Stokley & Zach 06/15/2017 – Mandatory mini camp is done and the Broncos get a month off. What does that mean for the quarterback battle? Vance Joseph is the only one to speak out at dove valley today and he has a parting message for this players. Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys.
Hour one kicks off with the guys reacting to Broncos quarterback, Paxton Lynch starting with the first team on day three of mandatory mini camp. Brandon is more interested in who starts training camp. Denver Broncos head coach, Vance Joseph is live at the podium at Dove Valley. He gives an update on newly injured defensive lineman, Adam Gotsis. Vance goes into what he tells the young guys about being smart off the field. The guys get some breaking NBA news that involves the Denver Nuggets. LeBron has finally moved on from his hair line, Zach loves it.
Something stuck out to Zach in Vance Joseph’s last word to the media on Thursday. Vance says he is looking for the most consistent quarterback, and Zach thinks that is Trevor Siemian. The Rockies are starting a long stretch against divisional opponents and that means that we have a chance to re take the division lead and hold on to it. The University of Louisville basketball team is being punished by the NCAA. 108 wins and 15 NCAA tournament wins could be vacated including a National Championship. Brandon thinks that the punishment is a little harsh for the whole team.
The final hour kicks off with Vance Joseph saying he is worried about depth on the defense. There are a few free agents that are available including Peyton’s former teammate, Dwight Freeney. The Louisville basketball team is in hot water for rule violations involving recruits. What does this mean for the school? Rick Pitino is suspended, and how many wins could they lose? The guys react. Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys in studio as mandatory mini camp wraps up. Cecil goes over who might not make the 53 man roster, and whats going on with Broncos quarterback, Chad Kelly’s injury. Zach asks Cecil about the tight end production. Catch that full interview HERE
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