Robert Klemko

  • Robert Klemko



The Little Things in Denver

NFL teams always are on the hunt for any advantage they can gain. Denver feels like it found one in dedicating two full-time coaches to studying the tells of opposing players. The Broncos believe it’s working

Kirk Cousins: How High Is the Ceiling?

Another so-so performance in a so-far so-so season leaves Washington still waiting to see whether Cousins, its franchise-tag quarterback, is worthy of removing the “tag” part

Good Morning, Coach Warner

Predawn football practices? The players at Desert Mountain High don’t mind—not when the guy directing the offense is a Super Bowl champion and two-time MVP. But in this first coaching stint, Kurt Warner is a learner as much as he is a teacher

How to Stop Von Miller in Five (Not-So-Simple) Steps

It’s hard to find recent evidence of teams neutralizing the Broncos’ devastating QB disrupter, but Pittsburgh and Cleveland got it done last year. Here’s a look at the secret formula against one of the league’s premier defensive forces

Taking Stock of Our Stars

Two seasons ago, Marshawn Lynch was vilified for not talking to reporters. Now Colin Kaepernick is being treated the same way for speaking out. Who do we want our athletes to be?

‘Gonna Be a Lot of Hate’

Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall explains how his recent personal experiences motivated him to take a knee during the national anthem in the NFL season-opener and says he’s prepared for the public backlash

Raiders Camp: Time to Get Running

While the Derek Carr-to-Amari Cooper connection promises to grow into one of the league’s best passing combos, Oakland needs to build a credible ground attack to absorb some of the load

Rams Camp Report: Tavon Austin Is the One

The Rams finally have their franchise quarterback in place, but who will Jared Goff throw it to? Tavon Austin is emerging as more than just a gadget weapon. Plus, a rookie tight end could break out, and more from Rams training camp

Are You Ready for This, Denver?

After a tumultuous offseason, the Super Bowl champions go into their title defense with one massive question mark at quarterback but a whole lot of commitment to fight complacency

Players and Police: A Summit in Austin

At the University of Texas, the NFL’s Emmanuel Acho and Fozzy Whittaker joined Austin’s police chief and others in a panel to foster better understanding between cops and African Americans, and lead more athletes to take an active role in working for change

The Rise of ‘Y-Iso’

A look at one of the fastest growing trends in NFL offenses, one that is allowing the league’s most talented tight ends to dominate