Shelby Miller

21 Jul 19
Sport Archives

About Todd Schrupp and TVG. You know, I am starting to believe. At Monmouth on Saturday, they decided to do it. T The track, a couple of miles from the Atlantic Ocean, part of races to the evening. The TV has an audience of 5 p.m. EDT on the big-boy NBC network. Smith, saying that […]

21 Jul 19
Lifetime Topps project

As a reminder, I went to the All-Star game and Home Run Derby in Cincinnati.  So I’m collecting this All-Star Stitches set!  These cards have swatches from the Monday practice festivities. This is the 40th card toward this set. Card number:  STIT-BHO Player:  Brock Holt How I got the card:  COMC in April Position:  Infielder/Outfielder […]

21 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 20, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Javier Baez got 3 hits including a homer, driving in 3 to lead the Cubs past San Diego, 6-5. Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a pair of 3 run homers to lead the Red Sox in a 17-6 thrashing of the Orioles. Clayton Kershaw struck out […]

20 Jul 19
Shelby Jaron Bates

Describing memories is a lot like trying to make a perfume commercial. How do you convey something so personal and ephemeral? And make a stranger understand the point you were trying to get across? Chanel No. 5 seems to have found a way to relay the message, so I’m going to try and share the […]

20 Jul 19
RACER

As it did one year ago, Team TGM had reason to celebrate following the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge race at Lime Rock Park. In 2018, co-drivers Owen Trinkler and Hugh Plumb delivered the first victory for the team and owner Ted Giovanis in the No. 46 Mercedes-AMG GT4 at Lime Rock. The win was seemingly […]

20 Jul 19
The Denver Post
PLAYER ATTENDANCE Did not practice: LB Todd Davis (calf, second consecutive missed practice) and WR River Cracraft (oblique).  “He’s going to be out at least a week and after that, we’ll see how it goes,” coach Vic Fangio said of Cracraft. WR Romell Guerrier was placed on the reserve/retired list. NEW INJURIES In addition to Cracraft, TE Troy Fumagalli (hip) did not go. “He’s been nursing a hip,” Fangio said. “He tried to go (Saturday) but didn’t feel right at the beginning of practice so he’s obviously day to day.” TOP PLAY During 11-on-11 work, ILB Josey Jewell made a diving interception of QB Joe Flacco on a pass that may have been deflected in traffic. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] THUMBS UP *S Justin Simmons. Intercepted QB Joe Flacco in the end zone, broke up a Flacco pass during 7-on-7 and intercepted QB Kevin Hogan. *Coaching approach. After each play of 11-on-11/7-on-7, there weren’t coaches flooding the field to give instruction. It’s by design. “I don’t want them screaming and hollering instructions to the players,” Fangio said. “In the game, they’re out there on their own. You can’t help them during the game so don’t be helping them during practice. Your leaders have to come from those 11 guys that are on the field for you and they have to work through it. I like that.” THUMBS DOWN *The quarterbacks. Four interceptions (three by Joe Flacco and one by Kevin Hogan). In addition to Justin Simmons’ pair, LB Josey Jewell and S Will Parks had one apiece. “Well, every interception has a story behind it,” Fangio said. “But no, not OK with it. You don’t want to turn the ball over. Turnovers make it harder to win the game. Now I don’t know exactly what happened on each and every one but we’ll look at it. *K Taylor Bertolet. At one point during a segment, he missed three consecutive field goals — wide right, wide right and then really wide left. ODDS AND ENDS The announced attendance was 2,274. The Broncos ran 72 snaps of 11-on-11 and 30 snaps of 7-on-7. Quarterback playing time (11-on-11): Joe Flacco 25, Kevin Hogan 24, Drew Lock 18 and Brett Rypien four. Quarterback playing time (7-on-7): Flacco 12, Hogan seven, Lock eight and Rypien three. The Broncos wore football pants with knee and thigh pads and also upper-body shells. They are eligible to wear full pads on Sunday. “Full pads is full pads, no reason not to use them,” Fangio said. “That’s what you play the game in. Get used to carrying your pads, playing with game pants on (and) try to make practice as game-like as possible.” New WR Jamarius Way signed Saturday morning and hit the field midway through practice. Way (6-foot-3/215 pounds) caught 108 passes for South Alabama in 2017-18. He had minicamp tryouts with Green Bay, Tampa Bay and Miami. Way jumped right into 11-on-11 work. WR coach Zach Azzanni would give him extra instruction before the snap. The first unit inside linebacker group was Joe Jones and Josey Jewell, followed by Jones/Alexander Johnson with the second unit. Later in 11-on-11, rookie Josh Watson joined Jewell. Jake Brendel got a shot as the second-team center, replacing Austin Schlottmann, who was on the third team. The offense started well in 11-on-11. Flacco threw a long pass that WR Fred Brown (against CB Bryce Callahan) made a diving touchdown catch on. Lock’s first segment included a dart-of-a-throw to TE Austin Fort over the middle. Flacco’s second segment: Ground-ball shotgun snap by C Connor McGovern (aborted play), RB Phillip Lindsay carry and Simmons interception. Rypien completed all three of his passes (to WR Juwann Winfree, WR Steven Dunbar and Fort) during his first 7-on-7 period. During the second period of 11-on-11, OLB Von Miller used a spin move to beat RT Ja’Wuan James to force Flacco to scramble. Hogan’s six-play set was disjointed: Incompletion under pressure (DT Zach Kerr pushed back RG Don Barclay), screen pass, drop by Dunbar, rushing, throwaway and incompletion. The Broncos practiced red zone and goal-line for the first time in camp. Goal-line: Flacco threw a touchdown pass to WR Courtland Sutton (crossing route along the back-line), Hogan went throwaway, incompletion and Lock threw a touchdown to WR Trinity Benson. In the final 7-on-7 period, touchdown catches were by WR DaeSean Hamilton (Flacco) and TE Noah Fant (Hogan). Fangio changed things up on the second-to-last 11-on-11 period, pitting the No. 1 offense vs. No. 2 defense and No. 2 offense vs. No. 1 defense. “Just to mix it up so they’re going against different guys,” Fangio said. Flacco’s four plays: Incompletion, incompletion, aborted play (pressure by NT Shelby Harris, a starter playing with the 2s) and aborted play (DE Demarcus Walker dusted LT Garett Bolles). After Fangio, Lock got a chance with the second-team offense against the starting defense. His four plays: Incompletion (pressure by Miller), pass to RB Khalifani Muhammad, terrific catch by Winfree (against Callahan/S Kareem Jackson) and incompletion. Three of the Broncos’ interceptions came in the final 11-on-11 period and in a span of 11 plays. In addition to former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, the Atlanta Hawks coaching staff were guests of Fangio at practice. SUNDAY’S SCHEDULE 9:15 a.m.-noon practice (open to the public).
20 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] San Diego Comic-Con 2019 is in full swing, boasting a lineup packed with panels and screenings for fans of everything from “Arrow” to “Veronica Mars.” Marvel Studios is sure to be the stand out of the 50th anniversary of the world’s most-famous fan convention — which runs July 17-21 — with a Saturday night […]

20 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 19, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Tyler Beede threw 8 masterful innings, allowing 3 hits and striking out 5, setting up the Giants wild 1-0 walk off victory in the 10th. Eduardo Escobar homered and tripled to help the Diamondbacks top the Brewers, 10-7. Mike Leake took a perfect game […]

20 Jul 19

United States of America World Intellectual Property Organization Social Networks: HIS EXCELLENCY HONORARY MEMBER GIOVANNI JOHN RACITI H. E. Dr. Giovanni John Raciti. Honorary Member for Australia. International Human Rights Commission. Protecting internet users Businesses/Govts from online fraud.SUPREME COUNCIL: http://www.ihrchq.org/Institutions/vice-chairman.php Bio.Director General of The Multipurpose Inter Parliamentary Union (NGO) UN DESA Secretary General of Australia at The Multi-pu…See More […]

19 Jul 19
The Fan Voted Chart

DISCLAIMER: These are only the results.  I only share these with everyone so they can see how the voting went and how many points each song is earning.  The chart will be revealed Saturday night in the US (Sunday morning for my Australian voters). PLEASE READ: The results each week determine how many points songs […]

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

8.57pm BST20:57 Trump administration moves to expand "Remain in Mexico" policy The Department of Homeland Security It announced that it would implement its "Remain in Mexico" policy in Brownsville, Texas, the AP reports. A security guard accompanies a group of asylum seekers after they were returned by US authorities to wait in Mexico. Photographer: Christian […]

19 Jul 19
The Fresh Take

Key Additions: Joe Flacco, Bryce Callahan, Vic Fangio, Kareem Jackson, Ja’Wuan James, Noah Fant, Drew Lock, Dalton Risner Key Returns: Chris Harris Jr., Jeff Heuerman, Zach Kerr Key Departures: Bradley Roby, Shane Ray, Shaquil Barrett, Matt Paradis, Brandon Marshall, Case Keenum, Billy Turner, Matt LaCrosse Week 1 Sept. 9th 10:20 PM ET @ Oakland Raiders […]

19 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 18, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Madison Bumgarner pitched 9 innings, allowing 5 hits while striking out 6 Mets batters. The game went into extra innings where the Giants walked off, 3-2 in 16. Chris Sale struck out 12 in 6 innings of 2 hit shutout ball as the Red Sox […]