Xfinity Monday Live
Hillman played his college ball at San Diego State and he played youth football for a fellow by the name of Calvin Broadus — a.k.a. Snoop Dog, who recently changed his name to Snoop Lion.
Former Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins says he’s finding life after football enjoyable and admits he’s thought about the Hall of Fame. Dawkins was CBS4′s guest on Xfinity Monday Live!
Coaching turnover happens in every sport, especially in the NFL. But there’s something to be said for cohesion as head coaches probably would like their staff to be intact for a few years.
It’s official — the Colorado Rockies have the worst pitching staff in baseball.
Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil might have one of the most frustrating jobs at Dove Valley right now because his job is to get to the quarterback, but he can’t touch Peyton Manning.
Broncos star running back Terrell Davis stopped by CBS4 studios to be the guest on Xfinity Monday Live! He touched on various topics such as Peyton Manning, the state of the running back situation, and his signature barbeque sauce.
Tom Nalen says he’s dropped 65 pounds since his playing days as a Pro Bowl center for Denver. He was the special guest on Xfinity Monday Live!, just hours after Broncos general manager Brian Xanders was let go.
Brandon Stokley says it feels great practicing with Peyton Manning again and hopes he can help out the younger receivers this upcoming season.
With Manning announcing that he wants to come to Denver, it was only natural for CBS4 to get former and current Broncos players to be the guests on Xfinity Monday Live! Enter former wide receiver Ed McCaffrey and current defensive end Robert Ayers.
University of Denver lacrosse and hockey coaching legends Bill Tierney and George Gwozdecky responded to questions on a variety of topics.