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Is it too late now to say sorry? The Drive: 02.19.20

SCOTTSDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 27: Colorado Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich, left, speaks during Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado's press conference at Salt River Fields February 27, 2019. Colorado Rockies owner, Dick Montfort, right, sits next to Nolan. The Colorado Rockies and Arenado signed a 8-year, $260 million dollar deal, largest in franchise history, with a opt-out clause after three years. (Photo by Andy Cross/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images)


In the first hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to Jeff Bridich’s attempt at an apology to Rockies fans. How damaging are Bridich’s comments to the relationship between Nolan Arenado and the organization? How embarrassed should Rob Manfred The guys have some fun with Ben Affleck’s comments regarding the Patriots and the litany of scandals they have been accused of.  Tyler goes on an epic rant against everything Boston-related. DMac asks Tyler and Nick how they would feel about the Broncos being on Hard Knocks this season.


In the second hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick discuss what the Broncos offense would look like if they traded for Stephon Diggs. How talented does an athlete have to be for a team to look past potential personality issues? The guys debate whether or not Drew Lock is set up to have a break out year in his first full year as a starter. DMac makes a case for Jason Witten and comments on several other older players in the NFL still making significant impact. Changes are made to DMac’s “Big Board of Possibilities” list and Tyler takes exception to him making up rules on the fly. Troy Renck, our Fan Broncos Insider, joins the show to discuss Jeff Bridich’s apology to Rockies fans.


In the third hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick talk with Orlando Franklin about the NHL Stadium Series game in Colorado Springs and the proposal to add a 17th game to the NFL schedule. The guys discuss the NFL’s expanded playoff format that could take effect as early as the 2020 season.


In the fourth hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick break down the latest information on the NFL’s revised playoff format. The guys discuss the new marijuana proposal being discussed as a part of the new collective bargaining agreement. Troy Renck, our Fan Broncos Insider, joins the show to discuss Jeff Bridich’s apology to Rockies fans.

Photo Credit: Andy Cross – Getty Images


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