In a way, the Broncos’ 34-13 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers was their bottle episode.
They always say, "Next man up." But what happens when you run out of next men? The Broncos might be at that point if their COVID-19 woes get any worse.
COVID-19 has rocked the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers this week. But at this moment, it is the Broncos who are trending in the wrong direction.
Despite taking extra precautions, COVID-19 hit the Denver Broncos hard on Wednesday.
But thanks to the new NFL protocols, the Broncos have a chance to get multiple players back before Sunday’s game against the Chargers.
Justin Michael is joined by Team DNVR Athlete, David Roddy, of CSU Men’s Basketball. Throughout the episode the two discuss the holidays and how the Rams have managed to deal with a difficult situation after such a hot start to the season. Roddy explains what he’s doing differently this time around and what he learned from the Covid pause in…
COVID-19 has swept across the NFL this week.
So far, the Broncos have been relatively unscathed.
That's made Vic Fangio "relieved, but nervous."
Denver's injuries, however, are a different story.
Pat Shurmur might not call plays against the Eagles. Vic Fangio won't say who will. Whoever gets the call will be tasked with finding the same success the Broncos had last Sunday in Dallas.
“It’s showing true concern and care for not only us as players, but us as human beings," Teddy Bridgewater said.
When Shelby Harris sat down for a Zoom conference call with Denver-area media on Friday, he was loquacious, thoughtful, intelligent and quick with a smile -- just as he usually is in those surroundings.
After losing 31-3, Vic Fangio was disappointed in his quarterbacks and himself for the situation the Broncos were in on Sunday.
Here's the event that led to Denver having to play an NFL game without a single quarterback.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — It was supposed to be an exciting 48 hours for the Colorado State faithful. Unfortunately, though, due to COVID-19 issues in both the CSU men’s basketball and football programs, fans of the green and gold will now be stuck watching mediocre NFC East football on Thanksgiving like everyone else. On Wednesday afternoon, Football Scoop broke the…
Justin Michael talks about the disappointing news that CSU men’s basketball will have to shut down for at least two weeks after two players tested positive for COVID-19. Justin goes over how it will impact the schedule for the Rams and gives his takes on what college basketball should do as whole. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher…
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — When Colorado State and Fresno State kick off on CBS Sports Network Thursday night, Steve Addazio will finally be making his debut as head coach of the Rams. After 10 full months of putting in work behind the scenes, practicing, and at times managing a circus worth of distractions for his team, Addazio has a chance…...
Justin Michael gives his thoughts on Colorado State’s home opener being cancelled. Throughout the episode, Justin plays audio from Steve Addazio and explains why he doesn’t think CU would be willing to play the Rams in 2020. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
Justin Michael goes over how difficult it has been for Colorado State football to prepare for New Mexico with an ever-changing roster. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
For the moment, the Broncos' revised plans for Week 6 remain without further change. Despite the reports of a positive COVID-19 test on the Patriots' roster, the Broncos' weekend in New England is on, with the team's Saturday plans to fly northeast unaffected.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — For the first time since Colorado State University published the findings of the independent investigation into the football program, Steve Addazio met with the local media via Microsoft Teams earlier this week. Addazio, 61, answered questions for 30 minutes, ranging from his perspective on the investigation to what he has seen from his players in the…...
The problem is that there is only so much improvisation and adjustment that can be done before it begins exacting a toll on the legitimacy of a season.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State University has officially released the results of the independent investigation conducted by the Kansas City-based firm Husch Blackwell. Here’s everything you need to know. Introduction In response to allegations of violations of improper COVID-19 procedures, as well as racism, verbal abuse, and player mistreatment, the law firm interviewed 115 individuals, including 49 current and former…