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Kiszla: Swagger? “Sounds like something creepy,” says reluctant Nuggets superstar Nikola Jokic

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Denver loves Nuggets center Nikola Jokic, a goofball that wants us to believe his new $147 million contract must have been some kind of clerical error from the NBA office.

Trevor Story returns to the Colorado Rockies’ lineup on Monday against Philadelphia

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Rockies all-star shortstop Trevor Story will be back in the lineup Monday night when the Rockies host Philadelphia to start a critical four-game series.

Road to recovery still winds for new Nuggets Isaiah Thomas, Michael Porter Jr.

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Isaiah Thomas, Michael Porter Jr. and Jarred Vanderbilt should all be healthy enough to play for the Nuggets this season, but no one is ready to say when that will be.

Broncos Film Room: 10 takeaways from Denver’s 27-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens

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A final look at the Broncos’ 27-14 loss to Baltimore Ravens on Sunday:

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Broncos cornerbacks Tramaine Brock and Adam Jones expected to return against Chiefs

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Watch Broncos film from their first three games and one big trend is clear.

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Tyler Anderson hopes to return in a few days from shoulder stiffness; Adam Ottavino reflects on his Rockies’ relieving career

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Tyler Anderson, scratched from his scheduled start on Monday due to shoulder stiffness, said he first discomfort while throwing his bullpen on Saturday in Arizona but that "hopefully in a few days I'll be good."

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Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Is the Broncos’ quest to win the AFC West dead with a loss to Kansas City?

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Is it too bold to suggest the Broncos can't win the division if they can't defend their home turf against Kansas City?

Jon Gray’s start moved to Monday as Tyler Anderson is scratched due to shoulder soreness

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Ahead of the team's final homestand, Jon Gray's start has been moved to the series opener against the Phillies on Monday night as original starter Tyler Anderson has been scratched due to shoulder soreness.

Vegas odds say Bills-Vikings was biggest upset since 1995 Redskins-Cowboys stunner

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Just how surprising a result was the Buffalo Bills' 27-6 win Sunday over the Minnesota Vikings? According to Vegas oddsmakers, it was the biggest NFL upset in 23 years.

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Lunch Special: Why is Broncos quarterback Case Keenum struggling?

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Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla answered questions about all things Denver sports in a Lunch Special live chat on Monday. Here are the highlights.

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Denver Sports Omelette: A roundup of the Denver Broncos’ Week 3 loss to Baltimore

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The Broncos lost an ugly 27-14 game to the Ravens in Baltimore. Here's a roundup from Denver's loss.

Michael Malone: “I embrace the pressure” as crucial Denver Nuggets season looms

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Malone, who is entering the final year of his contract, is aiming to guide Denver back to the playoffs for the first time since 2013.

Five things to know ahead of Rockies’ final homestand as Colorado chases playoff berth

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The Rockies kept their postseason hopes alive with a sweep of the Diamondbacks in Phoenix heading into their final homestand of the season, a critical seven-game set split between the Phillies and Nationals in LoDo.

Monday, Sep 24

WATCH: Broncos post-game report — Breaking down the Denver-Baltimore Week 3 game

Denver Post reporters Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson break down what happened during the Broncos’ 27-14 loss to the Ravens on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

Kiszla: During beatdown in Baltimore, Broncos QB Case Keenum and coach Vance Joseph look like wrong guys for the job

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Here was another painful reminder why the Broncos have lost their way without the guidance of franchise owner Pat Bowlen. On the morning after a loss as ugly as this 27-14 beatdown in Baltimore, the boss needs to ask tough questions.

Sunday, Sep 23

Shortstop Trevor Story’s historic season at the plate isn’t lost on his Rockies’ predecessor, Troy Tulowitzki

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Watching from afar, and while rehabbing from surgeries that have kept him off the diamond since the middle of last year, Troy Tulowitzki's opinion is like most around baseball. He just can't help but marvel at Colorado shortstop Trevor…

Rockies get stellar performance out of starter Antonio Senzatela, beat D-backs at Chase Field

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Behind another superb performance by one of their bright young starting pitchers -- in this case, 23-year-old right-hander Antonio Senzatela — the Rockies beat the Diamondbacks 5-1 on Saturday night at Chase Field.

Stephens: Colorado State gave up on QB K.J. Carta-Samuels. Have the Rams given up on their season?

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K.J. Carta-Samuels stood on the sidelines alone. Not a single teammate within seven yards as he watched Colorado State’s final, futile scoring drive from 50 yards down field.

Colorado State football suffers embarrassing loss to FCS Illinois State

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The older one gets, the more one realizes there are very few things to be counted on in life.

Saturday, Sep 22

Broncos Journal: Phillip Lindsay debunking narrative of smaller running backs

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Fans of Broncos rookie running back Phillip Lindsay should get used to hearing platitudes about him from opposing defensive coordinators.

German Marquez strikes out 11 as Rockies beat D-backs Friday night

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The Rockies' talented, young strikeout machine kept mowing down hitters, while their bats finally emerged from hibernation Friday night at Chase Field.

Rockies’ Trevor Story begins limited baseball work, but still out of lineup vs. D-backs

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Slugging Rockies shortstop Trevor Story was not in the starting lineup for Friday night's game vs. Arizona, and manager Bud Black said Story could possibly be out for two or three more games.

Broncos take early NFL lead in third-down stop rate: “We’re hungry for the ball.”

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The Broncos take some portion of practice each day to address any variety of third-down scenarios, this week for Baltimore, but not until the defense recites a credo. You call it third down. Denver calls it a money down.

Friday, Sep 21

Broncos tracker: Four players listed as questionable ahead of Ravens game

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Refresh this page for the latest news and notes before, during and after Broncos practice Thursday, Sept. 20, from Denver Post beat reporters Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson.

Slumping Rockies need a turnaround, fast, or playoff hopes will be gone

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After a disastrous 1-5 West Coast road swing through San Francisco (1-2) and Los Angeles (0-3), the Rockies' chance of winning their first National League West title has all but vanished. What remains is a chance for an NL wild-card berth.

Kiszla: As Rockies stumble in playoff race, what’s wrong with Nolan Arenado? Is he hurt? Or choking?

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With each ugly thump of a slider being buried in the catcher’s mitt, the dream of October baseball in Colorado is dying. In his biggest week wearing a Rockies uniform, Nolan Arenado is striking out. Again and again and again.

Thursday, Sep 20

In bullpen hindsight, could Rockies have avoided sweep by Dodgers with intentional walk to Yasiel Puig?

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By smacking Scott Oberg's seventh-inning slider into the Dodger Stadium bleachers on Wednesday night, Yasiel Puig cemented Los Angeles' sweep of the Rockies to put his club in the driver's seat for its sixth straight NL West crown.

Yasiel Puig’s pinch-hit homer cements sweep of Rockies, gives Dodgers breathing room over Colorado in NL West

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With ten games to play, the defeat at Dodger Stadium dropped Colorado to 2 ½ games behind Los Angeles in the NL West race and kept them 1½ back of the Cardinals for the second wild card with St. Louis' loss earlier in the day.

Trevor Story might resume baseball activities tomorrow, Jon Gray’s Sunday start in Arizona is swapped

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The shortstop is headed to Salt River Complex on Thursday to get more treatment and "maybe do a few baseball activities over there," according to manager Bud Black, to rehab from the minor injury that originated on a diving defensive play…

Kiszla: How much longer can little Phillip Lindsay cover for Broncos’ big offensive problems?

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It’s no longer a question of if Phillip Lindsay is the Broncos’ best offensive player, but when he will be elected mayor of Denver.