Kyle Orton zeros in on comfort zone - The Denver Post
Kyle Orton the quarterback has nothing to hide. Fire away. He'll address any concern, speak to any issue, respectfully answer even the most absurd questions.
Paige: God answered with preacher/QB - The Denver Post
It seemed like a typical, normal Saturday night live family football weekend gathering in a suite on the top floor of the hotel. Mother and father, hot wings, an uncle, a friend, three children, a college football game on the plasma TV, fried cheese, a son-in-law, peanuts, conversation and laughter. Except there was no alcohol or wild doings that might disturb anyone in the adjoining rooms.
Klis: Overture, curtain, lights... - The Denver Post
When people, most notably people who are players and coaches, wonder how sportswriters or commentators can properly critique an NFL game when said media members have never played in the league, here's my response: Have you ever acted? No? Yet you know a good movie when you see it, or a bad movie.
Tebowmania still exists in Gator Nation - The Denver Post
As the first quarter came to a close at the University of Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Saturday afternoon, fans from the visiting school chanted the question Gator fans everywhere must have been thinking.
Broncos' Renaldo Hill fashioned by his family - The Denver Post
Renaldo Hill might not be the biggest name nor the biggest star in the Broncos' secondary, not when he's playing alongside Champ Bailey and Brian Dawkins, two future Hall of Famers.