Thursday, January 17, 2019


MHS’ Best of 2018: 25 of the year’s most terrific tales

25 of the best stories that Mile High Sports had to offer in 2018.
Player holding a bat after swing

Larry Walker’s long trek to Cooperstown is gaining ground

If Walker is able to keep his percentage above 57.5 by the time the votes are finished and announced on Jan. 22nd, he will almost certainly be inducted next year in his 10th and final time.
Mike McCarthy. Credit: Jake Roth, USA TODAY Sports.

No more coordinators: Broncos next head coach needs top-dog experience

The Broncos have tried and failed multiple times with unproven coordinators as head coaches. This time, Denver needs to hire a head coach with previous experience, and there are multiple candidates out there.



Opinion: Daniel Murphy can rake, but his past comments are tough to ignore

Daniel Murphy is career .299 hitter and has been to the playoffs four times, but on multiple occasions the middle infielder has made homophobic comments.
Case Keenum scrambles. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

The case for Case: Why Broncos shouldn’t sign a free agent QB in 2019

Examining why the Broncos should keep Case Keenum as the starting quarterback for one more season.
Von Miller after his record-setting sack. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Von Miller takes over as the greatest sack artist in Broncos history

Miller's the greatest sack master in Broncos history, and likely the best defender in Denver history, too.

ESPN report shows Denver stadium food is among the worst in pro sports

Denver sports fans might want to think twice before they eat at the stadium.

Lost Cause: Sunday’s Broncos loss was earned when Elway chose Joseph over Shanahan

The Broncos' humiliating loss to the 49ers didn't end their playoff hopes -- that happened long ago.

Bradley Chubb sets franchise record for sacks by a rookie

Bradley Chubb has been everything that the Denver Broncos hoped he would be when the team selected him with the No. 5 overall pick last spring.

Von Miller selected as Denver’s Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee

Von Miller is known for terrorizing quarterbacks, but the former No. 2 overall pick is making a serious impact in the community as well.
Brandon Marshall with Demaryius Thomas. Credit: Isaiah J. Downing, USA TODAY Sports.

Brandon Marshall calls Colin Kaepernick’s blackballing by the NFL ‘disgusting’

Brandon Marshall continues to advocate for longtime friend Colin Kaepernick. Marshall's thoughts on why Kaep is still out of the league are certainly interesting.

Garett Bolles on Phillip Lindsay: “He’s like the Energizer Bunny”

Garett Bolles admires Phillip Lindsay's attitude and grit.

Improved Bolles leads Broncos’ patchwork O-line

Since the Broncos’ offensive line suffered a series of devastating injuries, Bolles has played the best football of his young career.