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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – If Rodgers comes, Broncos must plan ahead

With the hiring of Nathaniel Hackett as the next head coach of the Denver Broncos, that date takes on greater significance. “Why?” you ask.  Because that’s Aaron Rodgers’ birthday, and now that Hackett is coming to Denver from Green Bay, many are wondering if/when Rodgers will follow. “Hoping” might actually be the better word.  But …

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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – Paton should tap Eric Bieniemy to lead Broncos

The search for the next Red Miller/Dan Reeves/Mike Shanahan/Gary Kubiak has begun. As required by the National Football League, Broncos general manager George Paton has requested of several teams that are in the playoffs permission to speak to assistant coaches on their staffs. The list of prospects to become Denver’s next head football coach is …

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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – Made-for-TV bowl games have changed everything

In case you haven’t noticed—and it’s perfectly fine, and even understandable, if you haven’t—college football bowl season is upon us. And as they say, it ain’t what it used to be. As of today, THIRTEEN bowl games already have been played, and TWO MORE will be contested today (one in the afternoon, another at night). …

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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – Hurdle brings outsider’s (and insider’s) perspective

When the Rockies began their search for a new General Manager last spring following the resignation of Jeff Bridich, the popular opinion was that they should recruit someone from the outside, someone who would bring a fresh perspective to the team’s inbred front office. How about someone with a fresh perspective AND institutional memory? That’s …

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