It may come as a surprise to readers of your drunken affiant, but the powerful Post editorial courageously comes out against the venerable Broncos doing so poorly this year
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“I’m an American. My values are American values and we want this country to succeed like everyone else.”
SPARTANBURG, S.C. | Christian McCaffrey remembers running around his backyard as a young boy playing tackle football, dodging his brothers while pretending to be Barry Sanders. All of those moves have paid off for the Panthers rookie running back.
DARLINGTON, S.C. | Martin Truex Jr. believes being far away from NASCAR’s hub has helped him during the most successful stretch of his career, a run he hopes ends with a championship this season. Truex, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points leader, also is tied for the series lead with three victories. Already locked into the playoffs for a third straight season, Truex believes he’s better prepared to end the year with NASCAR’s trophy.
The Monday Movie Madness series celebrates its 10th anniversary this summer, providing free movies on the big screen scoreboard at the stadium
CLEVELAND | Chauncey Billups spun away from the Cavaliers. After discussing a lead role in Cleveland’s front office, Billups withdrew from consideration Monday. The former All-Star guard had been in discussions with Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert about joining the Eastern Conference champions, but Billups said the “timing just isn’t right.”
DENVER | Nuggets President Josh Kroenke has promoted assistant general manager Arturas Karnisovas to general manager and bumped Tim Connelly up to a new role as the team’s president of basketball operations. Karnisovas was a finalist for the Milwaukee Bucks’ GM job this month and for the Brooklyn Nets’ GM job last year.
ENGLEWOOD | The biggest offseason position battle in the NFL — the Denver Broncos quarterback sweepstakes featuring Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian — has been nothing but a tease. Coach Vance Joseph said that the evaluation won’t truly start until training camp next month.
ENGLEWOOD | Terrell Davis’ first visit to Denver Broncos headquarters since being elected to the Hall of Fame brought back memories of his first training camp when he couldn’t see much of a future in football and came close to quitting. The Broncos were in Tokyo practicing for a preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers in the summer of 1995.