Sandy Clough – 06/14/2017 – Brian Noe filled in for Sandy Clough live in studio. Wednesday’s show Brian Noe talks about the Broncos quarterback battle on day one of mandatory mini-camp yesterday out at Dove Valley. Chris Landry from landryfootball.com and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the show.
Hour one Brian Noe talks about the Broncos quarterback battle during mandatory mini-camp. Brian Noe listens to some of what Paxton Lynch, Trevor Siemian and Vance Joseph had to say to the media from out at Dove Valley. Brian Noe breaks down some of those comments and what really stood out to him yesterday at Dove Valley. Brian Noe then discusses both younger quarterbacks facing a really tough Denver defense every practice. Brian Noe talks about why it’s so tough for the Broncos quarterbacks to face that young defense every practice.
For the rest of hour one Brian Noe talks about the Broncos offensive line and some of what happened up front yesterday for the Broncos. Brian Noe goes through position by position and breaks down why the Broncos will be slightly better up front this season. Brian Noe breaks that down and much more ahead of the 2017 season.
Hour two Chris Landry from landryfootball.com joined Brian Noe. Chris first goes into his days at LSU and what it was like there. Chris then breaks down the Broncos quarterback battle. Chris talks about the Broncos quarterback situation and what will play into that competition this off-season. Chris also discusses if the Broncos quarterback battle is the most important in the league right now. Chris finishes the interview by talking about the Chiefs quarterback situation. Listen to the full interview here!
For the rest of the second hour Brian Noe talks about some other news from around the NFL. Brian Noe looks at the Colts situation in Indy and the possibility of Andrew Luck not being ready for the start of the season. Brian Noe breaks that down and much more!
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