Paul Klee writes: It took only two weeks for the 2020 Broncos to skip straight to the "Final Destination" portion of the program: Who knows how the next game will end? But you can place a legal bet that it’s going to hurt.
Protest isn't a dirty word, Paul Klee writes. It just saved the high school football season in Colorado, and now we'll learn if prep athletes treated their hiatus like Chuck, Von and Joker.
Bring on LeBron. If King James and the Lakers think they’re going to stroll through the Nuggets in the Western Conference Finals, they’ve got another thing coming. The Nuggets late Tuesday night delivered a Game 7 message to the rest of the NBA: Nuggets 104, Clippers 89. Final.
All of the Broncos, players and staff, stood arm in arm during the playing of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” known as the Black national anthem. From the press box, I counted 18 Broncos who then took a knee for the United States national anthem, Paul Klee writes.
For the Broncos, there is no better time than now. There is no more necessary time than now, because they haven't been the Broncos the world once knew, Paul Klee writes.