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Looking ahead to Training Camp. The Drive: 6/11/19

DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 15: Wide receiver Courtland Sutton #14, wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton #17, outside linebacker Bradley Chubb #55, and running back Phillip Lindsay #30 of the Denver Broncos stand on the field during the national anthem before a game against the Cleveland Browns at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on December 15, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)


In the first hour, DMac and Tom discuss the Warriors’ victory in Game 5 last night. Should Kevin Durant have played at all? Did Toronto miss their opportunity to close out the series? Tom criticizes the Women’s National Team for excessively celebrating their blowout victory over Thailand today. The guys discuss the latest updates on David Ortiz and the unfortunate events that took place in the Dominican Republic over the weekend. DMac highlights some interesting dates from the Broncos Training Camp schedule, which was released today.


In the second hour, DMac and Tom discuss the Broncos’ Training Camp schedule. Tom points out differences he sees in training camps now compared to when he was playing for the Broncos. Dmac comments on Emmanuel Sanders’ latest social media posts and previews some questions he may ask when Sanders sits down with him and Tom tomorrow. The guys criticize the US Women’s National team for excessively celebrating their 13 goals against Thailand this afternoon. DMac highlights the crowd’s positive reaction to Carlos Gonzalez being back in Coors Field, even if he’s playing for the other team. Tom explains why he is thrilled the Raiders will be featured on Hard Knocks this year.


In the third hour, DMac and Tom hand out their High Fives for the day, highlighting positive moments in sports this week. Tom says the Golden State Warriors showed toughness pulling out a victory in Game 5 last night. The guys discuss how the Rockies will perform in Peter Lambert’s second start tonight against the Cubs. Tom doubles down saying DMac is over the line assuming players that stay with underperforming teams don’t really want to win.

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