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  • Rapids part ways with coach Mastroeni

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — The Colorado Rapids have “parted ways” with coach Pablo Mastroeni. The Rapids are 6-12, the second-worst record in Major League Soccer. Mastroeni was appointed coach before the 2014 season, posting a 39-54-35 record. He led the team to the Western Conference title last season. We would like to thank Pablo for his contributions to the club as a player, technical advisor & head coach. We wish him the best. — Colorado Rapids (@ColoradoRapids) August 15, […]

  • Broncos return to field after first off day of training camp

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos returned to the practice field Wednesday after their first off day of training camp. Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian returned with the hope of taking the lead in the quarterback competition. The result was more inconsistent play, according to coach Vance Joseph. “I think every player is going through some of that in training camp,” Joseph said. “Obviously, the quarterback is a big discussion. Every player, if you grade the film, has had good plays […]

  • Broncos try to replace Shane Ray; no front-runner in quarterback competition

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos are three days into their 2017 training camp. Here are the top story lines. Replacing Shane Ray Replacing a stater is no easy task. On Friday, the Broncos learned linebacker Shane Ray will miss six to eight weeks with a torn ligament in his wrist. “He’s going to be back probably Week 2, at the latest,” coach Vance Joseph said. “As far as going forward, [outside linebacker Kasim] Edebali will be the first will backer […]

  • Shane Ray out 6-8 weeks with torn ligament in wrist

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have lost starting linebacker Shane Ray for six to eight weeks because of a torn ligament in his wrist, coach Vance Joseph said Friday. It’s another blow for the Broncos just two days into training camp after linebacker Shaq Barrett injured his hip during the offseason.

  • Paxton Lynch gets reps with starters on second day of Broncos training camp

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —  The first day of Broncos training camp was Trevor Siemian’s to start practice. On Friday at the second day, it was Paxton’s Lynch’s turn. “Paxton is Paxton,” coach Vance Joseph said. “He is playing ball. He’s improving every day. Both guys are improving every day. The offense — I love it because we’re in attack mode all the time. That’s what I want. “That’s my vision for the offense; it’s to attack defenses at all times and […]

  • Erik Jones to leave Furniture Row Racing in 2018

    DENVER — Furniture Row Racing No. 77 Erik Jones will leave the team in 2018, it was announced Tuesday. BREAKING: @erik_jones will drive the No. 20 for @JoeGibbsRacing in 2018. @CopaCavanna will have the details on #RaceHub. 6p ET on @FS1. — FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) July 11, 2017 “Regarding today’s announcement that Erik Jones will drive in the NASCAR Cup Series for Joe Gibbs Racing starting in 2018, Furniture Row Racing’s commitment to Jones and the No. 77 team […]

  • Nuggets reportedly sign Paul Millsap to 3-year, $90 million deal

    DENVER — The Nuggets signed free agent power forward Paul Millsap to a three-year, $90 million deal, it was widely reported Sunday night. Millsap, 32, has averaged 14.2 points and 7.5 rebounds in 11 seasons with Atlanta and Utah. An all-star each of the past four seasons, Millsap will bring the Nuggets a proven veteran to play along with young players such as Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray and Gary Harris. The sides met Sunday to finalize the deal, which can’t be […]

  • Rockies send 4 to All-Star Game

    DENVER — Four Colorado Rockies are selected to this year’s All-Star Game. Third baseman Nolan Arenado and outfield Charlie Blackmon were voted in as starters. They will be joined by infielder D.J. LeMahieu and right-hander Greg Holland, who were voted in as reserves. It is Arenado’s third All-Star selection and his first as a starter. Nolan Arenado wins a tight race to nab the starting NL 3B role for the 1st time in his career – his 3rd #ASG selection. […]

  • Von Miller hosts annual football camp

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The second annual Von Miller youth ProCamp was held on Tuesday at Englewood High School. Miller and the Broncos finished organized team activities and broke for summer vacation last week. The camp has more than 550 young football players learning from the Super Bowl 50 Most Valuable Player. VOn Miller @ProCamps underway at Englewood HS. @KDVR Fox31 proud to be an official media sponsor. — Nick Griffith (@NickGriffithTV) June 20, 2017 Von Miller tossing TDs to […]

  • Martin Truex Jr. finishes sixth, wins 2 stages at Michigan

    BROOKLYN, Mich. — Denver-based Furniture Row Racing battled hard in Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Martin Truex Jr. placed sixth and teammate Erik Jones finished 13th. Truex won the first two stages of the race. “Without a shadow of a doubt our No. 78 Auto-Owners Insurance Toyota was the best car out there,” Truex said. “But inside lane restarts at the end just killed us. “Unlike the outside lane, we just couldn’t get going each time we restarted in […]

  • 5 things to know as Broncos minicamp begins

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos participated in their first of three days of minicamps on Tuesday. Here are five things to know. New offense With the addition of new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy comes a new offensive system as well. There have been some bumps in the road while implementing the new schemes and formations, but coach Vance Joseph likes where the offense is. The communication of new schemes was a lot cleaner at the beginning of this week’s minicamp. […]

  • Pittsburgh Penguins win second consecutive Stanley Cup title

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — For the second year in a row, the Pittsburgh Penguins are Stanley Cup champions. Patric Hornqvist tapped in a shot off the elbow goalie Pekka Rinne with 1:35 to play and Carl Hagelin added an empty-net goal as the Penguins beat the Nashville Predators, 2-0, in Game 6 on Sunday night The Penguins became the first repeat champions in nearly 20 years. It’s the franchise’s fifth championship, tying it with the Edmonton Oilers for sixth-most in NHL history. Sidney […]