C.J. and Stokley – 01/11/2017 – C.J. and Stokley live in studio. Wednesday’s show the guys talk about the breaking news as Vane Joseph as agreed to become the Broncos new head coach. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, former CU quarterback Kordell Stewart, 9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey all joined the show.
Hour one C.J. and Brandon Stokley break the news as Vance Joseph becomes the new head coach of the Broncos. The guys give their thoughts on Vance Joseph as a head coach and why the Broncos were so intent on bringing him into the locker room.
Former CU quarterback Kordell Stewart joined C.J. and Brandon Stokley. Kordell goes into what type of teammate Vance Joseph was and what kind of head coach he’ll be for the Broncos. Kordell weighs in with what Vance Joseph brings to the table. Listen to the full interview here!
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter joined C.J. and Stokley. Adam breaks the news as the Broncos hire Vance Joseph as their next head coach. Adam gets into the details of the contract and what this means for the Broncos moving forward. Adam also discusses what this could mean for Wade Phillips and the Broncos offensive and defensive coordinators. Adam Schefter weighs in on that and more relating to new Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two 9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis joined Sandy Clough. Mike helps break the news as the Broncos and Vance Joseph agreed on a 4 year contract. Mike discusses the latest details into how the deal got done and what Vance Joseph brings to the Denver Broncos. Mike then starts to get into the Broncos offensive and defensive coordinator positions. Mike explains whether or not Wade Phillips could be on the move this off-season. Listen to the full interview here!
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined C.J. and Stokley. Cecil talks about the hiring of Vance Joseph and what that means for the Broncos moving forward. Cecil Lammey discusses what’s behind the Broncos hiring of Vance Joseph and what that could mean for the Broncos offensive coordinator position. List of the full interview here!
For the rest of the hour C.J. and Stokley give some more overall thoughts on the Broncos hiring Vance Joseph. C.J. goes into how proud he is of Vance Joseph from his time at CU to now being the head coach of the Broncos.
Hour three C.J. and Stokley go through the career of Vance Joseph. The guys look at the coaching stops hes made and what has prepared him for his first head coaching job in the NFL. The fellas also discuss where the Broncos from here with their defense as Wade Phillips might not return next year with the team. The guys weigh in on how Vance Joseph will manage this Broncos defense in the 2017-2018 season.
John Middlekauff from CSN Bay Area joined C.J. and Stokley. John talks about the Broncos offensive coordinator position with Vance Joseph being hired as the teams new head coach. John goes into Mike McCoy all but being a lock to become the Broncos next offensive coordinator under head coach Vance Joseph. Listen to the full interview here!
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