It’s a tradition older than words on a page, passing our games and traditions down the pipe. In today’s modern sports era, having a father or mother in a professional sports league seems to heavily increase the odds that there might be offspring in the mix. While there are legendary familial duos in sports who have even taken the field together, (hi, Ken Griffeys Sr and Jr., LeBron James would like to speak to you about Bronny) there are also simply legacies that are handed down from father or mother to daughter or son.
Nathaniel Hackett's bringing sexy back.
He's bringing fun back.
And he's bringing deep bombs from John Elway to Ed McCaffrey back. Or at least the 2022 rendition.
Justin Michael is joined by veteran NFL reporter, Ed Werder, of ESPN. Throughout the episode, Ed goes over his Colorado roots and reminisces about his early years in the journalism industry. A native of Longmont, Colorado, Ed explains how he never actually planned on moving to Dallas but unique circumstances eventually led him to the Cowboys beat. Later in the episode, Ed goes over his expectations for CSU Rams legend Michael Gallup, and talks about what needs to change for the Cowboys to have success in 2020. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
Numbers reflect reality -- the reality that Mike Shanahan's resume isn't just Ring of Fame-worthy, but deserving of Pro Football Hall of Fame recognition, too.
If Christian McCaffrey returns home to play for the Denver Broncos it would be the greatest homecoming in Colorado sports since Chauncey Billups returned to the Nuggets in 2008.
It was another busy seven days in Broncos Country, including thumb surgery for the No. 1 QB, the announcement of three new Ring of Famers and an 2016 over-under season win total for the defending Super Bowl champs that has shocked more than a few Orange & Blue backers.
Tuesday Max McCaffrey, son of an all-time great Denver Bronco, got to showcase himself in front of some familiar faces in hopes of landing an NFL job in April.
The Denver Broncos lost Sunday afternoon 27-24 to the Indianapolis Colts thanks in part to terrible first half offense and partly to dumb defensive penalties late in the fourth quarter. They started out down 17-0; the offense couldn’t do anything and Indy scored three times. But just before halftime, Omar Bolden was able to return a punt 83 yards for...
There are plenty of questions when it comes to the Denver Broncos. More specifically, the roster and the battle for spots on the field. As we get closer to training camp (thank goodness), we will look at the story lines for specific position battles. Or in the case of of the third receiver, highlight who has the chance to shine...