>>Broncos Interview Zac Taylor
(Denver, CO) — The Broncos are continuing their search for their next head coach. The team announced they finished their interview with Rams’ QB coach Zac Taylor. Denver is expected to interview Steelers offensive line coach today, Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores on Monday.
>>Former Broncos Named Hall Of Fame Finalists
(Denver, CO) — A few more Broncos could soon be joining the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Safety Steve Atwater, cornerback Champ Bailey and safety John Lynch have been named as finalists for the 2019 class. They join owner Pat Bowlen, who is a contributor committee finalist. The 2019 class will be announced during the weekend of Super Bowl 53.
>>Nuggets Edge Kings
(Sacramento, CA) — Jamal Murray scored 36 points to lead the Nuggets to a 117-113 win over the Kings in Sacramento. Nikola Jokic [[ KNEE-coe-lah yo-kitch ]] added 26 points and 13 rebounds for Denver. Gary Harris chipped in 14 off the bench for the Nuggets, who have won four straight. Denver will welcome Charlotte to town tomorrow night.
>>First NBA All-Star Ballot Vote Totals Released
(Undated) — The first returns on voting for the 2019 NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte have been released. Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is seventh among frontcourt players in the Western Conference with over 230-thousand votes. The game will take place on February 17th.
>>Avalanche Host Rangers Tonight
(Denver, CO) — The Avalanche will be back on the ice tonight when they host the New York Rangers. Colorado is on a six-game slide and has been without a point since December 19th. They are fourth in the Central Division with 46 points.
>>Colorado Falls To Arizona In Conference Opener
(Tucson, AZ) — McKinley Wright the fourth scored 17 points to lead Colorado in a 64-56 loss to Arizona in its Pac-12 opener. Lucas Siewert added 11 for the Buffaloes, who fell to 9-and-4. Colorado will visit Arizona State on Saturday.
>>College Basketball Roundup
(Undated) — Colorado State will visit Fresno State tomorrow night. Elsewhere tomorrow, Denver will host North Dakota while Air Force will visit Colorado State.