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.
The night before 9/11 most of the attention in Colorado was on a football game and an injury to one of the Broncos best and most popular players.
It’s starting to look more likely that Kyle Orton will be in a Denver Broncos uniform and starting on Week 1 of the NFL’s regular season. Former wide receiver Ed McCaffrey shared his thoughts on the team’s quarterback situation.
Former Denver Bronco Ed McCaffrey hasn’t gone far from the game of football. This weekend he held his annual “Dare to Play” camp.
A requirement that youth athletic coaches receive increased training in recognizing concussions has cleared an important step in the Colorado Senate.
Former Denver Bronco’s Wide Receiver Ed McCaffrey showed his support for Senate Bill 40, the “Jake Snakenberg Youth Concussion Act.”
A youth concussion legislation news conference is scheduled for Thursday at the state Capitol before a bill that helps to keep young athletes active and safe will be introduced in committee.