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It’s beyond time to recognize Randy Gradishar. The Drive: 01.15.20

DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 27: Randy Gradishar #52 of the Denver Broncos fights off the block of Ed White #67 of the San Diego Chargers during an NFL football game September 27, 1981 at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado. Gradishar played for the Broncos from 1974-83. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

LISTEN TO HOUR ONE HERE!

In the first hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to the firing of T.C. McCartney. What potential impact could this move have on Drew Lock in 2020? The guys discuss Randy Gradishar missing the cut once again in the Hall of Fame voting. Is Luke Keuchly a Hall of Famer? DMac asks Tyler and Nick whether or not Nolan Arenado will be a member of the Rockies this season.

LISTEN TO HOUR TWO HERE!

In the second hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to Joel Klatt’s comments regarding Drew Lock and his potential development with the Broncos. The guys discuss wheat changes need to be made to the Rooney Rule in order to improve the diversity within the NFL’s front offices. Nick applauds Brandon Stokley for his latest change to the Big Board of Possibilities. DMac dives into the culture behind being a coach, regardless of the sport, and what kind of impact culture can have on a team. Troy Renck, our Fan Broncos Insider, joined the show to discuss Randy Gradishar being left off of the Hall of Fame vote this year and Nolan Arenado’s future.

LISTEN TO HOUR THREE HERE!

In the third hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick talk with Bronco legend Randy Gradishar about his Hall of Fame resume and where his head is at after being left off the ballot once again. The guys discuss whether or not Gradishar’s number should be retired.

LISTEN TO HOUR FOUR HERE!

In the fourth hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to the firing of T.C. McCartney. Nick highlights an unfortunate situation unfolding with Khalil Mack and his charitable donations. The guys talk with Bronco legend Randy Gradishar about his Hall of Fame resume and where his head is at after being left off the ballot once again.

Photo Credit: Focus 0n Sport – Getty Images