27 July 2009

 This is my first blog entry so it will be short.

Well what brung me to the broncos was champ baily. i think he is the best thing that happen to the broncos. I am kinda sad that they traded

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4 April 2009

     In the last 20 years or so, Denver Colorado has emerged as one of the sports hubs of the country. We boast all four major professional sports teams, three of which have compeated at the  championship level. We also are home  to a number of "B" list sports teams, The most exciting of which is The NLL Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse team. Just in-case some of you aren't familiar with lacrosse, it's the second most played game in all of Canada. Briefly; it's a smooth blend of hockey and soccer. For those of you that find yourself missing the physical aspect of football with high speed collisions on turf, you need to check it out. What soccer and hockey bot lack in scoring, lacrosse makes up for. It's not uncommon for final scores to be around fifteen (combined). If you're disgusted by the notion that some people would like to rule fighting completely out of the NHL, then you need to watch lacrosse. In last nights Mammoth loss to the Rochester Knighthawks, there were two huge hits sending both of the Rochester players out of the game so they could dislodge their jock straps from around their tonsils. We were also treated to two good fights, one that sent four players to the box. For those of you who enjoy the raucous atmosphere of the south end zone or Oakland Colosseum you'll find chest paint, voodoo costumes, chow bells, bullhorns and the rowdy Willy B of KBPI fame is the field announcer. Willy delights fans with plenty of in game trash talking. If you're not sold yet, let me mention the bikini laden hot tub right behind the glass in one corner of the field. If you can muster up the ten dollars to catch a game I guarantee, you will have fun. The most endearing aspect of an indoor lacrosse game is the players. After every game you're invited down to the field for autographs, and the players are gracious enough to stay and sign till well after ten o'clock. That's a big deal since all of these guys have regular nine to fives to get to. I strongly urge all of you to get out to one of these games.

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2 April 2009

I live in Denver, Colorado, but I’m a Green Bay Packer fan. Have been since the age of seven. Being a Denver native I have been following the team for most of my life. I’ve seen all the highs and lows since 1975. Including the gut wrenching Super Bowl victory over my Packers. This being said, lets begin the Bronco talk.

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16 February 2009

Welcome extreme sports fans!
Please join the site if you love extreme sports.  I've set this site up so that extreme sports fans can interact with other fans, share stories, news, and information about extreme sports.  Joining is free and easy so sign up now.

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19 December 2008

Reyns Gems Weekly Dancer Pick 

Nicole of the Denver Nuggets

This scorching hot babe from Boulder has been with the Nuggets squad for three seasons now.  

She says she started dancing at the age of two, which is at least what her parents tell her. Nicole became a Nuggets dancer because she always aspired to take her dancing to the professional level and finds this the ultimate accomplishment.  

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28 September 2008

nothing more frustrating than watching the not-so-good offense of the Kansas City Chiefs eat up the Denver defense. I can only imagine it is even more frustrating for the Denver offense that has to be constantly overcompensating, until it catches up with them.

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28 July 2008

They don't make 'em like Rod anymore, do they?  A WR who keeps his mouth shut, blocks downfield, catches passes over the middle and just flat out plays football.  Rod would have been at home playing in any NFL era.  I could see the guy catching passes from anyone from Aaron Rodgers to Y.A. Tittle. But I couldn't be happier that this undrafted player from a D-II school ended up a Bronco for life. 

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21 December 2007

9; pink slip in the form of of Adrian (Minnesota) Peterson waits in the wings for the horrific Denver Run'll be tough to see but 6-10 does give a better draft spot, a

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