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31 years after he made the most-famous catch in Denver sports, Mark Jackson remembers every play from "The Drive."
J.T. the Brick, host of the official Oakland Raiders podcast, dishes on the biggest tasks awaiting Jon Gruden as the coach returns to Oakland after a lengthy coaching hiatus.
Amy Trask of CBS Sports discusses the hiring of Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and discusses the likelihood of Kirk Cousins coming to Denver.
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Jon Gruden is 1-7 lifetime against the Broncos as Raiders head coach. It might take him some time to get that fixed in his second stint in Oakland.
As fans and some media debate who's the better player, Thomas Harding remembers the 2013 MLB Draft that almost sent Kris Bryant to Colorado.
Buffaloes head coach Tad Boyle celebrates the growth of his young team after knocking off two Top-15 teams in three days.
Only one team in the country, Auburn, can say it defeated both the participants in the College Football Playoff Championship Game
The fiery Oklahoma signal-caller has fans salivating over the possibilities of seeing him wear Broncos orange, and Ryan Aber of The Oklahoman explained why Mayfield's intangibles make him a perfect candidate.
For the resurgent Avalanche, one player in particular has stood out: forward Nathan MacKinnon, who ranks fifth in the NHL in scoring with 48 points in 39 games.
Broncos center Matt Paradis knows the team's quarterback play has been subpar, but says, "I don't really blame them; I blame us as an offense -- there's your political answer."
Leary, on offseason changes: "A lot of guys you don't expect to be cut are released or traded. That happens; it's one of those things -- you hate it -- but it just sort of comes with the business."
Adam Gotsis talks about his 2017 campaign on the defensive line.
Ron Leary talks about potentially shuffling the Broncos' offensive line once again in 2018.