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Reasons why the Broncos should or shouldn’t bring in Tony Romo: Brandon Stokley

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Brandon Stokley – 02/16/2017 – Cecil Lammey sitting in with Brandon Stokley live in studio. Thursday’s show the guys talk about the latest news surrounding Tony Romo possibly being released, how the Broncos improve their offensive line in free agency and other news and notes from around the NFL right now.

Listen to hour one here!

Hour one Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley talk about the latest news with Tony Romo and if the Broncos could be interested in him if he’s released. The guys start by looking at what type of contract the Broncos would have to give a player like Tony Romo is they want to make him their starting quarterback. The fellas then start to weigh in on what the positives would be if the Broncos pursued Tony Romo in free agency. The guys then look at the other side and the reasons why the Broncos shouldn’t bring in Tony Romo. Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley then weigh in on what their thoughts are on Tony Romo.

Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley explain why they think it would be a bad idea to bring in Tony Romo this off-season. The guys go through the list of things that would bring the Broncos trouble with Romo including his injury history and missing games every season. The fellas break that down and more!

Listen to hour two here!

Hour two Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley talk about the Broncos offensive line and how they improve it in free agency this off-season. The guys go through the list of available offensive lineman and which ones would make the most sense for the Broncos to sign this off-season. Cecil Lammey first goes into his top available options for the Broncos on the offensive line and which ones make the most sense for the team this off-season. Brandon Stokley then goes into which offensive lineman he would most like to see the Broncos go after. The fellas break that down and look at what the Broncos would have to give up in order to trade for a player like Joe Thomas.

For the rest of hour two Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley the guys talk about the Nuggets falling at home last night to Minnesota and the Tony Romo news of the day. The guys go back into what it would take for the Broncos to sign Tony Romo this off-season.

Listen to hour three here!

Hour three Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley talk about what the Broncos might do in the first round of the NFL draft this season. The guys look at if the Broncos will look at Christian McCaffrey or look at other opportunity’s that could be there in the first round of the draft. Cecil Lammey explains where he would go if McCaffrey is not available for the Broncos at number 20 overall. Brandon Stokley also gives his thoughts and why the Broncos really need to make sure they get an impact player in the first round of this seasons NFL draft.

Ed Werder from ESPN joined Cecil Lammey and Brandon Stokley. Ed talks about the latest with Tony Romo and what’s behind Romo possibly being released by the Cowboys. Ed discusses why Tony Romo has some leverage against the Cowboys in releasing him before June. Ed then breaks down why Tony Romo going to the Broncos would be a big move for the team if he stayed healthy. Ed weighs in on that and more! Listen to the full interview here!

Podcasts

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