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A Rising Star: The Drive 4/9/19

WACO, TX - NOVEMBER 19: Alex Barnes #34 of the Kansas State Wildcats celebrates his touchdown with Dalton Risner #71 of the Kansas State Wildcats against the Baylor Bears at McLane Stadium on November 19, 2016 in Waco, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

LISTEN TO HOUR ONE HERE!

In the first hour, D-Mac and Chad react to Derek Wolfe’s comments from Dove Valley today. Wolfe said he wants to be a Bronco for life and commented on the current coaching staff’s leadership qualities. D-Mac asks Chad about loyalty and sportsmanship in sports, at all levels, today and how the focus has shifted over the years.

LISTEN TO HOUR TWO HERE!

In the second hour, Kansas State offensive lineman and Wiggins, Colorado native Dalton Risner joined the program to talk about his visit to the Broncos facility earlier this month. Risner talked about what it felt like to visit with the team he rooted for as a child and to sit down with John Elway, Vic Fangio, Mike Munchak and others.   D-Mac and Chad react to Kyle Korver’s article in the Players’ Tribune about white privilege. Is his assessment of race and the sports landscape relevant to the rest of the world? The guys react to Derek Wolfe saying he wants to be Bronco for life, and the rest of his comments to the media today. With several highly-rated offensive lineman in this year’s draft, should the Broncos make a move to replace Garett Bolles?

LISTEN TO HOUR THREE HERE!

In the third hour, D-Mac and Chad discuss which position the Broncos should draft in the first round this year. D-Mac disagrees with Joel Klatt’s mock draft and says the time for the Broncos to address Garett Bolles and the offensive line in the early rounds in next year, not this year. Did Michael Malone and the Nuggets essentially “tank” their game against the Portland Trailblazers in order to secure a more favorable playoff matchup? Kansas State offensive lineman and Wiggins, Colorado native Dalton Risner joined the program to talk about his visit to the Broncos facility earlier this month. Risner talked about what it felt like to visit with the team he rooted for as a child and to sit down with John Elway, Vic Fangio, Mike Munchak and others.

 

PHOTO CREDIT: Ronald Martinez – Getty Images