Watch Xfinity Monday Live With Broncos Tight End A.J. DerbySee video from Monday night's CBS4 Sports show!
Broncos Place RB Kapri Bibbs On IR, Sign Former Pro Bowl RB Justin ForsettWith running back Kapri Bibbs still in a boot after an ankle sprain during Sunday's game, the Denver Broncos claimed former Pro Bowl running back Justin Forsett off waivers Monday afternoon.
Struggling Avs Try To Get On Track During 4-Game TripSlumping Colorado forward Jarome Iginla experimented with a new stick at practice Monday. Anything to ignite a team that's constantly winding up on the short end of one this season.
Former Avalanche Player Marek Svatos Died Of OverdoseAuthorities say former Colorado Avalanche player Marek Svatos (SVAH'-tohs) died of a drug overdose.
Keidel: Are These Chiefs For Real?The Chiefs seem to be perennial contenders, but never quite good enough to make the Super Bowl. This season might be different.
College Football Bowl Game Match-ups, ScheduleThe college football bowl schedule is complete.
Denver Edges Weber State 57-55C.J. Bobbitt scored 17 points while hauling in 12 rebounds, and Joe Rosga hit the go-ahead bucket with 12 seconds remaining Saturday night to lift Denver past Weber State 57-55.
Roby's Pick 6 Helps Broncos Beat Jaguars 20-10Bradley Roby returned an interception 51 yards for a touchdown, helping the Denver Broncos beat the mistake-prone Jacksonville Jaguars 20-10 on Sunday and gain ground in the AFC playoff picture.
Buffs To Face Oklahoma State In Alamo BowlThe University of Colorado Buffaloes football team will face Oklahoma State in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
CSU To Face Idaho In Famous Idaho Potato BowlThe Colorado State University Rams football team has accepted an invitation to the 20th Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
Harris One Of Only 5 With Multiple INTs Last 5 YearsBroncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. is one of only five players with multiple interceptions in each of the last five season.
WATCH: Devontae Booker Shrugs Off Tacklers On Impressive TD RunThe TD was the Broncos' first rushing TD in four games and was Booker's second of the year and his young career.