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Jokic Back With Nuggets; 'Surprised' By Positive Coronavirus TestNuggets center Nikola Jokic is in Orlando with the team.
Coloradans Bet More Than $25 Million During First Month Of Legal Sports GamblingEven without many of our favorite sports, Coloradans still placed more than $25 million in bets during the first month of legal sports gambling.
Broncos News: Justin Simmons Signs Franchise Tag TenderBroncos safety Justin Simmons signed his franchise tag tender, a source confirmed to CBS4 on Tuesday. 
Muirfield Village Golf Club Profile: Jack Nicklaus's 'Total Vision'Muirfield Village Golf Club, designed by Jack Nicklaus and host of this year's Workday Charity Open and Memorial Tournament, remains a PGA Tour favorite.
Nathan MacKinnon Named Finalist For Ted Lindsay AwardAvalanche center Nathan MacKinnon, NHL leading scorer Leon Draisaitl of the Oilers, and Rangers winger Artemi Panarin have been named finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award.
U.S. Olympic And Paralympic Committee Launching Multi-Sport Concussion Education Series With TeachAidsThe first course in the series is CrashCourse Brain Fly-Through in which the viewer is taken on a journey through the brain by world mountain biking champion Kate Courtney.
Charlie Blackmon Returns To Colorado Rockies After Recovering From CoronavirusAll-Star outfielder Charlie Blackmon, the first major league player known to have tested positive for the coronavirus, returned to the Colorado Rockies for his first workout Monday after getting the all clear to rejoin his teammates.
Colorado Rapids Lose For First Time This YearReal Salt Lake extended its dominance of Colorado with a 2-0 win Sunday night.
WNBA Season Opens July 25 With Weekend Dedicated To Black Lives Matter MovementThe league's opening weekend will see players using their voices and uniforms to raise awareness and seek justice for women and girls who have been the forgotten victims of police brutality and racial violence.
'Shorter Races, More Exciting Formats, Bring To Life Driver Personalities': CBS To Air Superstar Racing Experience In 2021A brand-new racing series is coming to CBS in the summer of 2021 brought to you by a group that includes NASCAR Hall of Famers Ray Evernham and Tony Stewart.
Denver Broncos Safety Justin Simmons Expected To Sign Franchise TagDenver Broncos safety Justin Simmons is expected to sign his franchise tag that will pay him $11.441 million for the 2020 season.
'He's Stronger': Pro Golfer Bryson DeChambeau's Strength Coach Talks Big ChangeBryson DeChambeau not only won for the 6th time in his career but he averaged more than 350 yards per drive setting a PGA tournament record. Bryson celebrated by coming to Englewood to work with his strength coach Greg Roskopf.


Denver Broncos: What’s Phillip Lindsay’s long-term future with the team?The Denver Broncos have a decision to make on 2018 undrafted free agent running back Phillip Lindsay following this year. Running back Phillip Lindsay has come a long way for the Denver Broncos in just two years. He had a very successful first two seasons after he was signed as an undrafted free...
Denver Broncos: Predicting a Possible Justin Simmons ContractPredicting a possible contract for Justin Simmons and the Denver Broncos. Justin Simmons, the All-Pro safety for the Denver Broncos,will be a part of the team for the 2020 season. While Simmons has been very forthcoming about his intentions to not hold out, even if that meant playing on the franchi...
Colorado Avalanche: Peace During Turmoil: The New NHL CBAAs the old saying goes "The Devil is in the details", how will the details of the new Union agreement affect the Colorado Avalanche resuming play and going forward? Stemming from union disputes that predate the Colorado Avalanche, the term "NHL Labor Relations" has been viewed a...
Colorado Rockies must-see: Tony Wolters donates his hair for good causeColorado Rockies catcher Tony Wolters revealed that he grew out his hair during the hiatus from baseball in order to donate it a Michigan charity. If you look at the picture above, you'll notice that Tony Wolters' hair grew quite a bit while the Colorado Rockies and the rest of Major Leag...
Denver Broncos: 3 players the team can not afford to opt out of 2020If players can opt-out of the 2020 season, the Denver Broncos will pray it's none of these three. We've seen it in other sports, so we will probably see it in the NFL -- players will likely opt-out of the 2020 season, whatever that ends up looking like. Especially if the NFL loses game...