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Mark “Stink” Schlereth played 12 years in the NFL between the Redskins and the Broncos. Plus, he earned two trips to the Pro Bowl and snagged three Super Bowl rings. Stink isn’t a one trick pony. He’s currently an analyst for FS1 and does color commentary for FOX Sports. Before FS1/FOX, he was a long-time analyst for ESPN-TV. He’s also a regular on HBO’s Ballers. Plus, made a few appearances on Guiding Light, as well as a small role in the remake of “Red Dawn”.
Mike Evans isn’t a slouch. He is a proud graduate of Syracuse University. Mike is an award winning talk show host via the Colorado Broadcasters Association. And he’s been covering the Broncos and the rest of Denver sports scene, for almost 20 years!
What will you hear on Schlereth and Evans? All of this. And more:
- The Morning Brew – Every morning at 6:30, Schlereth and Evans takes you through the biggest sports stories that you’ll be talking about at work.
- Clear The Air – Every morning at 7 Mark Schlereth clears the air on whatever hot sports topic is on his mind. And will always end with famous tagline, “Cleats On The Grass”!
- Four Down Territory Tune in at 7:30 for the four biggest stories from the world of football. Regardless of whether it’s college or pro, these are the headlines you need to start your day.
- Joel Klatt – Every Wednesday at 8:05. He’s a former quarterback for the Colorado Buffaloes. And currently color commentator and studio analyst for FOX Sports.
- Adam Schefter – Every Thursday at 6:15. Adam is our NFL Insider from ESPN. He is a legend in the sports world. Adam is dialed into all things NFL. If there’s a big story, he knows all the details.
- Troy Renck – Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:45. Troy has been covering the Denver Broncos and the Colorado Rockies for just about 20 years. He’s a reporter for Denver 7 (KMGH). Troy has won numerous awards for his writing, both nationally and locally.
Send an email to the show’s producer: Scott DeHuff – firstname.lastname@example.org
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