Xfinity Monday Live
New University of Colorado Buffaloes head football coach Mike MacIntyre said the last couple of months have been crazy as he had little time to get things together for his new team.
Despite not being in the game, Denver Broncos tight end Joel Dreessen definitely watched the Super Bowl. He said watching football is one of his favorite things to do when he’s not playing in a game.
Walt Weiss made the huge jump from high school manager at Regis Jesuit High School to the majors, and CBS4’s Vic Lombardi asked Weiss how he’s going to make the transition.
Denver Broncos fans still feel like they’ve been run over by a truck and cornerback Chris Harris said he’s not been sleeping well after the heartbreaking loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams is a 9-year veteran of the NFL and on Saturday he will be playing in his first-ever playoff game. It’s safe to say, he’s very excited.
Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey usually keeps pretty quiet when it comes to talking about how good the team is, but now he says the Broncos have the “potential” to be Super Bowl champions.
Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams said when he came back to the team from serving his suspensions he was a little worried about how he would fit in with the defense that has been playing really well.
Some football players do the dirty work down in the trenches, while others take in the glory of scoring touchdowns. On Sunday against Tampa Bay Broncos defensive tackle Mitch Unrein got to do both.
The Broncos are on a six-game winning streak with a chance to make it seven against the Buccaneers, but wide receiver Eric Decker believes the team should be a little bit critical of the Chiefs game at the same time as looking ahead to the Bucs.
Defensive tackle Justin Bannan said he’s very happy to have his good friend D.J. Williams back on the team after he served two suspensions.