The Denver Broncos have released their regular season schedule that includes five nationally televised games and matchups with seven playoff teams from last year.
University of Denver freshman lacrosse faceoff man Trevor “The Beast” Batiste leads the country in faceoff percentage, winning more than 71 percent of his draws.
NBA Global Ambassador and former Denver Nugget Dikembe Mutombo stopped by CBS4 studios to promote the NBA Cares’ Hoops for Troops program, and also have some fun with CBS4’s Vic Lombardi.
If there’s a dramatic improvement in Colorado Rockies pitching this season it’s because they have an extra coach behind the plate in new arrival Nick Hundley.
Colorado Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog is only 22 and he’s already been captain of the team for three seasons. But he said he never stops learning.
Colorado Rockies closer LaTroy Hawkins has yet to allow a run in spring training. Of course he’s only pitched two innings, but it happens to be his final spring training.
He has yet to play in a game in spring training, but shortstop Troy Tulowitzki remains the most talented and popular of the Colorado Rockies — and now he’s 30 years old.
Just because Denver’s season is over it doesn’t mean Broncos fans who like to gamble still can’t win some money on the team. Sportsbooks in Las Vegas actually have odds on who will be the Broncos’ next head coach.
CBS4’s Vic Lombardi has confirmed the Denver Broncos and head coach John Fox have agreed to part ways.
Unlike baseball players who have easy access to a bathroom in the clubhouse through a hallway in the dugout, pro football players can find themselves in a bit a pickle when nature calls while on the sidelines during a game.