Sacred cows were scarce when Broncos general manager John Elway dug out from the wreckage of that Super Bowl blistering by the Seahawks.
After winning one of the most thrilling and wackiest bowl games in recent memory, the Colorado State Rams football team isn’t watching its highlight reels.
At Dove Valley the Denver Broncos have already handed the starting running back job to Montee Ball, so now it’s a battle of backups.
Peyton Manning has thrown 100 touchdown passes in his two seasons in Denver. Although the five-time MVP has another group of tantalizing targets with the additions of Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer, the Broncos want more balance in 2014.
If Kapri Bibbs is going to make the Denver Broncos final roster at the end of training camp this summer he’s likely going to have to beat out some stiff competition.
Kapri Bibbs was bypassed in the NFL draft despite leading the nation with 31 touchdown runs in his single season at Colorado State. Yet, he insists he’s glad he turned pro.
The Denver Broncos have signed college free agents Kapri Bibbs and Shaquil Barrett from Colorado State University.
Colorado State football coach Jim McElwain says he hasn’t been contacted about the Louisville head coaching job, although he acknowledged he’s flattered that the Rams’ quick turnaround has drawn attention.
Kapri Bibbs ran for 169 yards on 27 carries and three touchdowns and quarterback Garrett Grayson threw for 369 yards and two touchdowns as the Rams won the New Mexico Bowl.
Two teams led by strong quarterbacks will make their first college football bowl game appearance in years when they face off in the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21.