In the first hour, Tyler and DMac react to Ja’Wuan James’ decision to opt out of the 2020 NFL season. Zach Bye joins the show to help assess where the Broncos offensive line room stands without James in the starting lineup. At The Water Cooler, the guys discuss which factors, outside of concern over the COVID-19 pandemic, influenced James’ decision to opt out. How drastically will the Broncos offense be impacted without James present?
In the second hour, Tyler and DMac review potential tackles who could replace Ja’Wuan James that could be available via free agency or a trade. DMac says the Broncos’ most recent transactions could hint toward their potential plan to fill the hole left by James this season. The guys speculate how John Elway must be feeling now that James has opted out. Mike Evans joins the show to discuss whether or not the Broncos outsmarted themselves by choosing not to draft a tackle. Mark Schlereth joins the show to help assess where the Broncos’ offense stands without James in the starting lineup.
In the third hour, Tyler and DMac react to Ja’Wuan James’ decision to opt out of the 2020 NFL season. Brandon Stokley joins the show to give his thoughts on James’ future with the Broncos.
In the fourth hour, Tyler and DMac recap the top stories of the day during the Top 6 at 6:00. How big of a loss is Ja’Wuan James for the Broncos? Will the XFL finally achieve sustainable success with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson at the helm? What will the Rockies have to do to gain the respect of the national media? Mike Klis, our 9News Broncos Insider, joins the show to provide insight on Ja’Wuan James’ decision to opt out of the 2020 season.
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