Sandy Clough – 08/11/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Friday’s show Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos quarterback positon in preseason game number one as well as other notable positions on the team. Arnie Stapleton from The Associated Press joined the program.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos quarterback position and what he saw last night from both Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch in preseason game number one. Sandy Clough explains why Lynch didn’t light it up and that he looked like a raw rookie quarterback still in his second year. Sandy Clough weighs in on why Siemian looked pretty good last night though for the Broncos. Sandy Clough gives some thoughts on what’s next for the Broncos at their quarterback position.
For the rest of hour one Sandy Clough talks about some of the veterans who are battling for roster spots and how they looked last night. Sandy Clough talks about which veterans really stepped up for the Broncos and which ones didn’t look that impressive in the teams first preseason game of the season.
Hour two Sandy Clough is joined by Arnie Stapleton from The Associated Press. Arnie first talks about the Broncos quarterback position and what stood out to him. Arnie gives his impressions of both quarterbacks and why Lynch failed to really impress in preseason game number one against the Bears. Arnie then talks about some of the other players that really made a good impression in the Broncos preseason opener. Arnie Stapleton talks about that and much more! Listen to the full interview here!
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil talks about the Broncos ongoing quarterback battle and how it sits right now going into the Broncos second preseason game. Cecil also highlights some outstanding rookies that shined last night in their first live NFL game of their career.
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