Pritchard & Cecil – 02/13/2018 – Pritchard & Cecil live in studio. Tuesday’s show the guys talk about the quarterback position for the Broncos and some other positions of interest or need for the team. Sam Monson from Pro Football Focus joined the program.
Hour one Pritchard & Cecil talk about how the Raiders could be interested in a wide receiver via the draft. Should the Broncos be interested in a wide receiver as well? Pritchard & Cecil talk about the wide receiver moving forward this off-season for the Denver Broncos. Also, how can the Broncos manipulate the salary cap to get the free agents they want this off-season? Pritchard & Cecil look at the teams cap room and players that might have to get to take a pay cut or trade in order to get enough room to get these certain players. Plus, a NFL teams stop gap does not only mean quarterback. Pritch breaks it all down on how teams can get a stop gap or players not at the quarterback position that can have an impact on a franchise right away.
Hour two Pritchard & Cecil are joined by Sam Monson from Pro Football Focus. Sam Monson talks about the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft and some of the prospects that stand out right now. Sam Monson also specifically breaks down some of the quarterbacks in the draft this year. Listen to the full interview here!
For the rest of hour two Pritchard & Cecil talk about some of the needs for the Broncos this off-season and if the Broncos can fill some of those spots through the draft. Pritchard & Cecil talk about some of the change of pace backs that will be available in the draft this off-season and why this is the year to draft a change of pace running back. The guys break that down and much more!
Hour three Pritchard & Cecil first talk about Kirk Cousins and the off-season process that will take place with teams trying to sign Kirk Cousins. The guys break down how much money in free agency Kirk Cousins could see. Mike Pritchard gives his answer on how much money he could see Cousins getting. Cecil Lammey also weighs in with his answer. Also, Mike Pritchard explains why he could see a bidding war breaking out for Kirk Cousins and how he would only want Kirk Cousins if he can keep his completion percentage to a certain amount. The fellas get into that and more to wrap up Tuesday’s show as the Broncos off-season rolls on!
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