Denver Broncos Using Technology To Connect With Fans At Mile High (Ed Moran, Front Office Sports)
Professional sports teams are always aiming to improve the home-game experience for their thousands of fans. In Denver, the Broncos are making a more concerted effort to reach their fans through technology.
Broncos Briefs: Courtland Sutton’s current streak — drawing a penalty in nine straight games (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
In the Broncos' first six games, wide receiver Courtland Sutton drew only one penalty: a 9-yard pass interference call on Chicago cornerback Prince Amukamara in Week 2.
But entering Sunday's season finale against Oakland, Sutton has drawn at least one penalty in nine consecutive games (12 enforced penalties total).
One heartfelt Christmas wish from the Broncos' Diontae Spencer, who plays on without his father (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Hidden inside this Broncos season, which closes Sunday against the Raiders at Mile High, is a beautiful success story. It's Diontae Spencer graduating from four seasons in the Canadian Football League to earning a spot as an alternate for the NFL's Pro Bowl. It's a 27-year-old climbing the football ladder — from McNeese State to undrafted free agent to the CFL to the Broncos, who finally found their return man.
Broncos hopeful after longest playoff drought for SB champ (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
After changing his head coach or starting quarterback each of the past five winters, John Elway seems to have finally hit on rookies Vic Fangio and Drew Lock.