11:10 PM EDT, Tue March 31, 2015
Deseret Morning News 2 hours ago
Jazz looking for more payback Wednesday at home against the Nuggets

Jazz looking for more payback Wednesday at home against the Nuggets

They won't be going to the playoffs this season, but the Utah Jazz still have plenty to play for. In this case, it's payback...
Denver Post 3 hours ago
Tyler Matzek named Rockies' home-opening starter vs. Cubs

Tyler Matzek named Rockies' home-opening starter vs. Cubs

The Rockies' left-hander on Tuesday was named Colorado's home-opening starter for a game April 10 against the visiting Cubs.

Tyler Matzek named Rockies' home-opening starter vs. Cubs

Tyler Matzek, the Rockies' left-hander, was named Colorado's home-opening starter for a game April 10 against the visiting Cubs.
Denver Post 4 hours ago
Jameis Winston said he's

Jameis Winston said he's "the best player in this draft"

At Florida State's pro day Tuesday, quarterback Jameis Winston sent a strong message — literally — that he should be the first player taken in next month's draft.
Denver Post 4 hours ago
Colorado Avalanche, San Jose Sharks in same desperate boat

Colorado Avalanche, San Jose Sharks in same desperate boat

Disappointment collides at San Jose on Wednesday night as the Avs begin a three-game West Coast trip at the SAP Center.
Denver Post 4 hours ago
Kenneth Faried optimistic summer changes will bring Nuggets success

Kenneth Faried optimistic summer changes will bring Nuggets success

It's destined to be a very busy summer of retooling for the Nuggets, but one of their biggest names, Kenneth Faried, doesn't expect a roster restoration to prevent the team's ability to bounce back next season.
Denver Post 5 hours ago
Florida State's Winston shows off for NFL coaches, GMs

Florida State's Winston shows off for NFL coaches, GMs

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Jameis Winston dodged brooms and blocking pads. He threw over outstretched arms and tennis rackets.
Denver Post 7 hours ago
John Axford leaves Rockies' spring training after son, 2, is bit by rattlesnake

John Axford leaves Rockies' spring training after son, 2, is bit by rattlesnake

Rockies relief pitcher John Axford, who hasn't pitched for the team since last Wednesday, was forced to leave spring training camp after his 2-year-old son was bit by a rattlesnake twice in his right foot.
Denver Post 7 hours ago
10-man United States hold on for 1-1 draw at Switzerland

10-man United States hold on for 1-1 draw at Switzerland

ZURICH —The United States held on for 1-1 draw with Switzerland in an international friendly on Tuesday after veteran forward Jozy Altidore was sent off.
Denver Post 7 hours ago
Gary Kubiak wishes Peyton Manning happy birthday, eager to work with Broncos QB

Gary Kubiak wishes Peyton Manning happy birthday, eager to work with Broncos QB

To begin his first AFC coaches breakfast while representing the Broncos, Gary Kubiak began by wishing Peyton Manning a happy birthday.
Denver Post 8 hours ago

Erik Johnson, Daniel Briere remain out for Avs' West Coast road trip

Avalanche coach Patrick Roy said All-Star defenseman Erik Johnson will not play in the team's three-game West Coast trip beginning Wednesday at San Jose.
Denver Post 9 hours ago

Rockies option Charlie Culberson to Triple-A, trade catcher Audry Perez

Charlie Culberson. ()SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Charlie Culberson, who missed a chunk of Rockies spring training camp with a back injury, on Tuesday was optioned to Triple-A.

Charlie Culberson optioned to Rockies' minor-league side

Charlie Culberson, who missed a chunk of Colorado Rockies spring training camp with a back injury, on Tuesday was optioned to Triple-A.
Denver Post 10 hours ago
Eddie Butler out of race for Rockies' starting rotation

Eddie Butler out of race for Rockies' starting rotation

Eddie Butler will miss his chance at the Rockies' starting rotation when the team breaks camp after he was shut down for two days Tuesday with shoulder fatigue.
Denver Post 11 hours ago
Patriots owner: Aaron Hernandez told me he was innocent

Patriots owner: Aaron Hernandez told me he was innocent

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — New England Patriots team owner Robert Kraft testified Tuesday that his former star tight end Aaron Hernandez told him he was innocent when asked if he was involved in a 2013 killing.

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