Denver Broncos Audio Zone: Crockett & Stout
Crockett & Stout
Former Broncos/Ravens WR Marlon Brown on Joe Flacco
In the wake of multiple reports that the Broncos will trade for Joe Flacco, Brown joined Marc Stout and Ray Crockett on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about Flacco. "He's a great locker-room guy. He's great off the field. He's great on the field," Brown said, later adding, "Man, he can make all the throws -- and then some."
DraftAnalyst.com's Tony Pauline breaks down the Senior Bowl
Pauline joined Ray Crockett and Marc Stout on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the standouts from Senior Bowl week. Pauline liked what he saw from Auburn's Jarrett Stidham, but felt Missouri's Drew Lock was too "inconsistent."
Neil Smith: 'Steve Atwater is the reason why I got to Denver'
Neil Smith won a pair of Super Bowls with Denver, but he's also a Chiefs legend who lives in Kansas City. He joined Ray Crockett and Marc Stout on Orange and Blue 760 to break down the AFC Championship matchup between the Chiefs and Patriots -- and to share his memories of how Atwater compelled him to join the Broncos as a free agent in 1997.
J.T. O'Sullivan: Rich Scangarello 'has got a great offensive mind and has had it for a long time'
Former NFL quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan played for new Broncos Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello at UC-Davis. He told Ray Crockett and Marc Stout of Orange and Blue 760 that the Broncos' new offensive playcaller brings a "really strategic mindset," intelligence and adaptability to his role.
Peter King on Owner Pat Bowlen's Hall of Fame chances: 'I think the news is going to be good'
King also touched upon the Hall of Fame candidacy of Steve Atwater in a conversation with Ray Crockett and Marc Stout on Orange and Blue 760. King cited a "logjam" at safety but adding, "I believe that eventually, Steve Atwater, one of those years is going to get in. Some of these things take a long time, as you guys know. But I think he's a very, very deserving candidate."
Mike Sherman: Zac Taylor an 'even-tempered, very cerebral' coach
Sherman, a former Packers head coach who hired Taylor as a graduate assistant at Texas A&M and worked with him on the Miami Dolphins' staff, joined Ray Crockett and Marc Stout to discuss Taylor's attributes as a potential head coach. Sherman, who is also Taylor's father-in-law, said the 35-year-old Taylor "doesn't get too high, and doesn't get too low."
Bruce Arians: Chuck Pagano 'would be a great fit in Denver'
"There's no doubt that he'd love to come home," said Arians of Pagano, who grew up in Boulder. Arians and Pagano coached together with the Colts in 2012. Also, when asked about the possibility of returning to coaching, Arians downplayed it, saying, "I don't know if it's in my future."
Shaquil Barrett on pending free agency: 'I don't want to leave Denver'
Barrett discussed his return in Oakland, his family's Christmas and his outlook as he becomes eligible for unrestricted free agency in his conversation with Julie Browman, Michael Coover and Anthony Rodriguez as they filled in for Ray Crockett and Marc Stout on Wednesday.
Broncos Audio Zone: All about Phillip Lindsay
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 1,200 yards from scrimmage) and touchdowns (10). 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!
Garett Bolles: OL shares pride in Phillip Lindsay's Pro Bowl season
"To have a 1,000-yard back behind us, that's a spectacular season [for the line] in my eyes," Bolles told Ray Crockett and Marc Stout on Wednesday, one day after Lindsay was selected to the Pro Bowl.
New Broncos WR Andre Holmes hopes 'veteran knowledge' helps his cause
Holmes played for Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave in Oakland and Minnesota. He told Marc Stout and Ray Crockett how he feels his experience can help him during a chat on Orange and Blue 760 on Wednesday after the Broncos claimed him.
Broncos Audio Zone: Garett Bolles, Shelby Harris and Justin Simmons
We go inside the locker room as we take a mid-week trip into the Broncos Audio Zone. First, Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards talk with Garett Bolles (0:30), who touches on how technique improvements have helped him get better in recent weeks (3:25). At 7:41, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal talk with Shelby Harris, and at 14:45, Justin Simmons joins Ray Crockett and Marc Stout.
Broncos Audio Zone: DaeSean Hamilton, Colby Wadman and Shane Ray
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards take you inside the locker room to catch up with a pair of young Broncos. First up is WR DaeSean Hamilton; at 0:51, Hamilton explains that his knee "felt good" during his first practice since he suffered the injury at Arizona last month. The guys then talk with Colby Wadman at 6:00, who discusses how how some technical tweaks have helped his game (6:28) and how he focuses on his own play, rather than the returner to whom he's punting (7:53). Finally, Ray Crockett and Marc Stout of Crockett and Stout on Orange and Blue 760 talk with outside linebacker Shane Ray (10:00).
Broncos Audio Zone: Shane Ray, Rod Smith and Steve Beuerlein
First up is OLB Shane Ray (0:45), who talks with Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards about some key topics, including his recovery from an ankle injury (1:29) and what Demaryius Thomas means to him (2:04). Then, Ring of Fame WR Rod Smith joins Ray Crockett and Marc Stout (8:50) to share his thoughts on the Thomas trade (9:18), which he considers to be "bittersweet." Finally, former Broncos QB Steve Beuerlein joined Ray and Marc to talk about Sunday's game (27:00), which he will announce for CBS.
Broncos Audio Zone: Shelby Harris and CBS' Rich Gannon
A conversation with defensive lineman Shelby Harris (0:34) and Marc Stout and Ray Crockett's chat with former NFL quarterback and current CBS analyst Rich Gannon (7:33) highlight this trip into the Broncos Audio Zone. Also featured are sound bites from backup QB Kevin Hogan on how his skill set fits the Broncos' scheme (5:50) and his thoughts on the decision to waive Chad Kelly (6:26), which moved Hogan up to the No. 2 spot behind Case Keenum. The show wraps up with analyst Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus joining Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards (21:22) to talk about how the Broncos can play Patrick Mahomes (23:17) and Bradley Roby's chances of sustaining his strong form from Week 7 (25:27). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave feedback if you like what you hear!
Broncos Audio Zone: Justin Simmons and Shamarko Thomas
We open Chiefs week by catching up with Simmons, who lined up in the slot on some plays last Thursday, and Thomas, whose thunderous tackles on first-quarter kickoff returns set the tone for the Broncos' rout of the Cardinals. Finally, Marc Stout and Ray Crockett of Orange and Blue 760 talk about the Chiefs' fast start with Kansas City's former head coach, Dick Vermeil.
Broncos Audio Zone: October 9
This trip into the Broncos Audio Zone starts with Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan joining Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater to analyze the loss to the Jets (0:21). At 6:53, it's time to throw our hats -- because "I think we all need it," as Ryan says -- and find out what were the most exasperating moments of the Week 5 loss. Finally, at 11:36, Ray Crockett and Marc Stout check in with OLB Shaquil Barrett for a look back and a look ahead to see how the Broncos can fix what ails their defense.
CBS' Dan Fouts breaks down Broncos-Jets
The Hall of Fame quarterback and CBS analyst joins Ray Crockett and Marc Stout to discuss the growth of the Broncos' running game and how it can help Case Keenum (2:40), the progress of Jets QB Sam Darnold (3:40), where Case Keenum stands as he continues to adjust to his new team (5:36) and how he feels the Broncos' defense and running game look better compared with last year (7:26).
CB Bradley Roby: Getting ready for the Chiefs challenge
"We definitely have a good game plan for Monday," Roby told Ray Crockett and Marc Stout on Friday afternoon as he discussed the Week 4 duel and where the Broncos' secondary stands.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Preparing for the Chiefs challenge
Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater begin by catching up with DE Adam Gotsis in the locker room to talk about the defense and what to expect Monday night (0:25). Then, they talk to Orange and Blue 760's Ray Crockett (9:42), who talks about how the cornerbacks are playing (10:18), what he think is the best way to cover Tyreek Hill (14:32) and what should be the top priority in defending the Chiefs (22:30).
Terrell Davis: Phillip Lindsay 'a really impressive kid'
Ray Crockett and Marc Stout caught up with the Hall of Famer to find out about how Lindsay asked Davis to wear jersey No. 30 and how he feels it's "fitting" that Lindsay gets to don it.
CBS' Andrew Catalon breaks down Broncos-Ravens
Catalon, who will be at the play-by-play mic this weekend, talked with Marc Stout and Andy Lindahl about what he expects from the Week 3 matchup.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 18
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards begin the show by giving out their game balls for the Broncos' win over Oakland (0:22). Then, Marc Stout and Ray Crockett talk to OLB Shaquil Barrett about his blocked PAT (16:50). Finally, Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus go around the league with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport (21:45).
CBS' Trent Green on Broncos-Raiders, Case Keenum
The Pro Bowl QB-turned-analyst will call Sunday's game with Greg Gumbel and Bruce Arians. He joined Marc Stout and Andy Lindahl to discuss the matchup and how Keenum's career arc has some parallels with his own.
OLB Shaquil Barrett reflects on Week 1
Shaquil Barrett only played four defensive snaps against the Seahawks, but he made the most of them, notching one of the Broncos' six sacks. He joined Ray Crockett and Marc Stout to discuss his performance and the Broncos' overall work in their win.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 6
The countdown to Seattle is on. First, Andrew Mason talks with Shane Ray about expectations for the Broncos' 2018 defense (0:38). Next, Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus joins Mason and the rest of the "First and Ten at Ten" crew for his weekly breakdown (7:40). Ray Crockett and Marc Stout then catch up with Fox Sports' Dick Stockton (21:32) before we reach the nexus of the Brandon Marshall universe (33:41). You can subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn or other podcast apps right now!
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Aug. 21, 2018
At 0:35, Hall of Fame Contributors Committee member Clark Judge joins Chad Andrus and Matt McChesney, telling them that Owner Pat Bowlen "is a virtual lock" to be a Hall of Fame finalist for the 2019 class. At 12:29, you can hear from DL Shelby Harris, who talks about Tuesday's practice. At 20:12, former Broncos and Redskins RB Clinton Portis joins Ray Crockett and Marc Stout. Finally, Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan discusses the Broncos' cornerbacks and other topics with Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus (42:12).
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Aug. 14, 2018
It's all about tight ends -- past and present. We start by catching up with Jeff Heuerman (0:37) to find out why OC Bill Musgrave thought he was the fastest player on the field Tuesday. At 6:37, it's on to backup Matt LaCosse, who scored a TD last Saturday, but almost lost the ball in the lights. Finally, Marc Stout and Ray Crockett visit with former Broncos team captain Daniel Graham (17:02).
DBs Coach Marcus Robertson: 'We've got guys not wanting to let the next guy down'
In his second season with the Broncos, Robertson tells Ray Crockett and Marc Stout of Orange and Blue 760 what guided him into coaching and how his secondary has "bought in" this year and is coming together as a group.
DE Clinton McDonald: 'I'm full-tilt'
After missing OTAs and minicamp, DE Clinton McDonald is "back to normal" and at full speed. He joined Crockett & Stout on Orange & Blue 760 to discuss his first training camp as a Bronco and how he is settling into the team's 3-4 scheme after working as a 4-3 defensive tackle.