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Kickin’ It with Kiz: Mr. Elway, we have a problem. The best Broncos of 2020 aren’t under contract for next season.

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How about Broncos offensive tackle Garett Bolles for the Pro Bowl?
— Johnny, singing praise

Kiz: The staff here at Kickin’ It Headquarters is happy to give Bolles a virtual fist bump for being among the six most outstanding Broncos of 2020, alongside safety Justin Simmons, cornerback Bryce Callahan, running back Phillip Lindsay, defensive lineman Shelby Harris and kicker Brandon McManus. While McManus has been rewarded with a lucrative new deal, what do Bolles, Simmons, Lindsay and Harris all have in common? None of them are under contract for 2021. Have they earned the team’s love? John Elway knows the only genuine way to show an NFL player love is money. He better get busy.

The presidential election aftermath has inspired me to declare that without a doubt the Nuggets are the TRUE Western Conference Champs of 2020! They won big, but the referees were biased, the games were rigged, the commish was corrupt and the Lakers, as well as LeBron James, cheated. DENVER’S TITLE WAS STOLEN! (Anybody can play this game. It’s easy!)
–Michael, Evergreen

Kiz: Although I’m often reminded by more serious-minded journalists that sports are the toy box of life, the games we play do reveal who plays well with others. Hey, sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. But if you argue with the scoreboard after a decisive loss and refuse to shake hands, you are a petulant child that will be mocked on the playground as a spoilsport. What did many of us learn in Little League? Sports don’t build character. Sports reveal character.

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