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Are the Broncos tipping their hand?:The Drive 4/12/19

ORLANDO, FL - DECEMBER 19: Josh Oliver #89 of the San Jose State Spartans makes a reception for a touchdown during the AutoNation Cure Bowl against the Georgia State Panthers at Florida Citrus Bowl on December 19, 2015 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Chad Brown sat in with D-Mac today!

LISTEN TO HOUR ONE HERE!

In the first hour, D-Mac and Chad react to the Avalanche’s disappointing showing in Game 1 against Calgary last night. Will Jared Bednar & Co. be able to right the ship tomorrow night? The guys provide live updates of today’s Masters action. D-Mac and Chad argue over lawn etiquette. ESPN Rockies Insider Pedro Gomez joins the program to break down what’s wrong with the Rockies as their hitting woes continue. After 3 consecutive poor series to start the season, is it time to hit the panic button?

LISTEN TO HOUR TWO HERE!

In the second hour, D-Mac and Chad discuss San Jose State tight end Josh Oliver coming in for a visit at Dove Valley. The guys speculate what the Broncos’ pre-draft visit selections say about their draft priorities. What is real and what is likely a smokescreen from John Elway? D-Mac acknowledges the fact that Game of Thrones is finally upon us and Chad grossly underestimates how quickly he will get hooked on the show once he begins binge watching. The guys provide updates on what’s happening at Augusta today, where Tiger Woods is still in contention. Fan Insider, and former Denver Nugget, Earl Boykins joins the program to assess where the Nuggets are at ahead of their first playoff game against the Spurs tomorrow night.

LISTEN TO HOUR THREE HERE!

In the third hour, D-Mac and Chad react to last night’s disappointing performances from both the Avalanche and the Rockies. Can the Nuggets avoid a slow start against San Antonio and win Game 1 tonight at home? Chad explains what he say from CU’s situational scrimmage this week. The guys react to CBS & Rotoworld’s joint mock draft, which has the Broncos passing on several high-profile players in order to secure an offensive lineman in the first round. D-Mac says the Broncos basically can’t mess up their first round pick unless they take one particular player. The guys close out the hour reviewing all of the players the Broncos have brought in for pre-draft visits so far this offseason. Do these visits provide credible insight into what the team’s draft strategy will be in a couple of weeks?

 

PHOTO CREDIT: Sam Greenwood – Getty Images

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