Former Denver Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe was in Denver on Thursday to be the keynote speaker for a Junior League of Denver event, but he also found some time to talk about football.
Longtime analyst and former Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe will not return to CBS’ “The NFL Today” pregame show.
Jacob Tamme was the OTHER free agent who chose Denver as his destination last year after making a name for himself in Indianapolis.
For the first time ever, all four Hall of Fame members of the Denver Broncos gathered under one roof – an old hangar at what used to be Lowry Air Force Base – and they were there to honor team owner Pat Bowlen.
More than 15 years later, the words “Jacksonville Jaguars” still hit like a cold splash of water around Denver, especially during playoff time.
The first private rocket used to send supplies to the International Space Station launched this week and hundreds of families have a very personal interest in the mission.
It turns out the season really is over Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow after he declined an invitation to appear on CBS’s NFL Today this Sunday.
Shannon Sharpe patted his bust on the head Saturday before saying, “All these years later, it makes me proud when people call me a self-made man.”
A few months ago former Bronco Shannon Sharpe contacted CBS4′s Gary Miller with a simple request — come up with a highlight tape he could show at his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction.
Shannon Sharpe, former Denver Broncos tight end, is the 4th former Bronco to be elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Sharpe was voted in Sunday in his third year of eligibility.