Sandy Clough -04/19/2017 – Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus filling in for Sandy Clough live in studio. Wednesday’s show the guys talk about the Broncos offensive line and the upcoming NFL Draft in just about a week.
Hour one Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus talk about the Broncos offensive line as well as offensive line prospects in the upcoming draft. First, the guys weigh in on some of the prospects in this years draft. Tyler Polumbus goes into what kind of careers each of those top prospects will have in the NFL. Tyler breaks down what would define a successful career for any of the top offensive line prospects in the draft this year. Tyler Polumbus also gives some insight into how players vote for The Pro Bowl every year.
For the rest of hour one Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus break down how the Broncos fix their offensive line this off-season. The guys look at whether or not the Broncos should still fix their offensive line with a trade or by signing a free agent left tackle.
Hour two Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus talk about if the Broncos will trade up or down in the draft this year. Tyler Polumbus gives his thoughts on if he feels the Broncos will trade up to grab an offensive lineman or move back to grab an offensive lineman or someone else. Tyler Polumbus gives some of his overall thoughts on the Broncos draft plans. Cecil Lammey also weighs in on what the Broncos will do this year. Cecil Lammey explains why he he’s not going to draft an offensive lineman and instead trade up to grab an impact player like Christian McCaffrey.
For the rest of hour two the guys talk about some other news heading into the NFL Draft. Tyler Polumbus goes into some of those headlines and what he’s most looking for going into the NFL Draft. Cecil Lammey also weighs in on what’s next for the Broncos if they don’t take an offensive lineman in the draft this year.
- Siemian, Lynch co-starters as Broncos drop first 2017 depth chart
- Confirmed: Brandon McManus to help kick off season at Fan Football Fest
- Rockies original manager, 1979 AL MVP Don Baylor dies at age 68
- Watch – Broncos QB Siemian: 'I've got a pretty good chip on my shoulder'
- Shanahan feels like a ‘proud’ father seeing TD go into Hall of Fame