Stokley & Zach 03/12/2018
The Monday version of Stoke & Zach kicks off with Von Miller responding to Stoke saying the Broncos should be open to trading Von in order to rebuild.
The free agency tampering period has officially started on Monday and the fellas tell us who they think could go where. The Houston Texans are reportedly interested in a name that Stoke and Zach have been high on, Nate Solder.
The Broncos place 2nd round tenders on Matt Paradis and Shaq Barrett but not Bennie Fowler. According to a report, the Broncos are not planning on releasing CJ Anderson at this time and the fellas react to the Broncos decisions.
There was a Cousins goodbye to Washington, where he thanks the city of Washington D.C. and he tagged three teams in the goodbye. The Denver Broncos were not one of those teams.
Mike Klis of 9News said that the Broncos were interested in quarterback, Tyrod Taylor over the weekend and the fellas dive into why the Broncos would want a mobile quarterback. Zach says he is glad it didn’t go through.
AJ McCarron, has just been reported to be on the Broncos radar and the fellas wonder if the quarterback would be a bridge guy or if they are interested in him becoming the franchise guy.
There are a few big name free agents that aren’t quarterbacks and Stoke tells us if he thinks the Broncos should pursue them.
There are a few other big names that are quarterbacks in free agency and Stoke ranks the remaining quarterbacks excluding Case Keenum and Kirk Cousins.
Adam Gotsis has been arrested on a sexual assault charge from 2013 and the fellas have the news Nicki Jhabvala broke initially.
With Drew Brees being the quarterback that he is, the fellas wonder what is taking the New Orleans Saints so long to reach a deal. Stoke thinks the Kirk Cousins money will have something to do with the deal.
Stokley is Stoked Up about how exciting the free agency period is starting to get. Zach says this is the biggest time for the Denver Broncos.
The fellas talk about how exciting they think free agency and the draft wiil be for the rest of the hour.
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