PHOENIX — The Broncos can forget San Diego. Soon, they’ll likely forget Oakland, too.
NFL owners convened in Phoenix Monday morning to vote on the Raiders’ proposed move to Las Vegas, which, if approved, would make them the third team (Chargers, Rams) to recently switch cities. Two of those are divisional rivals for the Broncos, ensuring their road schedule will look a lot different in a couple of years.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell penned a letter to Mayor Libby Schaaf of Oakland that was obtained and published by the East Bay Times over the weekend.
While none of the local teams earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament, several former Colorado prep basketball players are playing getting a chance to shine during March Madness.
Here’s a look at how they fared during the second weekend of the tournament:
Maddie Meyer, Getty ImagesPJ Dozier of the South Carolina Gamecocks, right, drives to the basket against Canyon Barry of the Florida Gators during the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament East Regional at Madison Square Garden on March 26, 2017 in New York City.
Canyon Barry, Florida senior guard
High school: Cheyenne Mountain ’12
Barry scored seven points in 16 minutes against Wisconsin in the sweet 16 round on Friday.