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When making most personnel decisions, Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway likes to pull the "best available" name off the board.
Chat wrap: Raiders' futureUpdated Jun 20 Share TweetHere are some highlights from our AFC West chat, which was held earlier Thursday: Denver Aaron from Sacramento: With the release of Willis McGahee, are there any free agent running backs that the Broncos are interested in signing? Who's still on market?…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetNew Denver Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly says re-signing free agent shooting guard Andre Igoudala is his No. 1 priority.
Peyton Manning supports Pat Summitt Foundation by doing Alzheimer's adUpdated Jun 20 Share TweetPeyton Manning and Kara Lawson are taking part in a new commercial due out nationally this fall.Source: denverpost.com
Rockies Fall In Oswalt's DebutJun 20Roy Oswalt struck out 11 in his season debut, but that wasn't enough, as the Rockies fell to the Nationals 5-1.
2013 NBA playoffs -- say so long to Spurs as we know them?Jun 20San Antonio didn't look like same team that brought it to Game 7 of NBA Finals.
NBA unlikely to approve moves involving Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Cli…Jun 20The proposed trade of Kevin Garnett to the Los Angeles Clippers and corresponding transaction that would transport Doc Rivers from the Boston Celtics bench to L.A.'s are unlikely to be approved by the league office, according to sources close to the pro…
Los Angeles Clippers focused on getting Doc Rivers from Boston Celtics, ma…Jun 20The Los Angeles Clippers have a new strategy in the wake of David Stern's public comments Thursday expressing serious misgivings about the legitimacy of the proposed trade of Kevin Garnett and corresponding transaction that would transport Doc Rivers fr…
NFL - Fullback, tight end positions in transitionJun 20While the role of fullbacks has been marginalized, the importance of tight ends continues to increase, writes John Clayton.