Every Wednesday and Sunday we collect and recap interesting items from all around the Denver sports universe.
With Broncos training camp set to start up next week, there are many questions left to be answered — particularly at quarterback.
But what other stories caught our attention?
Joby Branion Represented Von Miller the Right Way
Denver Broncos LB Von Miller’s agent, Joby Branion joined Jay Mohr Sports to discuss his client’s new contract. While neither of them were pleased the negotiations were so public, they are definitely happy with the outcome.
Ultimate Guide to Picking the Right Rockies Jersey
Our newest staff writer, Andrew Krehbiel, shares his guide for selecting the right Colorado Rockies jersey for 2016. First rule? No retired players! Read more >>>
Deadline Arrives on Mile High Naming Rights
There are still five football seasons remaining under the current Mile High naming contract, so whoever buys the rights from bankrupt Sports Authority would take over the existing contractual payments of about $6 million for each of the final years on the deal.
Buffs DB Awuzie: ‘There’s A Big Storm Coming’
A year ago, Chidobe Awuzie toiled in near obscurity, flying under the radar as much as one can when he is the starting cornerback/nickelback for a Pac-12 football team.
But this year, with an outstanding junior season in the rearview mirror and his fourth year as a starter for the Colorado Buffaloes on the immediate horizon, Awuzie is starting to get the attention his coach believes he deserves. Read more >>>
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Time for the Rockies to Trade CarGo?
Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline is fast approaching, and with it a difficult decision on the fate of All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez.
Should he stay or should he go? That’s the question the Colorado Rockies front-office is likely giving serious weight to right now.
BSN Denver: Breaking Down the Film on Trevor Siemian
After a promising preseason and encouraging 2016 practices, here we are talking about Siemian as a potential starter despite 99-percent of fans and media barely even knowing anything about the guy. BSN Denver breaks down the film on Trevor Siemian.
ICYMI: Remembering the UFC’s Denver Roots
For the crowd inside the old McNichols Sports Arena back in November of 1993, it would have been almost impossible to imagine all of the UFC’s current success.
The city of Denver has played host to five nationally televised UFC pay-per-view events, but UFC 1 was certainly the most historically significant. Read more >>>