Friday March 17th, 2017
The Drive with Big Al & Cecil LIVE in studio. Chad Brown joins the show and takes Al’s side promoting a chalk bracket. The possibility of handing a contract to King Dunlap is brought up, and Chad got the chance to watch a lot of tape on him & says he’s a viable candidate, but on the steep decline. Cecil asks Chad about the Tony Romo vibe, and Chad’s not feeling it. He knows the Romo situation differs from manning’s years ago, and Romo’s ad-lib improv abilities & refusal to go down will lead to injuries.
Mesmerized by the good weather & the good basketball, Cecil involves analytics in his bracketology, and asks Big Al if he remembers the Fab 5. Al wonders how much time is spent filling out brackets, and is sad NBA basketball is about to be over. The guys talk about the perfect atmosphere for playoffs, and challenge the listeners to name a fictional character with a statue. Chad Brown joins the show and takes Al’s side promoting a chalk bracket. The possibility of handing a contract to King Dunlap is brought up, and Chad got the chance to watch a lot of tape on him & says he’s a viable candidate, but on the steep decline. Cecil asks Chad about the Tony Romo vibe, and Chad’s not feeling it. He knows the Romo situation differs from manning’s years ago, and Romo’s ad-lib improv abilities & refusal to go down will lead to injuries. Also, Chad says the Cowboys will be forced to release Romo, but he won’t be picked up by the Broncos. Listen to the interview HERE! Also, the guys play with the scenario of Fournette falling to 20, talk JPP’s new deal, and can’t believe the Chargers are thinking QB.
The guys debate if wearing green is a big deal and if the two-back system in college football for LSU & Stanford is dying out. Autographs and paying for your old jersey number are brought up by Cecil, and Al says he’s too cheap to do that. Potential landing spots for Adrian Peterson, and what will happen to Mitchell Trubisky. Also, Big Al’s bracket on 104.3 The Fan’s website is seeing a lot more red after upsets in Day 2 of the NCAA Tournament, and the guys talk about Big Al’s athletic abilities in basketball before he played college football.
Cecil tries to convince Al that David Njoku is a good move for Denver, and the guys shudder at the thought of Forrest Lamp or another guard in the first round. Selections Al doesn’t want the Broncos to make, and whether or not Cam Robinson is a guard at the end of the day. Al explains how players get hurt in the NFL, and Cecil says Patrick Mahomes is rocketing up NFL draft boards. Colin Kaepernick’s days in San Francisco may not be over, and Cecil mentions NFL teams having concerns about Dalvin Cook off the field. Big Al would love to see Marshawn Lynch in the NFL again, and the NY Jets spin their story about letting Dont’a Hightower go back to New England. Also, D-Wade trends down as he is ruled out for the season with an elbow, and last minute bracket busting in Who Ya Got?!
© Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Spend your morning tapping into the wealth of sport knowledge from three-time Super Bowl champion and former Broncos offensive lineman Mark "Stink" Schlereth and longtime Denver sports radio voice Mike Evans. Schlereth spent 12 seasons in the NFL, earning two trips to the Pro Bowl and winning a Super Bowl with the Redskins and two with the Broncos. He's also a longtime NFL analyst for ESPN and supporting cast member of "Ballers" on HBO. Evans has graced the sports radio airwaves for two decades, 15 years in Denver. He's a proud graduate of Syracuse University.
Inject your morning routine with great football discussion and analysis with Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey. Cecil is one of the nations most respected football analysts, gets you the inside scoop from reports from the Broncos UCHealth Training Center to college football all-star games (East-West Shrine Game, Senior Bowl) to the NFL combine and draft. Hes an authority on NFL prospects from across the country. He is also a senior writer for FootballGuys.com. You can follow Cecil on Twitter @cecillammey.
Let Sandy Clough, one of the most recognizable voices in Denver sports radio, guide you through your work day every weekday leading into the afternoon. Sandy's been the authority in sports radio for nearly four decades in Denver. No other show will give you the insight and experience that Sandy provides.
Kick off your afternoon with Stokley and Zach, featuring two-time Super Bowl champion Brandon Stokley and radio veteran Zach Bye. Stokley earned his two NFL titles with the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts and spent two stints with the Denver Broncos. Bye hails from the Empire State and is the former voice of the University of Albany Great Danes football, basketball and lacrosse programs. Follow them on Twitter: @bstokley14 and @byesline.
Big Al and DMac help you get through the end of your day with the best afternoon sports radio talk show in Denver. DMac is a 1991 graduate of Syracuse University and has covered Colorado sports for The Fan since 2008. Alfred Williams, a College Football Hall of Famer, won the 1990 Butkus Award and was the captain for that year's consensus National Champion University of Colorado squad. He played nine years in the NFL, winning two Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos.
Each morning at 6:30, get your day started right as Schlereth and Evans serves up The Morning Brew. Mark Schlereth and Mike Evan take you around the world of sports, taking in and breaking down the top stories of the day. So tune in to get your fix before you head out into the world for the day. Brought to you every morning by McDonalds.
Terry Wickstrom, the authority in everything outdoors, talks fishing, hunting, camping and more every Saturday morning.rnWickstrom, host of the popular television show "Angling Adventures" and previously "Mountain States Fishing," is a nationally published outdoor author, an accomplished multi-species angler, and has served on the "pro staff" of many top fishing industry companies.rn
Jerry Walters and Cousin Ray Best provide up-to-the-minute details about golf in Colorado, rules and all the professional tours. The Boys of Summer interview the biggest names in golf every Saturday mornings throughout the golf season.