The station went silent last week. Monday through Friday. Cameron will serve as the play-by-play announcer for all weekend games Fri-Sun on live-stream webcasts. He Tweeted that he will remain in Green Bay but did not announce any future plans. Courtesy WBANewsroom. Prusak replaces Jenna Harner , who is leaving for a bigger market. Courtesy NBC6. Courtesy RobertFeder. Tony Castricone will remain the Huskies broadcast voice. Remy has battled cancer multiple times. His doctors have told him his underlying health conditions put him at a higher risk of contracting coronavirus.
Courtesy WCVB. Robert Feder speculates it could be a precursor to the station making a run at White Sox play-by-play rights. Courtesy BTN. Farmer expects to return to the booth when healthy. The Big Lead. Scott Kornberg is being promoted the top play-by-play position. Jumbo Shrimp. Louis is bringing Cardinals television play-by-play personality Dan McLaughlin aboard as lead Cardinals contributor.
Kate Scott will serve as the play-by-play announcer, with former U. Mleczko serving as the color analyst. NBC Sports. Daily Press. The Advocate. Halvorson has been calling games on the radio since and Miller did radio play-by-play for North Dakota State for 20 years. Congrats Jackson! San Francisco Chronicle.
Mowen is the new play-by-play broadcaster of the Champion City Kings in Ohio. PR Newswire. Play-by-play announcer Mike Joy will be joined by four-time series champion Jeff Gordon. Williamson Daily. Twin Cities Pioneer Press. The Piscataquis Observer. The Fan DC. Bob Griffin passed away at the age of Hoover announced he is no longer with The Franchise in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Post Dispatch. Longtime Wisconsin sports media personality Mike Heller moves from mornings to afternoon drive without current morning co-host Dolphin , and Steve Czaban takes over the am to am daypart.
Louis Battlehawks Post Dispatch. Congrats Cullen! Trib Live. Play-by-play announcer Eric Nadel will return for his 42nd season. Matt Hicksreturns for his eighth full year to call the majority of the games. During their regular 3 p. Courtesy Indianapolis Star. Courtesy Chicago Sun Times. The State. He follows the late Vince Koza. Courtesy LimaOhio. Veteran sportscaster John Rooke is also on the staff at Dean.
Courtesy MetroDailyNews. Courtesy Pittsburgh Sports Now. Len Kasper and Jim DeShaies will join the network. Daily Herald. Taylor will host p. The team will consist of play-by-play announcer Joe Castiglione , who is entering his 38th season and veteran broadcasters Will Flemming , Sean McDonough and Lou Merloni. Courtesy Denver Post. Courtesy Washington Post. Click here to see the list of winners from each state. Courtesy STLToday. Courtesy blackandredunited.
Her departure is one of many pending changes to SportsCenter, including the noon ET SportsCenter no longer being a bicoastal show. Courtesy Awful Announcing. The game will be televised on NHL Network. Broskowski spent the last two seasons with the Orem Owlz. Hard work is rewarded.
Congratulations, Kyle! Chris is a graduate of Edinburg University. VP of Production Dave Roberts will take over. Courtesy RBR. Courtesy BCRnews. Carlo Jimenez. Steve recently called his 1,th game as voice of the Herd. Courtesy WVAH. He is the new play-by-play broadcaster of the Burlington Royals.
Long draw more Bulls play-by-play assignments. News Observer. Star Tribune. Noah graduated from the University of Maryland in December. Dallas Morning News. CBS Radio. They are the newest mid-day show on Sports Radio. Courtesy WDSU. Our thoughts are with his entire family during this incredibly sad time. Pittsburgh Sports Now. St-Louis Post Dispatch. Sports Business Journal.
The year-old sports broadcaster died from complications with a spinal tumor. KOB 4. Courtesy KOAT. Stewart has been a sportscaster for the Crimson Tide Sports Network for 18 seasons. Roll Tide Wire. He is the new afternoon hosts at Fox Sports Phoenix. The network is also reportedly interested in signing former Yankee Curtis Granderson.
Houston Chronicle. Pasadena News. Courtesy clickorlando. Tony Mac is replacing Shea afternoons alongside Jason Marks. Frick Award winner. Courtesy Baseball Hall of Fame. Patrick Kinas will provide play-by-play, Derek Rackley is the analyst and Rick Berkey will report from the sidelines. Courtesy Front office Sports. Courtesy Milwaukee Journal Sentinal.
Courtesy ESPN. Louis PD Hoss Neupert is leaving the station. Tommy Mattern is taking over programming duties. Courtesy Post-Dispatch. Mitch Holthus remains the voice. The Chiefs have been on The Fox for 30 years. Courtesy KSHB. Don died Wednesday in a car accident. Courtesy Detroit Free Press. He follows Mark Nasser , who moves into a sales position. Eisenberg spent last season as the No. Courtesy CNYCentral. Michelle Wie will serve as a contributor for several events, including the Masters.
Dottie Pepper is elevating to the role of lead on-course reporter and Frank Nobilo is expanding to a full-time role, covering the entirety of the CBS golf season. Entercom and the station do not have his replacements set but Evan Roberts is one of the choices to be part of the afternoon team. Courtesy ABC News 4. Hughley moved from nights to middays in July to be paired with Josh Vernier. Vernier and producer Stephen Serda remain in the 10am to 2pm time slot.
Courtesy AJC. Courtesy Talkers. He hopes to be back to work soon. Our prayers are with you, Jeff! Courtesy Front Office Sports. Courtesy Radio Insight. Larry Clisby , the radio voice of Purdue basketball since , formally handed those duties to Rob Blackmon before tipoff Saturday.
Clisby will stay on as a color commentator for now. Courtesy Hammer and Rails. Morse was a longtime television and radio broadcaster in Central New York. Courtesy Syracuase. Courtesy WHIO. Courtesy Broadcast Dialogue. Courtesy WNSR. Courtesy Nevada Sports Net. Myrtle Beach is promoting their No. Both franchises are owned by the Greenberg Sports Group.
Congratulations to Zach and Noah. Braiden is a graduate of Arizona State University. Kelly is with the football team in Georgia. Courtesy STL Today. He is filling-in on the radio call this weekend Nov. Enjoy it, Scott!! The details are both remain under wraps.
Courtesy NJ. Courtesy NBC Sports. Courtesy Montgomery Advertiser. Nick will graduate from the University of North Texas in the spring. He will help develop original sports podcast content. Courtesy WCBS One source said he is sidelined pending the results of a Fox investigation.
Carter was off the FS1 morning program on Thursday and Friday. The nature of the investigation is unclear. Courtesy The Big Lead. Bob Nagle will call home games. Courtesy UND. Courtesy Commercial Appeal. Aubin and Jamie Watson have expired. Courtesy TwinCities. Courtesy The Poughkeepsie Journal. Butch is joining BTN as a game and studio analyst.
He had been battling cancer. He had intended to retire after this season. Bobby Curran will call the games solo. Courtesy Star Advertiser. For now, at least, Kevin Hageland and Cory Mageors are moving from nights to 10 am to 2 pm. Courtesy Star-Telegram. Both faced expiring contracts that will not be renewed. Courtesy Golf Week.
Maniscalco is looking forward to returning to work as soon as possible. Courtesy News Observer. Courtesy Yahoo! Courtesy Ballpark Digest. The change will save the department the five-figure fee it pays for radio. Wayne Larrivee remains play-by-play voice. Courtesy Milwaukee Business Journal. An ex-banker, the one-time Niagara student is going all-in on carving out a career as a broadcaster.
Courtesy Niagara Gazette. Alex Rodriguez is safe, according to sources. He is providing multi-platform content via a radio show, social media videos, online video shows and writing. Jackson is a grad of Ithaca College. Courtesy Houston Chronicle. Jolie is a U. Courtesy The Oregonian. Curt Menefee will handle games for Fox. Courtesy NBCSports. He will oversee sales, content and marketing strategy and execution starting in January. Thomas has been at The Sports Hub in Boston since Tom Nalen recently left the station.
Courtesy RadioInk. Pat Olson remains voice of USF. Courtesy KNBR. Congratulations, Charlie! Bloom is scheduled to potentially call 25 games on the radio for the Phoenix Suns this season, starting Nov. Courtesy dcourier. Management has declined to state a reason. Heumann declined to speak in detail about his departure. Courtesy Lansing Journal. Way to go, Jesse! He replaces Bryant Johnson, who recently left for a position at Virginia Tech.
Benjamin was an STAA All-American in , recognized as the third most outstanding collegiate sportscaster in the nation. Courtesy Houma Today. While Tolbert handles color commentary for the home slate, Jim Barnett will travel with Roye for road games throughout the season. Courtesy The Game. Giangreco, 67, has been with the ABC-owned station for 25 years. Courtesy Chicago Tribune. Courtesy Sports Spectrum. Courtesy Variety. Courtesy Las Vegas Review Journal. Courtesy Sun-Sentinel. Her replacement has not been announced.
Courtesy USA Today. Courtesy San Jose Mercuy News. Marty Brennaman openly talked about Thrall taking over throughout the season. Courtesy Cincinnati. Stewart is battling an infection that set in following heart bypass surgery. Courtesy Tuscalooa News. Boesch had been hosting halftime and postgame shows on the basketball broadcasts. He filled in on the broadcast late last season. Courtesy WYFF. The station is home of the Knicks and Rangers; those games will take precedence over the Isles.
Chris King continues as Voice of the Isles. Courtesy NY Post. Langston will remain hospitalized for at least another day. We wish him a speedy recovery! Courtesy OC Register. Trautwig, 63, is expected to return to his Knicks and Rangers hosting duties at some point during the regular season. It is unknown what issue Trautwig is dealing with. Jude Young will call the play-by-play.
John Michael moves from radio to TV. The Cavs have hired Tim Alcorn , a local announcer who has called thousands of games mostly high school, some pro fill in as their new radio voice. Congratulations to John and Tim! Congratulations, Bryant! Courtesy houmatoday. Langston collapsed in the broadcast booth at Minute Maid Park on Friday night before the start of the Angels-Astros game.
She replaces Tom Hanneman. Sabo is the daughter of former Cincinnati Reds play Chris Sabo. Courtesy Star Tribune. Louis has added a new sportscasting class to its Sports Communication major this fall. Courtesy Webster Journal. Ted Emrich , son of the late Cowboys public address announcer Roger Emrich, will call game.
Courtesy Dallas News. Scheduling issues, partly related to Huard joining Fox Sports as a college football analyst, prompted the change. Courtesy KGW. Courtesy Baltimore Sun. Courtesy Radio Ink. Courtesy Fox Sports. The longtime voice of various Crimson Tide sports was dealing with an infection related to his recovery. We wish Chris a speedy recovery. Courtesy AL. Courtesy Newsday. Daniel Baldwin moves on. Courtesy Syracuse. Courtesy StarTribune. McLeod had been an NBA broadcaster for 36 years.
Our condolences go out to the McLeod family. Courtesy TheFan. Travis has been named the permanent radio voice for the Portland Trail Blazers. Demers filled in on 57 games for longtime radio voice Brian Wheeler last season. Stephenson replaces Katie George , who left this summer to take a position with the ACC Network after spending one season in Milwaukee. Courtesy JSOnline. Courtesy Roanoke. Louis sports talk host Chris Duncan. Duncan has passed away at 38 after battling a brain tumor for several years.
Courtesy TampaBay,com. Courtesy AP. Courtesy Patriot Ledger. There will be some other fill-in spots as well. Mario makes his regular season debut this weekend as the Spanish language voice of the New Orleans Saints. Bowling Green. Enjoy The Little Apple, Chris! Shemon will continue co-hosting his daily PM Drive show on After 30 years, Cooper has announced plans to retire.
Courtesy AZCentral. Bayrouty will step in for Ken Korach, who has the day off, Courtesy recordnet. Jorge Sedano moves from PM Drive to evenings. The Will Cain Show airs from Noon to 3. Effective September 29, Good Karma Brands will lease the station and assume control of all operations.
Fate of talent is uncertain. She has not yet announced the next step in her career. Good luck, Katie! In addition, Jody Oehler is moving to mornings. Sileo most recently hosted Morning Drive at two San Diego stations. Courtesy Radio Online. Kypreos says his departure was mutually agreed upon. Courtesy cbc. Courtesy Pasadena News. Courtesy MyNorthwest. Courtesy MSN.
Courtesy SF Chronicle. Courtesy Fresno Bee. Camille is a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee. Courtesy Inquirer. She is filling in for Molly Qerim. Courtesy The Spun. Courtesy The Tennessean. Courtesy AZ Central. Courtesy KSCJ. Courtesy Kansas City Star. Courtesy WCNC. Izzo will still be on TV for some sports coverage. Courtesy InForum. Alex has signed a contract to call play-by-play for ESPN. Way to go, Alex! Courtesy LA Times. Courtesy WEEI. Courtesy Courier-Journal.
Gary Sharp moves to middays, replacing Nick Bahe who recently departed. He replaces Issac Berkey , who after one season. Peterson leaves the Tulsa Oilers. Tulsa has promoted Zack Reynolds to be their new broadcaster. Courtesy The Commercial News. He replaces the late Forrest Goodman. Courtesy GoTigersGo. Kay will return to the Yankees broadcast booth shortly, although the exact day is not yet known. Kay has been off-air for more than a month after having a nodule removed from his vocal cord.
Courtesy NESN. Scott Adams , who spent the past 18 seasons as part of the broadcasting crew, takes over. Courtesy Orlando Sentinel. Courtesy Providence Journal. Courtesy Hartford Courant. His show will air daily from 2 to 6. Courtesy ESPN Dale Duff moves from mornings to afternoons from 3 to 4 pm.
Courtesy Bangor Daily News. Brant is moving from radio to TV for coverage of Texas State football. He follows the late Rod Bramblett. Burcham has been broadcasting various Auburn athletics for the last 25 seasons. Courtesy The Athletic. She is expected to return to the air next week after missing the Giants-Phillies game Sunday.
Gravely is going to pursue other opportunities, ideally in an environment where sports is the primary focus. The show will air August 15th. Courtesy Lansing State Journal. Courtesy Bleacher Report. Jurgensen will turn 85 on Aug. Courtesy He will continue his broadcasting role with Omaha Storm Chasers baseball. Courtesy KETV. He will continue serving as pre and postage host for Illini football and basketball. Way to go, Scott! Dittman is the new voice of University of Illinois volleyball.
Courtesy The Gazette. The goal is to gear the broadcast toward a younger audience. Courtesy TVTechnology. Courtesy PJStar. Bob is a grad of Loyola University Maryland. Courtesy Miami Herald. Sportscaster Alex Ferrario also is making the switch. Matt Chazanow will have the play-by-play. Courtesy Cougcenter.
Courtesy The Daily Stampede. McDonnell joined the regional sports network in August He replaces Denis Potvin , who recently announced his retirement after 21 seasons. Courtesy Florida Sun Sentinel. Courtesy Sports Illustrated. Potvin spent 21 seasons as the Florida Panthers TV color analyst. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech. Congratulations, Jeremy! Courtesy San Angelo Standard-Times. Barnett has been on the radio side for 35 years. He is retiring after more than 30 years on the air.
Nameck is a two-time Sportscaster of the Year recipient in the state of Washington. He was the radio voice of Washington Sate Cougar basketball and a member of the Cougar football broadcast team for years. Courtesy KWLY. Le Batard will return to his TV show today and his radio show on Monday. Courtesy Fox News.
He is just They are off the air indefinitely. Courtesy KXXV. He joins Matt Shepard and Rob Rubick. Helmer will handle play-by-play until Matt Shepard finishes baseball with the Detroit Tigers. Sturgis is recovering from a stroke he suffered Tuesday. Hopefully will be able to go home from the hospital, but short term rehab in a nursing home is a possibility.
We are fired up for both! Cristiano has been overing the St. Louis Blues for The Athletic. The latest rung is as a weekend sports update man for the Sports Radio He joined the station this month. Congratulations, Mitch! Courtesy TimesReporter. Sanchez is replacing Mack Brown, who left to coach North Carolina.
Sean Pendergast will transition to the morning drive alongside co-host Seth Payne. Courtesy Sports Radio Morning co-host Mike Meltser is also no longer with the station. He had been with KILT since Millen stepped away in and eventually had heart surgery.
Courtesy Onwardstate. He will be honored Dec. Jac Collinsworth will host a studio show. Senate bid. Jones also hosts a regionally syndicated sports radio show in Kentucky. Courtesy Kentucky. Congratulations to both! Kutcher will replace Steve Buckhantz, who called Wizards games for the past 22 years. YES and Kustok are finishing up a multi-year deal. Onion has been a regular presence on Saluki radio and television games the last two years. Courtesy TheSouthern.
Sheehan returns to weekday mornings on August 5. He first joined WTEM in and hosted shows until the end of his last stint in The former Creighton basketball player wants to pursue national basketball broadcasting opportunities. Bahe has been co-hosting mornings at The Zone since Courtesy Omaha World-Herald. Wheeler missed most of last season because of health issues.
Courtesy Masslive. He replaces Kevin Kietzman who recently parted ways with the station. Petro as hosted middays for more than 15 years. Courtesy Gwinnett Daily Post. Open golf tournaments, and play-by-play for college football and hoops. Courtesy Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home.
Ken Lavicka will continue as voice of the Owls. Blevins is a graduate of N. Courtesy Winston-Salem Journal. Orange and Blue is flipping to news talk. He recently graduated from the University of Central Florida. He expects to miss about a month. He will serve as a college basketball analyst and studio host. The show will launch July 22nd and air weekdays from 4pm-8pm ET. Matt Bove is replacing Buscaglia as sports director.
Courtesy rrstar. He caps 40 years as an institution in Baltimore sports journalism. Courtesy WBAL. Courtesy Channel Kietzman had hosted PM Drive for more than two decades. He turns 77 in July. Courtesy WDRB. Way to go, Coach! Courtesy Amarillo Bulls. Courtesy Denver Broncos. Courtesy The Oklahoman. He is part of a new lineup that will debut July Gary Radnich has retired and Bob Fitzgerald has left the station. Courtesy San Francisco Chronicle.
Courtesy East Bay Times. Papa is no longer with Papa is joining KNBR for an undisclosed sports talk show slot. Courtesy Mercury News. The new deal will take him through what would be his 42nd year with the network. Courtesy NFL Communications. He was with the Helena Brewers last year but did not accompany the team on its relocation to Colorado Springs. Grand Junction is the rookie affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Tulane and Learfield IMG are expected to collaborate on finding a replacement for Graffagnini before its football season.
Courtesy The Advocate. Colin is from nearby Washington, MO. Courtesy TheState. The Blue Jackets air on Courtesy New York Daily News. Courtesy MontanaSports. Courtesy KY3. Courtesy KOAA. Courtesy DentonRC. Courtesy Tulsa World. Elijah has been promoted from the No. Remi is a graduate of Michigan State U. Courtesy CBS Sports. The veteran WFAN late night host will retire in September after 16 years over two stints — the longest tenure for a overnight talker in station history.
Both made the announcement on Twitter. Courtesy Cleveland. Nate has been a production assistant at ESPN. He is a graduate of DePauw University in Indiana. Connor is joining the Hagerstown Suns as a broadcasting and media assistant. Amy Audibert will be the analyst. Rod Bramblett was the voice of the Auburn Tigers for the last 16 years. Our prayers are with the Bramblett family.
Courtesy The Telegraph. The morning show is joining the Padres flagship, Courtesy Boston. Courtesy The Fan. Noah Eagle will host a pre and post game show. Courtesy Salt Lake Tribune. Courtesy NHL. Andy Bunker moves from evenings. Clarke earned two weeks ago he is being replaced. He anticipates working through June. Thorne is teaching remotely with no impact on his Orioles duties.
Bob Heussler will handle play-by-play. Courtesy Multichannel News. Courtesy TampaBay. Courtesy The ACC. Wright still will produce The Geoff Calkins Show from a. Courtesy Daily Memphis. Ring went to work in Phoenix 10 years ago. Courtesy WTMJ.
Courtesy WKAR. Courtesy Madison Record. Courtesy Niagara Frontier Publications. Plaster resigned Tuesday as associate athletics director at Belmont in order to return to the air. He had been in that position since Pearson is a graduate of Butler U. Doctors are optimistic that the cancer is treatable and that Darling will be back on air in the next month or so.
Mata is a graduate of the University of Houston. Last October, Ley announced he would be taking a six-month sabbatical. Last week, ESPN confirmed that Ley would be extending his leave of absence from the network indefinitely. Courtesy Bloomberg.
TV subscribers. Courtesy Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Courtesy High Post Hoops. Courtesy Boston Herald. Longtime analyst Eugene Robinson is not returning. Hedrick was recognized by the Kansas law makers for his outstanding contribution to the broadcasting and teaching professions.
Schefter then stated that he "knows for a fact" and emphasized "for a fact" that the Broncos decision-makers came away highly impressed with Atlanta Falcons Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan after his interview this past Saturday. Schefter didn't state that Kyle was the front runner, but seemed to throw some water on the Vance Joseph fire, and spark the Kyle Shanahan talk.
These are the first reports about Kyle Shanahan actually being the front-runner for the job, and it is coming from two of the best when it comes to covering the Broncos. Now, the Broncos do have Vance Joseph coming in for an official interview tomorrow and everything could change after that too, so we shall see. If you are like me and want to see Kyle Shanahan being the next Denver Broncos Head Coach, you should be at least a little excited about Schefter's and Legwold's reports.
Here is a look at the worst five draft picks in Broncos history. Together again, DBs 'locked in' for another big year Broncos. The Broncos' secondary has something rare: the same collection of starters for a third consecutive season. Reuben Foster falling to Broncos becoming more realistic Predominantly Orange. Alabama's Reuben Foster has been considered a potential top five pick by some, but it's not impossible that he could fall to the Broncos in round one.
Erick Trickel scouts. Moving down would net the Chargers more picks, but recent trends say they are more likely to trade up, if anything. Melvin Gordon has proven himself as a starting running back, but there is not a lot of talent behind him. I think the Broncos should put a feeler on Howard. When a team is playing on Sunday, Monday and Thursday nights, it can adversely affect player preparation.
But it's a sign the franchise is doing well. Although talks have quieted down of late, the Oakland Raiders remain interested in acquiring retired running back Marshawn Lynch from the Seattle Seahawks. NFL draft prospects can't hide online. Teams are monitoring future players on social media in a variety of ways as part of the evaluation process.
Four teams snag a quarterback of the future, including the Browns after a trade up, in our latest mock. Who are the top prospects in the NFL draft? Mike Mayock has major doubts NJ. Several players and coaches will be looking to prove themselves against former teams.
Spoiler alert: The defending champion New England Patriots have one of the easiest schedules. NFL Nation reporters, who correctly pegged the Browns for a year ago, have an even dire forecast for Cleveland in NFL London games in will still start early - Apr.
The NFL revealed its schedule for the upcoming season and the start time of London games has not been pushed back. Glen Coffee is returning to football. The retired running back and former Army specialist was reinstated by the league and subsequently waived by San Francisco on Friday. Odenigbo was a star recruit for Northwestern, choosing the Wildcats over national powers. Building a strong team culture featuring high-character players is GM Chris Ballard's goal in Indy after seeing Theo Epstein turn the Cubs into champs.
They begin by examining the game-defining plays and then evaluate Brett Rypien's performance , discuss the Jets' aggressive play and revisit the play of Jerry Jeudy and Tim Patrick They then explain why they're encouraged by Bradley Chubb's performance before taking an early look at what comes next for the team Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, the iHeart Radio app or wherever you get your podcasts. On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla hear from John Elway about the team's rash of injuries , discuss how well the next-man-up approach can work , delve into how Brett Rypien can find success against New York , play Two Truths and a Lie , chat about how Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler are living up to expectations , play Phil in the Blank , discuss if an hole is too much to overcome and close with traditional shoutouts Make sure to rate and leave a review if you enjoyed the episode!
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla discuss Jurrell Casey's season-ending injury, chat about who should start at quarterback in Week 4 , assess the offense's struggles and the outline how the Broncos move past their early-season losses On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla celebrate the th episode in the show's history with a pair of special guests They then discuss expectations for Jeff Driskel against the Bucs , play Two Truths and a Lie , hear from FOX Sports' Mark Schlereth about this weekend's game , discuss facing Tom Brady in a new uniform , tackle another round of Phil in the Blank and then finish with their favorite memories from the first episodes of the show Make sure to leave a rating and review, Neutral Zone Nation!
They discuss injuries to Courtland Sutton and Drew Lock , evaluate the Broncos' current mindset , chat about what the offense will look like with Jeff Driskel , dive into Michael Ojemudia's game and what he could face when Tom Brady comes to town and then discuss if Drew Lock needs to adapt his playing style If you enjoyed, make sure to leave a rating and review.
They start by discussing the need to avoid an start , play a Week 2 edition of Two Truths and a Lie , check in with Aqib Talib following his retirement , relive their favorite Talib memories , play a round of Phil in the Blank , share their keys to the game and close with traditional shoutouts They start by examining the end-of-game time management, turn to the other key turning points from the game and then look ahead to what positives the Broncos can bring into Week 2 against the Steelers On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla discuss what comes next following Von Miller's potentially season-ending injury , return to a game of "Two Truths and a Lie" , chat with Steve Levy about his role on "Monday Night Football" , discuss the pressure on the Broncos to start the season well , celebrate the return of "Phil in the Blank" , offer their keys to the team's Week 1 game and close with traditional shoutouts Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, the iHeart Radio app or wherever you get your podcasts!
Plus, be sure to leave a rating or review if you enjoyed the show. On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla wrap up Broncos training camp by identifying players and positions to watch as roster cuts draw near , chat with ESPN's Mina Kimes about her expectations for the Broncos this season , evaluate where the Broncos stand as a team and close with traditional shoutouts Note: This episode was recorded before news broke that Denver had agreed to a trade to send Isaac Yiadom to the Giants.
Plus, make sure to leave a rating and review. On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla discuss the biggest surprises of Broncos training camp , chat with former Patriots, Panthers and Colts defensive back Darius Butler about the team's secondary , examine which players still have more to prove as camp rolls on , hear from Ring of Fame linebacker Tom Jackson about John Elway's franchise-changing ability and close with traditional shoutouts They recap how Drew Lock and the offense has looked , visit with 9NEWS' Mike Klis about his impressions , select the stars of training camp , chat with NFL Network's Steve Wyche about the Broncos' outlook and then explain what they still need to see during training camp Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, the iHeart Radio app or wherever you find your podcasts.
Make sure to rate and leave a review. They discuss the top three things to watch when camp begins , and Phil talks with Sirius XM's Ed McCaffrey and Solomon Wilcots to get their thoughts on the hype around Denver Aric and Phil then evaluate where the Broncos' offensive line stands following the addition of Demar Dotson They close, of course, with traditional shoutouts Want to be featured on the show?
Send an email to NeutralZoneShow gmail. On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla discuss Von Miller's latest comments about his work ethic , chat with Elijah Wilkinson about his new opportunity , take a look at what the offensive line will be like without Ja'Wuan James , chat with Bryce Callahan about his goals for , evaluate the secondary and finish with traditional shoutouts Jerry Jeudy then talks about joining the Broncos and Phil and Aric discuss his goals for the season They wrap up by discussing Vic Fangio's comments on Von Miller and closing with traditional shoutouts On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani discuss the rookies reporting to UCHealth Training Camp and where things stand ahead of training camp before talking about some of the best competitions as the team heads toward training camp.
They then finish with their traditional shoutouts. Want to leave a comment or be featured on the show? They examine why a long-term deal may not have gotten done , evaluate the pros and cons of Simmons playing out the season on the tag , discuss expectations for Simmons in and then chat about what the Broncos' free-agent situation could look like in the coming years They close, as always, with traditional shoutouts Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and make sure to leave a rating and review.
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani discuss former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan's well-deserved election to the Ring of Fame , hear Peyton Manning's thoughts on the honor , reflect on Shanahan's legacy in Denver and then take a look at training camp by discussing which rookie will shine the most in They close with traditional shoutouts Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, including iTunes and Spotify, and make sure to leave a rating and review.
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla start their look at some of the biggest topics facing the Broncos by evaluating what a successful season would look like for Drew Lock. Before diving into that topic, though, Phil starts by talking with Hall of Famer Steve Atwater about the Hall of Fame's decision to delay the enshrinement until next year Aric and Phil react to the news that the enshrinement has been moved , discuss what training camp could look like as July approaches and then take a deep dive into what success would look like for Lock They then close with traditional shoutouts Find it wherever you get your podcasts and make sure to subscribe.
Then, leave us a review to let Phil know if his takes were better or worse than usual. First, they debate the best Broncos to wear Nos. They finish up the discussion about numbers by discussing where John Elway's No. They then close the show with traditional shoutouts Subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcasts, and make sure to leave a rating and review.
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani dive into an intriguing question: If you could add any former Broncos player in his prime to this year's roster, who would you choose? Phil and Aric then discuss the offseason rankings and explain whether the Broncos and Browns have any similarities Make sure to leave a rating and review!
Welcome back to our newest podcast, "Broncos Country Throwback. In this episode, Jim talks with Broncos wide receiver Steve Watson about his journey to Denver and his time with the Broncos. Like "Broncos Country Thowback"? First, Phil chats with Ring of Famer Rod Smith about the Broncos' receiving group , and then Aric and Phil discuss what the wide receiver room could look like in Then, Phil talks with Jake Plummer about his career as the Broncos' quarterback That leads Phil and Aric to discuss which game they'd select if they could change the outcome of one game in Broncos history They finish up by discussing the latest news from Owners Meetings and then close with traditional shoutouts The duo then hears from former Broncos receiver Brandon Stokley about the Broncos' famous comeback in against the Chargers and what it's like to golf with Manning Phil and Aric then reminisce on that comeback before looking at proposed rule changes for Make sure to rate, review and subscribe!
In this episode, Jim talks with Broncos Ring of Famer Gene Mingo about how he got his football start in the military, what the early days in Broncos history were like and about the challenges he faced. On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani debate whether Drew Lock can outduel his counterparts in , hear from ESPN's Matthew Berry about his fantasy projections for the Broncos , share their own thoughts on Denver's fantasy outlook , discuss news about Broncos ticket sales on the secondary market , speculate about if the Broncos could be looking at any more free agents and then finish with their traditional shoutouts In this episode, Jim talks with former Broncos kicker Rich Karlis about how he got his start in Denver, why he kicked barefoot and what he's been up to since his career.
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani take a game-by-game look at the Broncos' schedule and offer insight and predictions about each game. They start with the first seven games of the season before taking a break to hear John Elway's thoughts on the schedule Aric and Phil continue through the rest of the schedule and offer their final thoughts on projections. They then close with traditional shoutouts , because even a schedule-release podcast isn't complete without those.
Make sure to leave a rating and review. In this episode, Jim talks with former Broncos general manager and long-time executive John Beake about the May 2, trade that brought John Elway to Denver. Aric and Phil discuss selected back-to-back wide receivers.
They then discuss who could be the Broncos' sleeper pick before closing with traditional shoutouts They then discuss which rookie besides Jerry Jeudy will make the biggest impact and which pick could make a surprising contribution They finish up by chatting about the team's remaining questions , the Broncos' expectations for the season and close with traditional shoutouts Make sure to rate the podcast and leave a review! In this episode, Jim talks with Ring of Fame cornerback Louis Wright about his draft process in and re-lives some of the best moments of the five-time Pro Bowler's career.
Next, Aric and Phil discuss the odds that Denver can find a way to get Isaiah Simmons , go through a three-round mock draft and share their dream draft scenario In this episode, Jim talks with Steve Foley about his draft process in and explains how the college quarterback made his way back to the NFL after a stop in the World Football League. Welcome to our newest podcast, "Broncos Country Throwback. In this first episode, Jim talks with Ring of Famer Karl Mecklenburg about his draft process in and explains how the 12th-round draft pick made the team.
First, Phil chats with Broncos quarterback Drew Lock about his offseason and more , and then Phil and Aric share their takeaways Finally, Phil and Aric close with their traditional shoutouts Phil Milani, Aric DiLalla and Hall of Famer Steve Atwater break down the reported news , discuss the team's trade for Jurrell Casey , hear from Kareem Jackson about his new teammate in the defensive backfield , discuss who the Broncos should target in the second wave of free agency and close with the traditional shoutouts Reader , chat about Tom Brady's future , hear from Brandon McManus about his donation to Food Bank of the Rockies during the novel coronavirus crisis and close with traditional shoutouts Phil shares details about his trip back to the U.
As always, they closed with their traditional shoutouts The crew talks about the report that the Broncos' assistant coaches won't travel to the Combine , preview key position groups that the Broncos may evaluate in Indianapolis , react to Phil's list of best names at the Combine and play listener voicemails before closing with traditional shoutouts The crew discusses how the Broncos can beat the Chiefs and why the tide may be turning in Denver's fortune Phil and Aric also discuss reports of a potential game schedule before closing with traditional shoutouts Hear about what it was like in the room, why Steve thinks he was elected to the Hall of Fame and what the future could hold for the newest gold jacket.
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani with assistance from Ben Swanson talk about news from John Elway's recent media availability, recap the Senior Bowl practices, check in with Ben Swanson in Orlando , discuss Peyton Manning's tribute to his brother Eli , explain a changing quarterback landscape and close with traditional shoutouts On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani with assistance from Ben Swanson respond to an email from a member of Neutral Zone Nation , talk about impending free agents , identify areas of need for the team , take a look at last weekend's playoff games , compete at a limerick challenge and close with traditional shoutouts The squad discusses Elway's comments on Drew Lock and the Broncos' season , what Lock said about the type of quarterback he wants to become and the possibility of Chris Harris Jr.
They talk about Fangio's comments about Justin Simmons and the possibility of the Broncos playing in London before listening to NeutralZoneNation voicemails They wrap up the show with extended shoutouts highlighting Emily's best bites from the season They participate in the limerick challenge and listen to voicemails from NeutralZoneNation before closing with the traditional shoutouts The squad discusses Fangio being "very encouraged" by Drew Lock's performance , when Fangio thinks Lock made the biggest improvement this season and how Lock can learn from the all the experiences he's had this season They talk about Fangio's comments on Lock being "the guy" , how the Broncos are combating the flu and what the podcast crew would give the Broncos for the holidays , before closing with the traditional shoutouts The squad gives Drew Lock a progress report , name A-ric of the Week and talk about the Broncos' opportunity to bounce back against the Lions They participate in a shortened limerick challenge and listen to voicemails from NeutralZoneNation before closing with the traditional shoutouts The squad talks about Von Miller's postgame comments , Drew Lock's performance and how the Broncos' defense had a hard time against the Chiefs' offensive weapons They discuss Courtland Sutton's growth this season and how Fangio thinks Shelby Harris is playing "pretty damn good" , before listening to a NeutralZoneNation voicemail and closing with the traditional shoutouts They talked about Fangio's Buzz Lightyear comments , Kareem Jackson's return to Houston and how the Broncos are "playing hard" despite an sub-.
The squad listens to voicemails from NeutralZoneNation, plays Two Truths and a Lie and talks about what to expect from Drew Lock in his first road game They play "Phil in the Blank" , discuss the latest regarding Von Miller's injury and name A-ric of the Week Broncos Ring of Famer Steve Atwater stops by to talk about Lock and Miller and Kareem Jackson's return to Houston , the group participates in the limerick challenge before closing with the traditional shoutouts They end by discussing the feeling surrounding the Broncos heading into the month of December before closing with some holiday shoutouts The squad starts by playing Two Truths and a Lie , before talking about the latest Drew Lock news Aric and Phil draft players from the Broncos to their Turkey Bowl teams , discuss Sunday's game against the Chargers and compare Broncos players to Thanksgiving dishes They hear A-Ric of the Week before closing with the traditional shoutouts The squad discusses the Broncos' quarterback situation , what the coaches need to see from Drew Lock for him to start Sunday and how the organization plans to make the decision They then talk about the Broncos' offensive woes against the Bills and the defense's struggles on third down before closing with the traditional shoutouts They discuss how Courtland Sutton is continuing to improve and participate in the limerick challenge , before closing with the traditional shoutouts The squad discusses pass interference reviews , the Broncos' second half defense and Brandon Allen's performance They talk about Brandon McManus' missed field goal and his performance this season , give their thoughts on the state of the Broncos and offer an update on the Drew Lock situation , before closing with the traditional shoutouts The squad first talks about Drew Lock's progress and Von Miller's stat line through nine weeks They discuss the keys to Sunday's game , partake in the limerick challenge and name A-ric of the Week , before finishing with the traditional shoutouts The squad discusses Drew Lock's return to practice and what the coaches need to see from him this week They also talk about the Broncos focusing on improving to and former Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak's influence in Minnesota They finish by talking about what Fangio wants to see from the Broncos in the second half of the season , before closing with the traditional shoutouts The crew analyzes Brandon Allen's performance , evaluates the Broncos heading into the bye week and talk about how the defense can continue to improve They also discuss Justin Simmons' and Garett Bolles' performances , before giving out some mid-season awards and wrapping up with the traditional shoutouts They talk about Brandon Allen starting on Sunday , debate the potential timeline of Drew Lock's return and play two truths and a lie and "Phil in the Blank" They also talk about the recent Chris Harris Jr.
They react to the news of Joe Flacco's injury , talk about Brandon Allen starting against the Browns and discuss the possibility of Drew Lock's return They also talk about the Broncos' offensive play calling , Fangio's comments about his role in the decision making and what's next for the Broncos , before closing the show with the traditional shoutouts The crew talks about what the Broncos can expect from the Colts and Jacoby Brissett , before playing "Phil in the Blank" and two truths and a lie They discuss the implications of the Emmanuel Sanders trade and participate in the Limerick challenge , before closing with the traditional shoutouts The duo discusses how the team can stay motivated , the fake punt play and Von Miller playing "pretty damn good" They close by talking about impending roster decisions The crew discusses the Chiefs' injuries and how that will affect the game, whether the Colts' and Texans' wins against the Chiefs provide the Broncos a blueprint for victory and what a win would mean for the Broncos They also talk about how Joe Flacco can bring his team confidence and Vic Fangio's defense going head to head with Andy Reid's offense They play Phil in the Blank , name A-ric of the Week and participate in the Limerick Challenge , before closing with the traditional shoutouts The duo discussed the defensive shutout , the upcoming "measuring-stick" game against the Kansas City Chiefs and facing Patrick Mahomes They also talk about Davontae Harris and DaeSean Hamilton's performance before closing with the traditional shoutouts The crew discusses OC Rich Scangarello's press conference comments about scripting plays and getting Emmanuel Sanders more targets They hear from Justin Simmons , partake in the Limerick Challenge and pick "A-Ric of the Week" before closing with the traditional shoutouts After breaking down the game , the crew talks about De'Vante Bausby's injury and how that could affect Kareem Jackson's role on the Broncos' defense They discuss Von Miller's performance without Bradley Chubb , special teams and Alexander Johnson's breakout game before closing with the traditional shoutouts They also debate the similarities between the Broncos and Chargers and look back on last year's game in LA , before closing the show with the traditional shoutouts They discuss the Broncos' run defense and mounting frustrations They talk about how the team can turn the season around and close with traditional shoutouts The crew reacts to the Broncos injury situation and Von Miller's Thursday statement Finally they offer their keys to the game and close the show with traditional shoutouts The crew weighs in on Emmanuel Sanders' "world of suck" comment , any changes the Broncos should or shouldn't make and whether the team is built for success They also discuss the Broncos' offense against the Packers , where Fangio's defense stands and they close the show with traditional shoutouts The crew talks about putting pressure on Aaron Rodgers, how the Broncos can force turnovers against the Packers and how the Broncos' offense can overcome its scoring woes They also hear from Dalton Risner , debate how to approach Sunday's game and close the show with traditional shoutouts On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani with assistance from Ben Swanson and Emily Simanskis recap the Broncos' heartbreaking loss to the Bears, analyze the final seconds of the game , hear from Head Coach Vic Fangio about his decision to go for two , discuss Garett Bolles' holding penalties , evaluate Joe Flacco's performance through two weeks and close the show with traditional shoutouts Ever wondered what it's like to travel with the Denver Broncos to a road game?
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John Elway and Vic Fangio have made some moves. But more are coming. Andrew Mason and KOA NewsRadio's Ryan Edwards discuss where the Broncos' roster stands and look at the areas the team could target with additions over the next few days before the Week 1 game against the Raiders. Finally, after five games, the long Broncos preseason of is over. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards tie it all together and take their guesses at who will still be on the roster when the Broncos make their moves in advance of Saturday's man roster deadline.
The guys discuss the battle for the backup quarterback job , the team's decision to release several veterans , Vic Fangio's connection to Andrew Luck, players to watch against Arizona and offer some final thoughts Can't get enough of the takes? Then, Stu Jackson of TheRams. The Broncos offense adjusted to the 49ers' defense, and found its footing after a rough practice Friday. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break down the day, look ahead to the preseason game between the teams Monday night and talk with WRs Tim Patrick and Nick Williams about what the Broncos got from the joint practices.
They also discuss Noah Fant's progress and what the right role is for him as he continues to make more plays in the passing game. It was a "very choppy" day for the offense, as Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello said.
But the defense found its form and flourished late. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break it down and get the inside scoop on the day from edge rushers Dekoda Watson and Bradley Chubb Austin Fort helped Jake Butt through his rehabilitation work. Now Butt will be there for Fort. But first and foremost, Butt took another step back by returning to the field for individual work Sunday. But before that, Ryan and Mase break down the impact of injuries to running back Theo Riddick and fullback Andy Janovich.
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards are back in the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse studio to reflect on the Hall of Fame induction speeches, specifically Champ Bailey's speech, which Edwards says was "smooth, honest and poignant" At , they get into Denver's "Chronicles of Riddick" -- as in new running back Theo Riddick and how he will be used and what his arrival means for roster construction.
What do we know now that we didn't know two weeks ago? They get into that. But Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards will try to find some meaning in it. They also discuss Joe Flacco and what it will take for Broncos Country to give its new QB a full embrace, as Mase notes how few Flacco jerseys he's seen worn by fans this summer at camp. The finale of the Broncos Boardroom Blitz podcast has arrived and features Mascot Coordinator Brad Post as he sheds some insight on his experiences as Miles the Mascot.
Host Niyanth Anand, an MBA graduate at Duke University and a Broncos business intelligence intern, gathers insider advice for breaking into the competitive sports industry. Special thanks to Meher Kohli for sound-editing assistance. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards dive into the Broncos' eighth training camp practice, discussing how the offense found confidence in a second consecutive strong day.
They also dive into the progress of Drew Lock, who saw some work against the first-team defense Friday. The offense found cohesion and rhythm during Thursday's practice, and Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards have the details. They talk about what worked for the offense, what's going on at quarterback and what else it needs to find after taking "baby steps" toward where it wants to go.
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards discuss the progress of Noah Fant and explain how a catch, yard, 5-touchdown season would put him among the top 10 rookie TEs of the past 40 years. On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Aric DiLalla and Phil Milani are joined by special guest Ben Swanson to recap the first five practices of training camp and look ahead to what may be next. The crew discusses the quarterbacks , the atmosphere at practice , camp standouts and injuries Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards take the temperature of the Broncos' offense after five days of camp.
At , Mase and Ryan break down how some of the offense's errors -- particularly dropped passes -- were unforced during Monday's work and how that contrasted with previous days. They also discuss one moment that showed the potential of Drew Lock and Brendan Langley There are some things to like about the offense -- particularly on the ground Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards take you through the most intense day of training camp to date.
At , they analyze the progress of first-round TE Noah Fant. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break down what happened on a Day 3 of camp that saw the defense dominate with five takeaways. Beginning at , they discuss how pressure up front is causing problems for the offense, including a huge day for DeMarcus Walker and some big plays for Jeff Holland, Malik Reed and Dekoda Watson over the first three days of camp.
They also discuss what they like about Drew Lock so far in camp Do we start with the good or the bad? They get into the changes at inside linebacker in the wake of Todd Davis' injury. Later, they discuss the state of the backup QB situation and a positive sign for Garett Bolles from his daily duels with Bradley Chubb Training camp has officially started, and "The Neutral Zone" has you covered on everything to know as the Broncos get back to work.
Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla review Joe Flacco's first day , discuss Vic Fangio's plan for camp , chat about Drew Lock , talk about the return of key players , discuss the impact of Todd Davis' injury , and wrap up the show in style Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards take you through the ups and downs of the Broncos' first training-camp practice, starting with the solid day for RB Phillip Lindsay. Andrew Mason says, "Specifically, above all, it will be defined by what Joe Flacco does.
Ryan Edwards joins Mase and Steve as they look to what's on the horizon for the training camp and the season to follow. As training camp approaches, Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla break down every angle of the upcoming few weeks of practice. The boys discuss what they hope to see from Joe Flacco , evaluate the wide receiving corps , debate which position group is most improved , set expectations for the defense and chat about which rookies could make an immediate impact Can't get enough of "The Neutral Zone"?
The Broncos Boardroom Blitz podcast returns with Broncos Director of Cheerleaders Shawna Peters for insider advice on breaking into the competitive sports industry. Host Niyanth Anand, an MBA Graduate at Duke University and a Broncos business intelligence intern, gathers insider advice for breaking into the competitive sports industry.
Following the release of the Broncos Top Team, Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla take a deep dive and offer their thoughts on several components of the list, including who would make their Top 5 Broncos of all time , which Super Bowl 50 player on the Top is best , which current Broncos could one day merit Top consideration and who the best quote in the Top is As always, you don't want to miss "The Neutral Zone".
Along with the thousands of fans who voted, Andrew Mason and Jim Saccomano helped put together the Broncos , the list of the best Broncos in the team's history. The guys open by recalling how three years ago this week, the Broncos visited the White House to celebrate Super Bowl 50 Then, they talk about whether their expectations for the season have changed based on the work over the last four weeks Steve details why he thinks the secondary will be the most improved area on the team Mase and Ryan then talk with Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon about the competition at returner, the progress of punter Colby Wadman and his thoughts on the second year of the new on-side kickoff rules Then, the guys chat with Defensive Coordinator Ed Donatell about where his defense stands Aric and Phil touch on the progress of Drew Lock , set barometer for success for Joe Flacco , discuss Emmanuel Sanders' and Phillip Lindsay's injury statuses , evaluate the defense , talk about players in contract years , revisit Von Miller's Pass Rush Summit , explain the next step for Bradley Chubb , chat about the culture Vic Fangio has established and debate the best time zone for sports Like "The Neutral Zone"?
Our sixth episode of the Broncos Boardroom Blitz podcast features Ted Santiago, the Broncos' director of marketing, and details his journey to Denver. Host Niyanth Anand, an MBA candidate at Duke University and a Broncos business intelligence intern, gathers insider advice for breaking into the competitive sports industry. The Broncos returned to the practice field Wednesday, and Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards take you through what happened during the two hours of work.
They talk about the return of Chris Harris Jr. There's still time for you to vote for the Broncos, and Jim Saccomano and Andrew Mason are your guides through some of the potential tussles for spots on the team. One example of a cross-generational debate is at linebacker, where Orange Crush member Bob Swenson and s standout D.
Williams are among the players on the ballot. Mase and Sacco also discuss retired Broncos jerseys, including the debate on whether the team should retire a jersey for the first time in 20 years. As "The Neutral Zone" returns, Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla discuss Joe Flacco's comments about his role in Denver, preview this year's draft picks, offer their opinions on how the first few days of OTAs looked, evaluate position groups and share their post-draft outlooks on the season. The Broncos' first OTA of is in the books!
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue open up this week's podcast by discussing Emmanuel Sanders' recovery from a torn Achilles tendon. How will the distribution of targets and receptions look if he is limited early in the year? At , Mason and Edwards break that down, and at , they incorporate Noah Fant and the tight ends into that conversation. At , the focus turns to the offensive line in the wake of Garett Bolles' comments about the alignment of guards Dalton Risner and Ron Leary.
At , the chat becomes detail-oriented, focusing on the Broncos' emphasis on getting the little details right. Watson tells the guys how he was in Napa Valley when he learned of the trade. Draft season is over, and it's time to reflect. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards discuss this year's class and how it will be used. They also offer their post-draft grades. Be sure to subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts to get the latest Broncos analysis and conversation all year long!
With fewer than three days left until the NFL Draft, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards pic up the mics to provide a preview of the draft in light of Elway's comments from a minute pre-draft press conference. Elway jokingly dubbed it "the most irrelevant press conference of the year," but actually provided some morsels on which Ryan and Mase chewed regarding the quarterback position and draft philosophy. With the draft approaching, Mason and Saccomano take a look back at the Broncos' draft history -- focusing on the years up to They start by chronicling the early AFL drafts -- when some players were drafted as PR exercises -- before moving on to a look back at the details around the drafting of RB Floyd Little in , the series of strong drafts in the John Ralston era from , and, finally, the post-draft trade for John Elway 36 years ago, with an inside look at how it came together from the Broncos' end.
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards have the most comprehensive look at the Broncos' slate, with a two-hour show from Orange and Blue ! Mase and Ryan then wrap the show with their way-too-early season predictions. Wolfe talks about the impact of Head Coach Vic Fangio. Wolfe also shares how his impending fatherhood has changed his outlook on his career.
First, they look at the culture Fangio wants to establish and why what Bradley Chubb said about "writing stuff down" in meetings is one of the first steps necessary Later, they discuss how Courtland Sutton's rookie production bodes well for his goal of becoming a WR1 Then, in a conversation from Orange and Blue , they catch up with Kansas State OL Dalton Risner , who discusses his pre-draft visit with the Broncos, which he called a "dream come true.
So now pass interference calls are challengeable via the NFL's replay system -- and a challenge can turn a non-call into a penalty. What are the short- and long-term implications? Andrew Mason and Broncos' TV's Phil Milani discuss this, including the impact on game management in how teams use their timeouts.
Then, Fox Sports' football rules analyst Dean Blandino joins Mase, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards in a conversation from Orange and Blue to discuss the changes -- and the Broncos' failed proposal to offer an alternative to on-side kickoffs in the fourth quarter.
Road show! Then they talk with Head Coach Vic Fangio about recent additions like CB Bryce Callahan, how he plans to get his message across to players and the "responsibility" the new coach feels to return the Broncos to their successful form. In the first edition of the Broncos History podcast, Jim Saccomano joins Andrew Mason to take a trip through Broncos free-agency history, including the time the Broncos tried to poach eventual Hall of Fame defensive Bruce Smith in from Buffalo , the four years of Plan B free agency , how the first free agent signed under current rules helped pave the way for acquiring Gary Zimmerman and how Hall of Fame Owner Pat Bowlen helped close the deal with many free agents over the years The Ford Path to the Draft is under way!
How will last year's experience guide the Broncos in this year's draft process when they look at the QBs? Could Jones be a first-rounder? And if the Broncos go for a developmental QB, which one could be the best fit? Ryan and Mase tackle it all. Three years ago this week, the Broncos scaled the sport's ultimate mountaintop.
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards reflect on what has happened since then, starting with the path at quarterback since Peyton Manning's final game At , Mason reflects on how the Broncos took steps forward in building a deep roster in , but still need to string together good drafts to get the club's depth to the level of teams like New England.
They also share memories of Super Bowl 50 , noting, "It still somehow doesn't seem real. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards reflect on the Pro Football Hall of Fame selections , where Steve Atwater stands after making it to the final 10 among finalists and how a potential expanded class of Seniors nominees for could help Randy Gradishar in particular.
Mase chats with Champ Bailey and asks fellow inductee Ed Reed about his admiration of Atwater Sports' Terez Paylor Then, it's on to another Hall finalist, John Lynch, who joins the show at , Lynch explains why the Broncos are getting a "real talented coach, a smart, smart football coach" in new offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello. Lynch also discusses his own candidacy, Bowlen's Hall-worthy resume and the lack of safeties in the Hall.
Finally, the guys talk to Duke quarterback Daniel Jones about his progress and the feedback he got from coaches throughout the week. At , New Mexico State linebacker Terrill Hanks joins the show to discuss how he made the biggest hit of the day during South team practice. On our third episode, Spencer Horner, Sr. Manager of Business Intelligence and Analytics, shares his insights for young professionals pursuing a career in sports!
Special thanks to Meher Kohli for assisting in the sound edit. Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Andy Lindahl of Orange and Blue take a look at the Senior Bowl, the draft and how the coaching moves could affect the direction in which the Broncos could go in the offseason. How do players see Vic Fangio's words? Find out from former Bronco Tyler Polumbus at , as the Orange and Blue morning co-host and Broncos Radio Network analyst shares his thoughts on the message from the Broncos' new head coach Wolfe expects the new coach to "bring a different type of discipline" to the team.
Wolfe also talks about how some of the details, and says that getting discipline right starts in the meetings Steve, Mase and Ryan then share what they took away from Fangio's introduction to Broncos Country Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards go into the locker room to discuss the decision to relieve Vance Joseph of his duties and what changes could be coming with Justin Simmons and Shelby Harris Then, Chris Harris Jr. First up is Gotsis , who is playing the best football of his career.
Then they talk to Parks, who reflects on the season Finally, it's on to the offense, with Garett Bolles -- one of two offensive players to start every game this season -- and Royce Freeman , who will play a big role Sunday with Phillip Lindsay on injured reserve.
Want to hear more of "The Neutral Zone"? Happy holidays, merry Christmas and happy Festivus! First we catch up with Will Parks , who says he expects "a lot of emotions" from Raider Nation on Monday night. Then, Brandon Marshall hops on At , Marshall makes the case for keeping as much of the team together as possible, allowing them to build off the progress they made this year. With a Pro Bowl selection, Phillip Lindsay's stellar rookie season received a fitting cherry on top of a sundae filled with heaping scoops of yardage over 1, yards from scrimmage and touchdowns Hear his conversation with Ray Crockett and Marc Stout, and then learn more about what made him so successful from his high-school coach, his uncle, Tony Lindsay!
In this week's edition of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla — joined by special guest Zach Pereles — talk about the Broncos' two Pro Bowlers, recap CLEvsDEN , discuss the steps forward the Broncos took this season , offer an early perspective on how the Broncos could spend their pick in April , preview the final stretch of the season and finish up with their usual banter Simon Fletcher held the Broncos' sack record for over two decades.
Saturday, he watched Von Miller break his club mark -- and then personally congratulated Miller on his accomplishment. After that chat, Mase, Steve and Ryan tip their caps to players who did well in the loss to Cleveland. On our second episode, Sandy Young, Sr. Director of Partnership Marketing, shares her insights for young professionals pursuing a career in sports!
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards get you ready for Broncos-Browns by talking to safeties Justin Simmons and Darian Stewart , who break down what the secondary needs to get right after being gashed last week, how the on-field communication can improve and what the Broncos need to do to contain Cleveland QB Baker Mayfield.
Then stay to hear a chat with former Broncos LB Al Wilson , who discusses how he would have to play differently if he played today and what a potential Ring of Fame induction would mean to him It's all in the Week 15 edition of Horsin' Around! We go into the locker room to talk with WR DaeSean Hamilton about his first touchdown, his increased workload and to get his scouting report on Baker Mayfield , a teammate of his at the Senior Bowl last January. Then, former Broncos and Browns running back Reuben Droughns drops by to discuss the Browns and the impact of Baker Mayfield on not just the team, but the city of Cleveland Droughns also shares his thoughts on Cleveland cuisine , which yields a discussion of the "Polish Boy" sandwich , a blizzard of kielbasa, coleslaw, french fries and barbecue sauce.
Reuben said he'd had the sandwich, which led Steve Atwater to reply, "Did you make it to work the next day? But he and Ryan Edwards of "First and Ten at Ten" on Orange and Blue take a swing at analyzing it anyway, as they deconstruct all that went awry for the Broncos in their loss to the 49ers. Andrew Mason and Justin Adams offer answers for how the offense can compensate and adapt. Can the Broncos talk playoffs yet?
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