Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Eight months ago, a teary-eyed Rahim Moore stood in Denver’s hushed locker room and took the blame for the Broncos’ playoff pratfall against the Baltimore Ravens.
The victim of a car burglary over the holiday weekend says she partially blames the bag policy that’s in place at Sports Authority Field at Mile High for what happened to her.
One week ago Denver Broncos fans experienced the new NFL policy on bags at Sports Authority Field — no purses, no backpacks and no camera bags. Now it turns out those football fans aren’t the only ones impacted.
Giant banners of Joe Flacco hang from the stadium in Denver, where nobody needed the larger-than-life reminders that his 70-yard touchdown toss in the final minute of regulation ruined the Broncos’ Super Bowl hopes.
Police are increasing their presence at the annual Rocky Mountain Showdown between Colorado and Colorado State.
A man fell from the escalator at Sports Authority Field at Mile High during Thursday night’s Denver Broncos preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Ryan Lindley threw for two touchdowns for Arizona in a 32-24 victory over Denver on Thursday night that capped a wild offseason for the Broncos.
Joe Flacco looms larger than life in Denver, and not just because he engineered the stunning upset of the Broncos in the playoffs that propelled the Baltimore Ravens to the Super Bowl title.
Connor Wood emerged from spring ball as the Colorado Buffaloes’ starting quarterback for the second straight season. Unlike last year, he kept that title in the fall, fending off flashy freshman Sefo Liufau.
Whose house is it anyway? Huge banners featuring quarterbacks Peyton Manning and — Joe Flacco? — have been hung outside Sports Authority Field at Mile High.