After Jim McElwain stepped down Thursday as head football coach of the CSU Rams, the school’s interim athletic director called the head coaching gig at CSU a “dream job.”
For his efforts to assist low-income women in Cambodia and end sex-trafficking there, Denver Broncos guard Ben Garland has been named the team’s Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year.
A day after the Denver Broncos escaped with a 24-17 win at home against the Kansas City Chiefs — their second nail-biter to open the season — coach John Fox addressed the turnover that never was.
A year ago during the NFL’s free agency period a fax machine fiasco left a sour taste in the mouths of Broncos fans. It might be for that reason that the Broncos brass are taking a no-nonsense approach this year.
He may not be saying it, but Denver Broncos coach John Fox’s body language indicates he has some serious concerns about the potential suspension that might be looming for Von Miller, according to Ed McCaffrey.
Ed McCaffrey’s “Dare To Play” camp for children with Down syndrome has become a rite of early summer in Denver, and nobody has more fun playing the game of football.
Coaching turnover happens in every sport, especially in the NFL. But there’s something to be said for cohesion as head coaches probably would like their staff to be intact for a few years.
Broncos star running back Terrell Davis stopped by CBS4 studios to be the guest on Xfinity Monday Live! He touched on various topics such as Peyton Manning, the state of the running back situation, and his signature barbeque sauce.
With Manning announcing that he wants to come to Denver, it was only natural for CBS4 to get former and current Broncos players to be the guests on Xfinity Monday Live! Enter former wide receiver Ed McCaffrey and current defensive end Robert Ayers.
Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey was the special guest on CBS4’s Xfinity Monday Live! and of course one of the main topics of the show was Tim Tebow.