Broncos safety Will Parks joined CBS4 sports anchor Michael Spencer at The ViewHouse Centennial for Xfinity Monday Live.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – Will Parks and the Broncos fell 23-3 to the Chiefs on Sunday.
“I’m 0-8 against the Chiefs. It is what it is at this point, it just sucks. You do a lot of work to get ready for a team like that. It’s a learning experience, what we can take away from that is basically, when the opportunity presents itself again you have to take advantage of it,” said Parks of the defeat.
Safety Will Parks of the Denver Broncos sacks quarterback Philip Rivers of the Los Angeles Chargers during the first quarter at Empower Field at Mile High on Dec. 1, 2019.
Safety Will Parks of the Denver Broncos sacks quarterback Philip Rivers of the Los Angeles Chargers during the first quarter at Empower Field at Mile High on Dec. 1, 2019. (credit: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
Parks and Spencer also discussed his recent sack of Phillip Rivers, which was the first sack of Parks’ career.
“The year before that I got him on an interception,” recalled Parks. “Hall of Fame guy, great guy, we all knew that. It was pretty cool,” said Parks of his first sack.
Parks and the Broncos will host the Lions on Sunday and look to pick up their sixth win of the season. The Broncos will end the regular season when they host the Raiders on Sunday Dec. 29. Both games can be seen on CBS4.
If you’re looking for a job at the new Orillia Recreation Centre, an event Wednesday is for you.
The city’s parks, recreation and culture department will be hosting a job fair at Rotary Place from 4 to 7 p.m.
The department typically holds the job fair to attract potential employees to summer positions, but with the recreation centre set to open later this month, “it’s a unique opportunity,” said Jack Mair, the city’s aquatics and fitness supervisor.
There will also be information available for those looking to apply for summer jobs.
The city is looking to fill about 70 positions in aquatics at the rec centre.
“Lifeguarding is our No. 1,” Mair said, but noted other positions are available.
Visitors to the job fair are asked to bring their résumés and, if they wish, cover letters, as there will be an opportunity to apply on site.
“They will be able to interact with the supervisors who are doing the hiring for these positions,” Mair explained, describing the job fair as “something for anyone seeking local employment in their community.”
The city is still finalizing job postings and hopes to have a list posted here over the next few days. There will be an opportunity to apply for those positions online.