Thirty-two players, one from each team, have been nominated for the seventh annual Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.
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All four of Denver's quarterbacks were fined for not wearing masks in meetings, and Drew Lock said it was "gut-wrenching" to watch Sunday's game as he returned to practice Wednesday.
Former Reid assistants such as the Broncos' Pat Shurmur have found cloning Reid's winning ways easier said than done.
Jason comments on Jerry Jones comparing the Cowboys to the Broncos and he wonders what would happen if Michigan cancels the Ohio St game.
Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles were activated off the reserve/COVID-19 Tuesday and are set to return to practice on Wednesday.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss if the performances of Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill’s are more significant than the struggles of Brady and the Bucs.
WHOOOO BOY is this a jam-packed Monday pod! Spain & Fitz recap the football weekend with some "Good Take or Hot Take" and "Good News, Bad News." Plus, they nearly lose their minds trying to explain the NFL's decision-making on COVID-affected games. A fired up Dan Graziano gives the latest on the postponed Ravens/Steelers game, the 49ers' move to Arizona and a major suspension in the NFL. And Bills linebacker AJ Klein joins the show to talk about his great play of late and the team's success.
Dan, Bomani and Domonique question if the Broncos should have played yesterday and what to make of the Kansas City-Tampa Bay game yesterday.
There's so many COVID related cancellations we can't keep up. Plus, what was Nate Robinson doing?
Los Broncos se tuvieron que enfrentar sin quarterback contra los Santos de Nueva Orleans porque sus cuatro opciones estaban en la reserva COVID-19.
Our crew breaks down the biggest story lines from the past week. Also we preview the Monday Night Football along with latest of covid cases across the league including the status of Steelers vs Ravens
Mahomes and the Chiefs look unstoppable. Wasn't pretty but Cam gets the Win. Max feels the Broncos did need to play the game despite having no QBs. Brady or Belichick; who needed who more? Max previews the Monday Night Football game between the Eagles and Seahawks. Max gives his thoughts on Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.
The Chiefs & Bucs are going in opposite directions right now and Greeny has some harsh words for Bruce Arians. Greeny shares his "hot takes" from Week 12 and then we open the phones to hear from you. The Broncos didn't have a QB yesterday... but they have no one to blame but themselves. Plus, Bears H.C. Matt Nagy decided to get fired up today at a press conference... it's a little too late.
Mahomes is making this look too easy and Max is pumped Tyreek Hill got him 60 Fantasy Football Points. Max asks who looks better now; Belichick or Brady? Nate Robinson isn't a boxer and it showed. Is Bo Jackson the best athlete Max has ever seen?
Stephen A. and Max debate if Tom Brady cost the Buccaneers the win versus the Chiefs, heated debate about Jalen Hurts getting first team reps for the Eagles, and if Matt Nagy's QB Shuffle ruined the Bears this season.
Rex Ryan joins the show for his weekly spot, and Darnold backs Gase again on Audio Files.
Denver started a practice squad receiver, Kendall Hinton, who completed just one pass in the game. New Orleans had Taysom Hill, but its passing game also struggled. It was bizarre and bereft of big plays.
Broncos QBs Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles could be cleared to return from the reserve/COVID-19 list as soon as Tuesday, said coach Vic Fangio, who also said additional discipline is still "on the table'' for the three players.
Jason reacts to the Broncos having to play without a QB and to the recent string of firings across the league.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two trying to wrap their heads around the situation in Denver. The Broncos entire QB room had a coronavirus outbreak, and the guys wonder how this could happen at all. Dan Orlovsky joins the show to discuss and says its on the QBs for not wanting to do right by the team. Sarah Fuller of Vanderbilt became the first woman to play in a Power 5 college football game.
Sunday’s slate of NFL games ranged from the completely normal to increasingly bizarre. Aaron Rodgers aimed to send the Bears back to hibernation, with a dominant Packers victory. The 49ers started to get their groove back, beating the LA Rams on a last-second field goal. COVID chaos was in the mix, too, with the Broncos starting a wide receiver at QB due to a team coronavirus outbreak, and the Ravens-Steelers game moved yet again. Bill Barnwell breaks down everything we saw on Sunday, and what to expect as the league grapples with its biggest bout of COVID chaos yet. Then, Pablo examines a different kind of chaos in Saturday’s boxing bouts.
— Taysom Hill's two touchdown runs led the New Orleans Saints to a 31-3 win Sunday over the Denver Broncos, who were thrust into a
|2(14)||KJ Hamler||WR||Penn State|
|3(19)||Lloyd Cushenberry III||LSU|
|5(33)||Justin Strnad||OLB||Wake Forest|
|6(2)||Netane Muti||OG||Fresno State|
|7(40)||Derrek Tuszka||OLB||North Dakota State|