the Cowboys

The All-Pro defensive back explained the game plan against the Cowboys and what the Broncos will have to do next week in Buffalo to keep winning.

MLB Network’s Kevin Millar, on the Rockies: ‘I do love this team and this...

MLB Network's Kevin Millar looks at the Rockies' competition in the NL West and feels that they have nothing to apologize for.

UFC’s Cormier looks to expand championship legacy against newcomer Oezdemir

Cormier, 19-1, believes he will eventually be considered one of the greatest UFC fighters of all time, and isn’t finished completing his legacy.