Sandy Clough – 04/21/2017 – Cecil Lammey filling in for Sandy Clough live in studio. Friday’s show Cecil Lammey talks about the NFL Draft coming up next week on Thursday. Patrick Saunders from The Denver Post joined the program.
Hour one Cecil Lammey talks about the upcoming NFL Draft and the offensive line class in the draft this year. Cecil Lammey breaks down how the Broncos can’t take an offensive lineman in the first round because of where their picking. Cecil Lammey weighs in on the offensive line class and how the farther you go into the draft, the weaker the draft class is. Cecil Lammey discusses reasons why the Broncos will need to probably take an impact player. Cecil Lammey goes over possible players that the Broncos could look to take in the first round.
For the rest of the first hour Cecil Lammey then looks at some defensive prospects. Cecil Lammey breaks down how the Broncos can make their defense a little stronger this next year via the draft. Cecil Lammey weighs in on that and much more as the NFL Draft is less then a week away.
Hour two Cecil Lammey talks about the NFL schedule release last night. Cecil Lammey explains why he’s not happy with the Broncos schedule this season. Cecil goes into the Broncos schedule which is the toughest schedule in the NFL. Cecil goes team by team and talks about the toughest games on the teams schedule this next season. Cecil Lammey also goes into which games will be tougher and which ones will be slightly easier. Cecil Lammey goes into that and some other Broncos news heading into the draft.
Patrick Saunders from The Denver Post joined Cecil Lammey. Patrick talks about Carlos Gonzalez and his status for the series this weekend. Patrick also breaks down the Rockies taking on the Giants this weekend at home. Patrick weighs in on how important of a series this is for the Rockies. Listen to the full interview here!
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