Stokley & Zach – 04/18/2017 – Brandon Stokley and Zach Bye live in studio. Tuesday’s show the guys react to the Aqib Talib news and the Bradley Roby news of the day as well. Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined the show in the second hour.
Hour one Brandon Stokley and Zach Bye talk about and react to the news of Aqib Talib not being suspended by the NFL. Brandon Stokley gives some thoughts on why this is the best case scenario for the Broncos and the teams defense. Brandon Stokley weighs in how this now is even better with the Bradley Roby news today as well. Zach Bye then gives some of his thoughts on the Talib news and what’s next for Talib past this next season. Zach Bye throws out the questions of what’s next for Talib past this season contract wise.
For the rest of the first hour Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley talk about the best news this off-season for the Broncos and if it could be the Aqib Talib news. Brandon Stokley goes into what he thinks has been the best news this off-season for the Broncos. Zach Bye also weighs in and explains his reasoning for why the biggest news story may not have happened yet.
Hour two Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley take some listener reaction on the Aqib Talib news from today. The guys read some texts and react to the news some more as well. Brandon Stokley goes into if he would even consider trading Talib this off-season now that the Broncos are picking up Bradley Roby’s option next season. Brandon Stokley also goes into why anything can happen during the draft but that he finds it highly unlikely that the Broncos would deal Talib during the draft. Zach Bye also gives some of his thoughts on the topic.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Stokley & Zach. Cecil Lammey reacts to the breaking news of the day as Aqib Talib will not be suspended or fined by the NFL. Cecil Lammey goes into what this could mean for the Broncos on defense this season. Cecil also breaks down some news heading into the NFL Draft later this month. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour three Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley talk about what Aqib Talib will bring to the Broncos defense this next season. Brandon Stokley explains what Talib does for a defense and why it’s so big for the Broncos to have Talib available for all 16 games coming up this next season. Brandon Stokley weighs in on where Talib ranks in the league right now as far as corner backs in the NFL goes. Zach Bye then gives some of his overall thoughts on the Broncos defense.
For the rest of hour three the guys get into if there’s a position that the Broncos shouldn’t draft in the first round this year. The fellas look at which positions the Broncos should be looking at and should not be looking at. Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley get into that and much more heading into camp this year.
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