Stokley & Zach – 04/19/2017 – Brandon Stokley and Zach Bye live in studio. Wednesday’s show the guys react to T.J. Ward and Darian Stewart’s press conferences from out at Dove Valley. The fellas also talk about the upcoming NFL Draft. Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined the show.
Hour one Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley listen into Broncos safeties Darian Stewart and T.J. Ward as they talked to the media from out at Dove Valley. First, Darian Stewart talked to the media out at Dove Valley about his off-season, the Broncos defense this next year and the Patriots visiting The White House today after winning the Super Bowl this past season. T.J. Ward then talks to the media about the Broncos defense, what he’s worked on this off-season and some other off-season subjects as well.
Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley then react to some of those comments made by Stewart and Ward. The guys talk about what Stewart had to say and what stood out to them the most with comments on the Broncos quarterback leadership situation. The fellas then break down Ward’s comments.
Hour two Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley talk about if the Broncos need another running back this next season. The guys look at the Broncos current stable of running backs and if they can get the job done this next season. Brandon Stokley gives his thoughts on the Broncos running back situation and why they need some different type of running backs on the team in 2017. Brandon Stokley goes into what type of running back that the Broncos should think of bring in via the draft this year. Zach Bye also gives some of his thoughts on the Broncos running back situation.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Stokley & Zach. Cecil talks about whether or not the Broncos could end up with a chance to draft Joe Mixon in the upcoming draft. Cecil Lammey also goes into some other prospects heading into the draft this year. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour three Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley talk about the first couple rounds of the draft and where the Broncos need to go. The guys break down why the Broncos must hit on their first two draft picks this season. Brandon Stokley explains why there will be players through out the draft that the Broncos can hit on but that the first two rounds are a must for the Broncos. The fellas get into that and much more with the NFL Draft. Zach Bye also gives some thoughts on the Broncos picks needing to make a big impact in year one or year two of their NFL careers, The guys get into that and much more!
For the rest of the final hour Zach Bye and Brandon Stokley go more into the Broncos second round pick and if it needs to sizzle. The fellas look at players that could have a big impact on the Broncos offensively or even defensively next season right away.
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