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Falcons top pass defense shuts down Cougars offense, Air Force wins 47-20

Asher Clark (17) runs for a touchdown (AP Photo/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Max Faulkner) The cliché was proven right once again: defense wins championships. Or in this case, the Bell Armed Forces Bowl 2009. The Air Force Falcons’ top ranked pass defense dominated in every aspect against Houston’s number one ranked passing attack, picking off Houston quarterback Case Keenum six times, and... 

Broncos add punter Colquitt to roster, Berger will punt sunday

Colquitt kicking off during training camp (summer 2009) (John Leyba/Denver Post) After placing guard Russ Hochstein and wide receiver Kenny McKinley on the injured reserve list following the Eagles game, the Broncos yesterday filled the last spot on the 53 man roster by signing rookie punter Britton Colquitt from the Miami Dolphins practice squad. Earlier in the week the Broncos brought back tackle... 

Rockies close to agreement with Olivo, shut door on Torrealba

Miguel Olivo tags out former Oakland A's player Carlos Gonzalez (now with the Rockies) (AP Photo/Ben Margot) Though previous reports indicated little activity from the Rockies in free agency, the team is now reportedly close to signing former Royals catcher Miguel Olivo (photo) to be the backup catcher behind Chris Iannetta. A deal is expected to be finalized today or friday. The Rockies have... 

Five Denver Broncos headed to 2010 Pro Bowl

The Denver Broncos are sending five players to Miami for the 2010 Pro Bowl, which will be played one week before the Super Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 31 and both games will be staged in Dolphin Stadium. LT Ryan Clady, OLB Elvis Dumervil, and S Brian Dawkins will all start, and WR Brandon Marshall and CB Champ Bailey were selected as reserves. Clady and Dumervil are first-time selections, while Marshall... 

Rockies remain quiet as 2009 comes to an end

Ryan Spilborghs (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) After concluding the Winter Meetings in Indianapolis with the extension of the contract of catcher Chris Iannetta, the Colorado Rockies have remained quiet. Very quiet. It was expected that Iannetta’s extension would be followed by negotiations with reliever Huston Street and second baseman Clint Barmes, but there are no indications that these negotiations... 
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