Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Frei: The most glaring ex-player Ring of Fame omission is Otis Armstrong

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.

Keenum: ‘I’m jacked to get back on the field’ against former teammates

Quarterback Case Keenum is champing at the bit to take the field as a Bronco.

Broncos Camp Takeaways: Day 13

Observations from Thursday's Broncos training camp practice

Raiders broadcaster Lincoln Kennedy, on how the Broncos can give Derek Carr ‘happy feet’

Oakland Raiders broadcaster Lincoln Kennedy says that quarterback Derek Carr "panicked" in their Week 1 loss to the Rams.

Broncos punter King’s video pokes fun at Raiders coach Gruden

Current Bronco and former Raider punter Marquette King seem to have been planning his social media revenge on Jon Gruden.

Rockies need more punch from their 1-2 combination atop the rotation

Jon Gray and Tyler Anderson are a talented 1-2 punch, but they're still far from being a knockout combo as this weekend demonstrated.
Jake Butt versus Oakland. Credit: Isaiah J. Downing, USA TODAY Sports.

Jake Butt suffers torn ACL in Thursday walkthrough, done for year

Broncos tight end Jake Butt missed the 2017 season with a torn right ACL. He'll miss the rest of the 2018 season after tearing his left.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (16) returns a 78 yard punt return for a touchdown in the second against the Minnesota Vikings quarter at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.

Second-half observations as Vikings hold on to beat Broncos 42-28

The Denver Broncos started slow, got hot, and cooled off rapidly in a very up-and-down preseason opener.

The Rockies in 2018 are betting big on green

Gambling on a veteran closer paid huge dividends last season. This year the Rockies are doubling down by riding an extremely young pitching staff.

Nuggets: April Fools, no joke

Denver's up-and-down performance on Sunday was nothing funny for die-hard fans. Now, the resilient Nuggets may end up having the last laugh.