Brandon Stokley – 03/16/2017 – Raj Sharan sitting in alongside Brandon Stokley live in studio. Thursday’s show the guys go into Joe Mixon visiting the Broncos, the upcoming NFL Draft, the NCAA Tournament getting fired up and other Broncos related news. Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined the show.
Hour one Raj Sharan and Brandon Stokley talk about the Broncos meeting with prospect Joe Mixon today. The guys go into what type of player Mixon was in college as well as his off the field trouble he ran into over the years. Brandon Stokley gives his thoughts on Mixon and why it’s important for the Broncos to do their homework on Mixon before they would even think about drafting a player like him. Raj Sharan also gives some of this thoughts on the issue as we draw closer to the NFL Draft next month.
For the rest of the first hour the guys talk about the Broncos left tackle situation. The fellas debate how the Broncos will best fill their needs on the offensive line as Denver still looks for a left tackle. Brandon Stokley gives his thoughts on why the Broncos should maybe consider drafting and signing another left tackle in order to sure up the situation. Raj Sharan breaks down the position as well for the Denver Broncos.
Hour two Raj Sharan and Brandon Stokley talk about the NCAA Tournament getting started today. The guys break down if this is the greatest day in sports every single year. The fellas go through some other great days in sports and where they rank compared to the NCAA Tournament getting started every year. Brandon Stokley then goes a little into his bracket and who he has moving onto the championship game this year. Raj Sharan also discusses the issue and who he sees moving onto the championship game this year during the NCAA Tournament. The guys also get into some more Joe Mixon discussion and how this will impact the Broncos draft possibly.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Raj Sharan and Brandon Stokley. Cecil talks about Joe Mixon visiting with the Broncos today. Cecil Lammey goes into who Mixon is on the field and what types of issues he’s had off the field. Cecil then starts to go into the Broncos offensive line and where the Broncos need to go at the left tackle position this season. Cecil Lammey goes into that and much more! Listen to the full interview here!
Hour three Raj Sharan and Brandon Stokley talk more about Joe Mixon being in town to visit with the Broncos. The guys look at what Mixon would bring to the team as well as some of the negatives as Mixon has had off the field problems in the past. The guys then ask the question of would it be worth it for the Broncos to draft someone like Mixon. Brandon Stokley gives some more thoughts on that and what type of player Mixon was in college. The fellas break that down and much more.
For the rest of the final hour Raj Sharan and Brandon Stokley talk about some of the final scores coming out of the opening day of the NCAA Tournament today. The guys go into some of those scores and which games were the best of the day so far. Brandon Stokley gives some more thoughts on the NCAA Tournament and some of his past memories from past tournaments. Raj Sharan also shares his stories from the NCAA Tournament.
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