This year's NFL draft takes place on Thursday, with the Broncos selecting in the 31st slot -- a tough place to find an impact athlete. We hope John Elway and company beat the odds -- or at least make a better choice than the ones on the following list. Here's our top-ten roster of the ten worst fir ... More >>
With the 28th choice in last night's NFL draft, the Denver Broncos selected Sylvester Williams, a defensive tackle from North Carolina seen here. We won't be certain for years if this was a wise decision or a terrible one -- but we've already got a mighty good idea which players should be ranked as ... More >>
John Elway.This morning on 87.7 The Ticket, John Elway offered his most detailed and wide-ranging comments to date about the firing of Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels and the possibility of him taking on a new role in the organization. He doesn't aspire to be either head coach or gen ... More >>
Clay Rush during his AFL playing days.In recent years, the dangers of concussions has finally begun to receive serious attention across the sporting landscape. But a complaint filed in Denver District Court last week (read it here) alleges that this belated shift didn't take place in time to ... More >>
Kiernan MaletskyThe patio at Sand Creek Lounge, with astroturf from the Denver Dynamite, the city's first Arena Football team. Sand Creek Lounge turns 27 this weekend -- and it's been an eventful time. The first owner lost the bar when he sold cocaine to an undercover cop; the second lost it to noi ... More >>
Okay, at first glance, it looks the Broncos got the royal screw in the Jay Cutler trade. But I offer you three reasons why this could be one of the better deals Denver sports has seen. 1. We no longer have Cutler! This seems like a bad thing, but it is not. It is a good thing. Because although it's ... More >>
So it's pretty much the worst time in fifty years to run a sports league (NHL, anyone?). And women sports leagues have a tendency to go over like herpes at a makeout party (WUSA, anyone?). And leagues that feature a novel concept but a subpar product tend to die painful deaths (Arena Football, anyon ... More >>
From the week of January 5, 2006
Not all hopes will be crushed at the Crush open tryouts.
Ancient Jerry Rice could lend a mythic touch to the Broncos offense.
The Crush is ready for its close-up.
Colorado Crush rumbles into the Pepsi Center
John Elway, owner, wants to throw a touchdown with Arena football.
Orange you glad to see me?
A contest puts the Crush on local football fans.
What if things were just a little different for quarterback Mike Perez?