Woody Paige writes: My first reaction Tuesday: Kobe and Tiger. Oh, no, not again. Thirteen months and about an hour in distance apart in greater Los Angeles, Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant were involved in horrific crashes.
Columnist Woody Paige writes: The Curse of Avalanche Outdoor Games continues. Perhaps the Avs should reconsider participating in February events that are not held in an arena. Thinking outside the box doesn’t seem to be working.
Woody Paige writes: If the Colorado Rockies do lose 100 games, owner Dick Monfort must change his answer about firing Jeff Bridich and himself as the top two executives.
Despite the lack of the Rockies talking about Talking Stick and spring training, the club allegedly will open camp Thursday.
While his name has been displayed prominently in the headlights for 40 days and nights, Drew Lock stays inconspicuously in the background, writes Woody Paige. The Broncos’ quarterback — for now — is lying low.
Four days and almost 45 years in Peyton Manning’s lifetime have altered the course of his and football history. The culmination was the official pronouncement Saturday night that Manning, whose priorities always have been “Faith, Family, Friends and Football’’ had been selected to the Pro Football Hall of “Fame.’’
The Rockies’ home opener is scheduled for April Fools' Day — apropos for Dick Monfort and Jeff Bridich!
Oh, at the Gateway to the West in Mizzou, the sun is shining bright, Budweiser Clydesdales clip-clop beside the Mississippi where all is right.
Where have you gone, Nolan Arenado? Our Cowtown turns its woeful eyes to you. In the Fleece of the Millennium the Rockheads gave the Great and Powerful Arenado and $50 million to the Cardinals for The Bums of Summer, columnist Woody Paige writes.
George Paton is in charge of the Lock Mess Monster.