C.J. and Stokley – 01/10/2017 – Cecil Lammey filled in for C.J. alongside Brandon Stokley live in studio. Tuesday’s show the guys talk about Vance Joseph interviewing with the Broncos today and which head coaching candidate impresses John Elway the most right now. 9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis joined the program.
Hour one 9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis joined Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley. Mike breaks down the latest news surrounding the Broncos head coaching search. Mike discusses Vance Joseph being into town for the latest Broncos head coaching interview. Mike Klis weighs in on what the next steps are for the Broncos if Vance Joseph is hired or not hired today by the Broncos. Mike also talks about if the Broncos could bring in a fourth head coaching candidate or not. Listen to the full interview here!
For the rest of hour one Brandon Stokley explains what Vance Joseph needs to pitch to John Elway today in order to get the Broncos head coaching position. Brandon Stokley explains what Vance Joseph must say to Broncos GM John Elway in order to impress him. Cecil Lammey also weighs in with his thoughts on Vance Joseph interviewing with the Broncos.
Hour two Cecil Lammey and Brandon stokley talk about the difference between Vance Joseph’s interview with the Broncos compared to Dave Toub’s and Kyle Shanahan’s. The guys break down why Vance Joseph’s interview with the Broncos may be slightly different than the other two interviews so far. Brandon Stokley goes into why he feels that Vance Joseph will need to really wow the Broncos in his interview because of how great Kyle Shanahan did in his interview with the team. The fellas discuss that and more relating to the Broncos head coaching search.
Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley go into the Broncos offensive and defensive coordinator situation as they try to find a new head coach. The guys explain how important the coordinator positions are to whoever takes over as the next Broncos head coach. Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley weigh in on who they feel should take over as offensive and defensive coordinator next season.
Hour three Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley talk about last night’s National Championship game between Clemson and Alabama. The guys break down the game and look at how the Clemson Tigers were able to beat Alabama. Cecil Lammey then talks about which players from last nights game could be draft this year. Cecil looks at if the Broncos will end up with any drafted players from Clemson or Alabama.
For the rest of the final hour the guys talk about the Broncos head coaching position as well as some other openings from around the league. The guys first discuss which coaching staff for the Broncos would be the most impressive for the team. Plus, the guys talk about the scary scenario if Kyle Shanahan were to become the San Diego Chargers next head coach.
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