Charlie Taaffe: The Drive 3/22/17
Kyle Berry | March 22, 2017 5:41 pm
Charlie Taaffe joins the show to talk about Paxton Lynch and his progress this off-season. What is different now for Paxton than before the 2016 NFL Draft, and what coming out of the Memphis system did for Lynch. Charlie says Paxton has been spending time working under center, quick release & throwing motion, and feels when his strides are too long. Preparation has been important, and Charlie says timing between these green QBs and their receivers is critical. Paxton knew nothing when he came to Denver, and Charlie gives some insight on where he is now and how far he’s come in his development.
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Nate Solder: The Drive 3/22/17
Kyle Berry | March 22, 2017 5:13 pm
Nate Solder joins the show & says he learned on the run, and by the time he was a first-rounder the technique had not come overnight. Nate tells DMac the Broncos LT situation is not an inevitable disaster, and it’s also not an easy position. Nate talks about his ability to watch & pick out things a player can improve on in 10 minutes or less, like footwork, quickness, and getting your hands inside. Nate says it’s imperative to remember the people you had success with, and Brady’s missing jersey was like watching an episode of Narcos, he couldn’t even find a pair of Cutters gloves at the time. Also, Solder says bottom line: NFL is a business.
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Cecil Lammey: The Drive 3/22/17
Kyle Berry | March 22, 2017 5:03 pm
Cecil Lammey joins the show to talk about why the staff didn’t like Paxton Lynch in his first year, and if he’s ready & willing to put in the work this off-season to lead the Broncos offense in ’17. The guys debate if Paxton is even comfy being a backup, and how much working with Charlie Taaffe is helping his game.
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Cecil Lammey: Sandy Clough 03/22/2017
104.3 The Fan | March 22, 2017 12:08 pm
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil talks about the draft and where the Broncos can find some help on the offensive side of the ball as far as impact players go. Cecil also gives some other news and notes going into the draft this year.
Chris Landry: Sandy Clough 03/22/2017
104.3 The Fan | March 22, 2017 11:37 am
Chris Landry from landryfootball.com joined Sandy Clough. Chris talks about the NFL Draft in April. Chris breaks down which players the Broncos might have a shot at in the first round at 20 overall. Chris then looks at offensive lineman in the draft. Chris weighs in on which offensive lineman might be worth it for the Broncos to take a look at to fill some needs on their offensive lineman. Chris then gives some thoughts on the latest with Tony Romo and some news on free agent quarterback Jay Cutler. Chris Landry discusses whether or not the Cowboys would take a later round draft pick in order to trade Romo. Chris breaks that down and much more!
Tyler Polumbus: Sandy Clough 03/22/2017
104.3 The Fan | March 22, 2017 10:39 am
Former Broncos offensive lineman Tyler Polumbus joined Sandy Clough. Tyler talks about the upcoming NFL Draft and where the Broncos go in the first round of the draft at 20 overall. Tyler Polumbus goes over a few names of prospects that might be available for the Broncos at #20 overall of the first round and which one of those players he would rather see drafted. Tyler then breaks down some offensive line prospects and who out of that bunch could be ready day one to start in the NFL. Tyler breaks that down and more as we draw closer to the NFL Draft in April.
Troy Renck: The Drive 3/21/17
Kyle Berry | March 21, 2017 5:18 pm
Troy Renck joins the show to talk about the World Baseball Classic and what would happen if Kershaw went to play in the WBC and got hurt. Troy says there is reason for optimism with the Rockies this season, and the loss of Chad Bettis is hard to take. Also, how Paxton Lynch can take the reigns and close the gap this off-season, how critical Trevor Siemian’s shoulder injury is, and when we can expect Trevor back throwing the pigskin again.
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Cecil Lammey: The Drive 3/21/17
Kyle Berry | March 21, 2017 4:10 pm
Cecil Lammey joins the show to talk about Trump’s comments on Kaepernick and why Jay Cutler hasn’t signed with any teams. Al mentions Kaepernick could be seen as a distraction, and San Francisco did Kaepernick no favors. DMac says the 49ers cast a negative light on the situation, and taking a knee during the National Anthem must have been a catalyst. Also, Cecil asks the guys how the systems Colin has been in over the past few seasons have helped or hurt his value.
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Mike Klis: Brandon Stokley 03/21/2017
104.3 The Fan | March 21, 2017 1:05 pm
9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis joined Tyler Polumbus and Brandon Stokley. Mike first talks about how long the Broncos can wait in order to get Tony Romo as their starting quarterback. Mike goes through what is playing into the situation. Mike then discusses Tony Romo’s contract and where the Broncos would want to go as far as how much Romo makes each year of his deal. Mike then breaks down the Broncos offensive line and if Denver would be in the market for a trade to get a left tackle. Mike also weighs in on Joe Mixon and where he could see Mixon going in the draft this year. Mike Klis discusses that and more as the NFL off-season roles on.
Cecil Lammey: Sandy Clough 03/21/2017
104.3 The Fan | March 21, 2017 12:21 pm
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey talks about whether or not Cecil Lammey would make the Broncos or the Texans a Super Bowl contender right away. Cecil Lammey also goes into the Broncos current quarterback situation and why everyone leaves Paxton Lynch out of the conversation for right now. Cecil Lammey breaks that down and much more!
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