John Elway is looking to free agency for his fix at quarterback following a season in which all three of his drafted QBs fell flat in Denver.
After sitting out the playoffs in each of the last two years following their Super Bowl 50 triumph, the Broncos have apparently found their next signal-caller. Case Keenum plans to sign with Denver when free agency opens Wednesday, ESPN reported early Tuesday.
That would leave the Vikings, Cardinals and Jets vying to land ex-Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, who is expected to sign a record-breaking contract this week.
The 30-year-old Keenum is considered the second-best QB available on the open market. He guided Minnesota to the NFC championship game after replacing an injured Sam Bradford last season.
Keenum went 11-3 with 3,547 yards passing, 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions and threw that last-second heave to Stephon Diggs to stun the New Orleans Saints 29-24 in the playoffs.
The Vikings, who were subsequently blown out at Philadelphia in the conference championship, decided to let all three of their QBs — Keenum, Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater — test free agency.
With a sparkling new stadium, stacked roster and head coaching stability, the Vikings jumped to the head of the line of potential suitors for Cousins.
The Broncos, who own the fifth pick in next month’s NFL draft, also considered Cousins following a 5-11 season in which Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch all struggled behind a porous offensive line and questionable play-calling before Mike McCoy was replaced by Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator.
All three quarterbacks were draft picks by Elway, the Hall of Fame quarterback who has only had success at quarterback in free agency.
Six years ago, Elway landed Peyton Manning, the biggest free agent prize in NFL history, following his release by the Colts and a series of neck fusion surgeries.
Manning had a spectacular closing chapter in Denver, leading the Broncos to the playoffs in all four of his seasons, reaching two Super Bowls and winning one.
Manning retired a month after Denver’s 24-10 win over Carolina in Super Bowl 50, and Elway brought in veteran Mark Sanchez, then moved up to grab Lynch in the first round of the draft.
But it was Siemian, a seventh-rounder from Northwestern, who emerged as Manning’s surprise successor in 2016.
Gary Kubiak stepped down as head coach over health concerns following a 9-7 season that ended the Broncos’ five-year playoff run.
Siemian again handily beat out Lynch last summer, but the Broncos would cycle through their trio of homegrown QBs during a 5-11 season that nearly cost rookie head coach Vance Joseph his job.
Keenum is a player the Broncos know well because Kubiak, now the Broncos’ senior personnel adviser, coached him for two seasons while he was head coach of the Houston Texans.
Keenum would have veterans Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders as his targets in Denver after Elway chose not to release either of the expensive wide receivers.
At the NFL scouting combine this month, Elway said, "we’ll continue to look at all of the options out there when it comes to quarterback."
That included choosing among the draft prospects that include Josh Allen, Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield and others.
Despite his swings and misses at QB before, Elway said, "Believe me, I’m not done swinging and missing. Misses don’t bother me. We just have to figure out a way to get it right. That is what we are working on."
Siemian, Lynch and Chad Kelly, a seventh-rounder last year who sat out his rookie season with injuries, remain on the roster.
Elway insists the Broncos can get right back into the playoff picture with the right quarterback and tweaks to other areas of the roster.
"I still think we’re not too far away," Elway said at the combine. "Obviously, we have to get better at that (quarterback) position. We didn’t play well there last year. That doesn’t all go on the players. There were some things that we should have done differently that we didn’t do. I feel like we can get right back in the thick of the things rather quickly."
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DENVER — The former Colorado governor behind Denver’s historic snubbing of the Olympics and the man who spearheaded the effort to stop Boston from hosting the Olympics think Colorado voters should be able to weigh in on whether Denver should host the Winter Games.
Speaking at a community forum on Denver’s consideration of a possible 2030 bid on Saturday, former Gov. Dick Lamm said democracies make up their minds by voting and said lawmakers should put a referendum on the ballot this fall.
“Let’s vote,” Lamm, part of a newly formed Olympic opposition group, told the crowd of about 200.
In 1972, Lamm was a state lawmaker who helped lead a campaign to convince voters to reject funding for the 1976 Winter Games in Denver, making it the only city to ever walk away from a successful bid. Besides cost concerns, Lamm said Colorado now would also have to worry about having enough snow to host the games because of climate change.
No Boston Olympics co-chair Chris Dempsey also said Colorado voters should have a referendum, adding the International Olympic Committee “hates them.”
Dempsey called the Olympic bidding process the “world’s most expensive auction” and said that the promises that cities make to win Olympics usually can’t stand up to democratic scrutiny. He warned attendees that hosting the Olympics could mean giving up one lane of Interstate 70 — Colorado’s often crowded highway to the mountains — to Olympic officials, including royal members of the IOC, and said it would be impossible to avoid having taxpayers be responsible for budget overruns despite the promises to the contrary.
“Bid books are the greatest fiction ever written,” Dempsey said.
Steve McConahey, a member of a committee convened by Denver Mayor Michael Hancock to study whether Denver should pursue an Olympic bid, said the committee will not include any taxpayer subsidies in its budget plans and that insurance would cover any unexpected expenses.
While Olympic exploratory chairman Rob Cohen said that the IOC recently told Scion, Switzerland, that it would look at allowing insurance to cover a limited amount of cost overruns, Dempsey said such insurance coverage does not exist.
The Olympic exploratory committee is expected to make a recommendation to Hancock and Gov. John Hickenlooper on whether to pursue an Olympic bid in early May. Committee chair Rob Cohen told the audience that the committee will discuss whether to ask for a vote as part of its deliberations.
After the forum, Lamm said there are no talks underway to introduce a referendum and that it would be better if the committee and Olympic opponents jointly ask state lawmakers for one.
However, state lawmakers finish up their session around the same time that the Olympic committee will be making its recommendation, making it unlikely there would be enough time for lawmakers to agree to pursue a possible joint request. Olympic opponents still have the option to collect signatures to put their own measure on the ballot.
Dylan McCaffrey (10) took a redshirt his freshman season at Michigan. (
Michigan quarterback Dylan McCaffrey and his brothers are being called heroes this week after they rescued a man who fell 25 feet climbing in Colorado.
According to KDVR-TV, the Fox affiliate in Denver, Colorado, McCaffrey and his older brothers Max and Christian were climbing in Castle Rock when 72-year-old Dan Smoker fell trying to climb down.
"I heard what sounded like a shoe slipping on some rock and then I heard him say, ‘Oh,’" Elijah Smoker, the 13-year-old grandson who accompanied Smoker on the trip, told KDVR.
"It sounded like this voice, and then I turn around about halfway through his fall and I see him hit the ground."
Seven people were there to call for help, including the McCaffreys, and comfort the grandson.
Smoker suffered life-threatening injuries, according to the report, including a broken neck, fractured femur, fractured pelvis, nine broken ribs and bleeding from his abdomen and brain.
"It was such a crazy experience," Elijah Smoker said. "But the McCaffreys changed how the story went. I can’t thank them enough."
On Sunday Smoker’s son, Dan, thanked the McCaffrey brothers publicly, writing on Twitter: "Yesterday, they helped save my dad’s life. after he fell off of Castle Rock. They comforted my son when he was alone. Then showed up to the hospital to check in.
"This (Ohio State football) fan may be torn come November 24."
Not pictured – @dcaf20 – he was there to help when my dad fell, but had to head back to @UMichFootball before this picture. This @OhioStateFB fan may be torn come November 24. https://t.co/1pvMPRboJq
— Dan Smoker (@dsmokexu) March 6, 2018
Christian McCaffrey played football at Stanford, while Max McCaffrey played at Duke and went on to crack the practice squad with the NFL’s Green Bay Packers.
Dylan McCaffrey, meanwhile, redshirted his freshman season at Michigan and is expected to be involved in a quarterback competition this spring and fall.
McCaffrey was recruited to Michigan from Castle Rock, Colorado, where he was a consensus four-star prospect and ranked as the sixth-best quarterback in the 2017 recruiting class.
Bill Murray’s son Luke is an assistant coach for Xavier. (Charlie Riedel | AP Photo)
David Zalubowski, The Associated Press
NHL math doesn’t add up when it comes to the league’s standings, but the Nashville Predators nonetheless extended their winning streak to nine games over the Avalanche with Sunday’s 4-3 overtime triumph at the Pepsi Center. For the Preds, it’s a win in the win column. For the Avs, it goes down as a tie.
Nashville, which sits atop the Western Conference with 93 points, has now won five consecutive games in Denver, but for the Avs, they are 0-4-1 during that stretch.
Colorado (76 points) hasn’t defeated the Preds since late in the 2015-16 season, with Nashville outscoring the Avs 38-20 in that stretch. The Avs lost at Nashville by 4-1 and 5-2 scores on Oct. 17 and Nov. 18, respectively. They host the Preds for the fourth and final meeting of the regular-season series March 16.
Sunday’s win was Nashville’s eighth consecutive, tying a club record.
Another concussion. Avs forward Colin Wilson missed the game with the head injury he sustained in Friday’s 7-1 victory over Minnesota. He is going through concussion protocol and is doubtful to travel with the team Monday when it embarks on a two-game trip.
Wilson had previously missed 13 games to three ailments (hip, lower-body, illness) and is the third Avs player to sustain a head injury within the last month. Goalies Jonathan Bernier and Andrew Hammond also have been out with head injuries, although Bernier is expected to come off injured reserve Monday and travel with the team to Chicago. Bernier has missed the last eight games.
Footnotes. Defenseman Nikita Zadorov, who had the Avs’ first goal, has three points (two goals) in his last four games. … Center Carl Soderberg has four points (two goals) in his last three outings. … Wilson is one of four Avs to have been drafted by Nashville. The others are forwards Gabriel Bourque and Vladislav Kamenev and defenseman Sam Girard. Kamenev and Girard were acquired from the Preds in the three-team Matt Duchene trade Nov. 5. … Referee Brad Watson of Highlands Ranch worked the game. Watson, 56, is the NHL’s oldest ref who recently signed up to work next season.
Broncos general manager John Elway said Wednesday that he expects Wolfe to remain with the team for the start of the 2018 campaign and make a full recovery from offseason neck surgery, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports. "Sounds like [Wolfe] is doing really well. He’s happy with the surgery so far," Elway said. "[Wolfe] is another one we plan on going forward with."
Elway’s comments mimicked what was suggested earlier Wednesday by head coach Vance Joseph, who said he "absolutely" wants to see Wolfe with the Broncos in 2018 and beyond, according to Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com. Wolfe, who signed a four-year, $36.7 million contract extension with Denver in January of 2016, was placed on injured reserve shortly after suffering a neck injury Nov. 26 against the Raiders, finishing the season with 31 tackles and two sacks in 11 contests. He was later diagnosed with spinal stenosis, but despite the severity of that condition, the 28-year-old dismissed the possibility of retirement. While he could remain limited or unavailable for the Broncos’ offseason program, Wolfe is expected to be back to full strength by the end of training camp and settle into a starting role at defensive end.
Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States attends a press conference on day 14 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 23, 2018 in Gangneung, Pyeongchang, South Korea.
It may have been a down year for Team USA at the Olympic Games in PyeongChang, but athletes from Colorado represented the Centennial State well. They brought home enough silver and gold to make Yukon Cornelius sing.
By The Numbers
Number of medals won by Coloradans.
Percentage of Team USA’s medals that were won by Coloradans.
Colorado Olympians who won Olympic medals in PyeongChang
The 22-year-old EagleVail skier was the big winner of the Games for Colorado — she took home gold in the giant slalom and won a silver medal in the alpine combined. Despite her two medals, she was disappointed to miss out on a repeat victory in the slalom, an event in which she was heavily favored. “Every single loss that I’ve ever had, I remember that feeling — ugh — so thoroughly,” Shiffrin said of her disappointment. “It’s like a piece of my heart breaks off and I can never get it back.”
The 17-year-old from Silverthorne — fresh off a late night Netflix binge-watching session — won the first gold medal for the U.S. during the PyeongChang Games, putting together an amazing final run in the snowboard slopestyle. Gerard became a huge hit, appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and having his hometown unofficially change its name in his honor.
The 23-year-old goaltender was a member of the Team USA’s gold-medal winning hockey team, that defeated Canada to with the first U.S. hockey gold in 20 years. Hensley shut out the Olympic athletes from Russia early in the tournament — and the images on her goalie mask became a talking point. However, the Lakewood native and Green Mountain High School grad did not get the start in the gold medal game.
The 23-year-old halfpipe skier from Aspen claimed the silver medal — although it took a massive performance from fellow American David Wise to edge him out for gold. During the event, Alex’s father Marcelo Ferreira recruited 50 school children from Seoul to sing and dance for his son in a magical moment in Phoenix Park.
In one of the most unlikely Olympic stories, Gibbs was discovered four years ago working out at a Denver gym. A friend told her she’d be good at the bobsled. Turns out Gibbs was great, as she earned a silver medal in the two-person bobsled, along with teammate Elana Meyers Taylor.
The 20-year-old first-time Olympian from Silverthorne won the silver medal in the Big Air competition — the second medal of the Games for the town of Silverthorne. And he did it be pulling of an incredible front side 1440 one-of-a-kind bloody Dracula grab.
It was a comeback story for Arielle Gold, the Steamboat Springs snowboarder, who won a bronze medal in the halfpipe. The 21-year-old Gold — a.k.a. the biggest Broncos fan at the Olympics — nearly quit snowboarding after suffering an injury during practice for the Sochi Games.
After one bobble cost her a medal in the super-G, the 33-year-old Vail skier won the bronze medal in what could be her final Olympic downhill race. The medal was some vindication for Vonn, who had been heckled by internet trolls in the lead-up to the Olympics. After her races, Vonn scattered her grandfathers ashes near the downhill course. After the Games, not everyone was convinced Vonn’s Olympic career is over.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Players throughout Major League Baseball wore caps with an "SD" logo Friday to honor the 17 victims of the recent mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
For Colorado Rockies minor leaguer Colton Welker, the gesture hit especially close to home.
Welker, a top infield prospect in the Rockies’ system, played for Stoneman Douglas’ state title team in 2016 and was a fourth-round draft pick by Colorado in June of that year. Along with Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo and Oakland Athletics minor league pitcher Jesus Luzardo, he’s one of three alumni of the Parkland high school playing in the Cactus League this spring.
Welker, called upon to pinch-hit by Rockies manager Bud Black in the eighth inning Friday, was robbed of a hit by Arizona’s Rey Fuentes in a line drive to center field. He came on to play third base and flied out to center field again in the 10th inning of the Diamondbacks’ 7-6 victory.
"There were definitely a lot of emotions after the tragedy,” Welker told ESPN after the game. "To come out here and get to strap it on with the big team felt good. The last time I wore this hat I was over there [in Parkland] playing baseball. That’s what got me here, so it meant a lot to me.
"I tried not to make it a big deal of it today. But it was very cool to be out there with these guys and watch them work and watch what the best do every day. It’s just a great experience being around them.”
Welker was friends with Parkland athletic director Chris Hixon and football coach Aaron Feis, both of whom died along with 14 students and a teacher in the Feb. 14 shooting. Feis, who was killed while throwing himself in front of students to protect them, was a security guard at the school and let Welker into the building each day.
As a middle school student in Parkland, Walker rode the bus to school each day with Nikolas Cruz, the gunman who confessed to the killings.
"All my friends are still down there,” Welker said. "My mom still lives down there. She says the town is quiet and it’s still healing. It’s going to take some time after something like that happens. But they’re doing a great job regrouping and staying together and staying strong. They’ll get back to school soon and get athletics going, and that will be good.”
Welker, ranked as the Rockies’ No. 7 prospect by ESPN’s Keith Law, has hit .341 with a .496 slugging percentage in his first two minor league stops with Grand Junction of the Pioneer League and Asheville of the South Atlantic. As he embarks upon his third professional season, his heart and mind are constantly with the people back home in Parkland.
"That’s where I want to raise my kids,” Welker said. "It’s the greatest place on earth. They have great schools all the way from elementary through high school. It’s a beautiful place to grow up. I’m beyond proud to say I’m from there.
"It’s sickening to know that our name is on the map for that, and not for the other great things that we’ve accomplished. But [baseball] is something I can use to help people, and maybe represent the school and lift people up even more.”
The Rockies were among many teams to wear the Stoneman Douglas caps Friday, with several managers taking time to reflect on how baseball can offer a diversion.
"Anytime people are hurting, and we know the community is hurting right now, baseball can sometimes play a part with the healing process," New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. "And so to honor them and try and have a little bit of thoughts and prayers, and our thoughts are with people who are hurting, it’s something small that it was cool to be a part of."
More than 2,500 of the Stoneman Douglas caps were ordered from New Era, MLB spokesman Steven Arrocho said, with many of them expected to be signed and auctioned off to benefit those affected by the shooting.
Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Friday’s gesture "puts everything in perspective."
"Wearing the hats today, I think that means a lot to all of us. It puts everything in perspective," Cora said. "Something that obviously, it gets your attention. My daughter turns 15 in a few weeks, and I got an email the other day from her school talking about them having a drill. That’s not normal."
Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, who was a Columbine High School sophomore at the time of the 1999 mass shooting, is pushing legislation that he says would protect students — by getting rid of gun restrictions in schools.
He has introduced the bill annually since he was elected in 2014, The Washington Times reported. Previous attempts have been turned down.
Neville, a Republican, told The Times the current law “creates a so-called gun free zone in every K-12 public school.”
Shepard Smith reads list of school shootings since Columbine
Under Colorado law, concealed-carry permit holders may bring firearms onto school property, according to The Times, but must keep them locked inside their vehicles.
“Time and time again we point to the one common theme with mass shootings, they occur in gun-free zones,” Neville told The Times.
He added law-abiding citizens should be able “to defend themselves and most importantly our children from the worst-case scenarios.”
The massacre on Valentine’s Day of last week in Florida has renewed a nationwide debate about gun violence and how to prevent mass shootings.
Nikolas Cruz, 19, was suspected of opening fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where he was a former student, killing 17 people and injuring more than a dozen others.
Neville has contended, according to The Times, that more of his classmates would have survived the attack if faculty had been armed. In April 1999, two teens killed 12 fellow students and a teacher before killing themselves inside Columbine High School, in Littleton, Colorado.
The congressman’s office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
DENVER — The road has not been kind to UNO during Summit League play, and that trend continued on Saturday.
UNO shot 30.6 percent from the floor en route to its second straight loss, falling 81-60 at Denver.
The Mavericks (11-14, 2-10 Summit) are 0-5 in away conference games with two remaining.
The loss also dropped the Mavericks into a tie with North Dakota State for sixth place in the conference standings.
Courtney Vaccher scored 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting for UNO and added seven rebounds and three blocks.
But the rest of the Mavericks struggled from the field, combining to go 12 for 52. UNO was also 4 of 25 from behind the 3-point line and the Pioneers (16-12, 7-6) dominated the glass with a 59-33 rebounding advantage.
The Pioneers used a pair of early runs to take an 11-point lead in the first quarter. Madison Nelson scored a layup with 6:44 remaining to cap a 9-0 run and give Denver a 12-3 lead.
After Romekia Wallace cut the lead to five with a pair of free throws, the Pioneers answered with a 10-3 run.
Claire Gritt scored 18 points to lead Denver. Nelson added 13, and Jordyn Alt scored 12 and grabbed 14 rebounds.
UNO: Vaccher 7-10 4-5 18, Vidal 5-18 6-9 17, Walter 2-15 1-2 5, Mountain 1-3 2-2 4, Phillips 0-4 3-4 3, Petersen 3-7 0-0 9, Wallace 1-1 2-2 4, Killian 0-4 0-0 0, Dewey 0-0 0-0 0, Echelberry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-62 18-24 60.
DU: Gritt 6-16 4-4 18, Nelson 5-12 3-6 13, Alt 5-11 1-1 12, Johnson 1-5 2-4 4. Romanowski 0-2 0-0 0, Loven 4-9 4-5 15, Jeffcoat 1-2 6-7 8, White 3-6 0-0 6, Curtin 1-3 0-0 3, Morgan 0-0 2-3 2, Weinman 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 26-69 22-30 81.
3-point goals: UNO 4-25 (Petersen 3-7, Vidal 1-4, Killian 0-2, Phillips 0-3, Walter 0-9) DU 7-21 (Loven 3-6, Gritt 2-5, Alt 1-2, Curtin 1-2, Johnson 0-1, Nelson 0-1, Weinman 0-2, White 0-2). Rebounds: UNO 33 (Vaccher 7), DU 59 (Alt 14). Assists: UNO 9 (Vidal 4), DU 16 (Johnson 8). Total fouls: UNO 25, DU 18. Fouled out: Killian. A: 422.
After five straight AFC West titles, two Super Bowl appearances and one Super Bowl victory, the Denver Broncos have struggled the past two seasons missing out on the playoffs in each campaign. There is no sugar coating it — the team needs a lot of work this offseason. John Elway and his staff have a huge task in front of them to help rebuild the roster in order to get back to their winning ways. Listed below are my top needs that the Broncos need to address in free agency and the 2018 NFL Draft in order to become successful and win now and from now on.
Nobody on the roster is capable of being the franchise’s quarterback of the future. If Denver wants to get serious about winning, there is no question they will have to make a major play for a quarterback in free agency. The top name available on the market is Kirk Cousins, but if the Broncos miss on reeling him in they may have to settle for someone like Case Keenum, or perhaps make a trade for a veteran such as Nick Foles. If the Broncos come out of free agency empty handed or with a less than ideal candidate, expect them to use the fifth overall pick on a signal caller.
Why is @VonMiller recruiting @KirkCousins8?@Broncos: 29-22 incl. playoffs since 2015 (10th-best) despite ranking 31st in passer ratingNFL avg passer rtg is 88.8 since 2015 & DEN had 2nd-fewest games w/ such rtg (14)Cousins passer rtg is 97.5 since 2015 (6th-best, 500+ att)
— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) February 13, 2018
The Broncos could use upgrades at both offensive tackle and guard. A starting caliber player at right tackle is a major need, and while the team does have some depth on the interior of their offensive line, acquiring a top talent at guard would be in their best interest moving forward to protect whoever becomes their quarterback of the future. I wouldn’t expect the Broncos to spend lavishly in free agency at either position, but envision them using two early picks in the draft to shore up their needs here.
Everyone else outside of Brandon Marshall is a free agent of some capacity this offseason. Many fans across Broncos Country have been banging the table for years to have Elway draft a stud inside linebacker, but to date that has never happened. However, this year’s draft class has a ton of talent at the inside linebacker position and the Broncos should be able to find a plug-and-play rookie that can make a significant impact from day one. If there was ever a draft to use an early selection on an inside linebacker, this would definitely be the one.
The ambiguity surrounding the situations pertaining to Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders make wide receiver a top five need for the Broncos this offseason. While the team did use a third round selection on Carlos Henderson in last year’s draft (which was lost due to injury), I believe the Broncos would be wise to select an electric receiver in the draft to shore up their offensive firepower. It isn’t necessarily a top two round need, but Denver shouldn’t have a problem finding a productive prospect late on Day 2 or early on Day 3.
In a hypothetical scenario where the Broncos cut ties with C.J. Anderson in order to create cap space, running back slides into the realm of a top five need for the Broncos. While Devontae Booker and De’Angelo Henderson have solid potential, this year’s draft offers a plethora of high-caliber prospects at the position and the Broncos would be wise to take advantage of adding an electric playmaker to their backfield. Some fans covet Saquon Barkley if he’s available at the fifth overall pick, but with the depth available in the draft, I believe Denver would be best suited wait until the second day of the draft to make a splash toward upgrading their running back stable.
As always, thank you for reading. Feel free to give your top five needs for the Broncos this offseason in the comments section. Without further adieu, here is today’s offering of Horse Tracks.
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