For the first time in a long time, maybe since the embarrassing loss to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIV, John Elway must quiet his critics.
The second-year quarterback from Northwestern has gone from barely-on-the-radar dark horse to trendy pick to start for the Broncos Sept. 8 against the Panthers.
It's only a matter of time before the first-round pick is the Broncos starting quarterback
An 11-step plan that puts the Colorado Buffaloes in a New Year's Eve bowl game with a trip to the National Championship on the line.
Although things didn't go Denver's way in the NBA Draft, it's important to remember that there's still plenty of offseason remaining.
Donald Stephenson has been the worst tackle in the NFL through 10 weeks, and he's only getting worse. It's time the Broncos make a move
Former Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler made the right choice by staying in Houston instead of visiting the White House with his old team.
When Terrell Davis takes the stage Saturday at Tom Benson Field in Canton, Denver can boast five Broncos Hall of Famers.
The Jose Reyes situation presents a golden opportunity for the Colorado Rockies to dispel the notion that the bottom line comes before being "good."
The Rockies have the most wins in the National League, but there are three other local teams who are performing just as well (or better) right now.
The Denver Broncos officially kick off the season tomorrow morning when training camp starts, here are the five most exciting players to watch this season
The Denver Nuggets made only one move at the NBA trade deadline. While Devin Harris helps the Nuggets short term, the Nuggets' long-term concerns remain unchanged.
The economics of baseball make this season the Colorado Rockies' best bet for making a run at the World Series.
Otis was the Broncos’ first round draft choice in 1973, befuddling many because future Hall of Famer Floyd Little was entrenched at running back. But the Armstrong pick proved to be another savvy decision made by GM-coach John Ralston during the franchise’s buildup to respectability.
The Denver Broncos aren't the same team they used to be. Here's how they can "Trump" the AFC West and make Broncos Country great again
The end of baseball season can’t come soon enough in Colorado, where the Rockies face the possibility of one of their worst seasons ever
The era of the Jedi QB is coming to an end in the AFC, and the Broncos have more than a new hope.
The only thing aggravating about this has been the attempts of those conditioned to be contrarian, contrive controversy and concoct conspiracy theories to portray this as some sort of embarrassing negative for the NHL.
Want to know why so many people are praising now-retired linebacker DeMarcus Ware? Plain and simple, because he deserves it.
Basketball in Colorado gets no respect. That's why the Buffs need to go out and win the Pac-12 Tournament.
You might tell your teenage daughter when she is trying get all dolled up: “less is more” or “don’t try so hard.” Same goes for the Broncos.
Three weeks into the 2015 season, the Broncos and Bears have made it apparent that John Fox and John Elway were destined to fall apart
Best player available doesn't exist. BPA is a myth, a farce. It's a term made up by the media and hated by NFL personnel.
Every personnel, coaching and development decision the Denver Nuggets make needs to answer this question: “How does this make Nikola Jokic better?”
In his six seasons as GM and executive vice president of football operations, John Elway has made move after move that has paid big dividends.