Andy Lindahl and Andrew Mason talk the NFL's Bowl Week and all the happenings at the Senior Bowl.
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).
The Broncos are 2-0 by the skin of their teeth after a 20-19 win over Oakland. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break down the good and bad of the game. The good, of course, included special teams, so Mason caught up with kicker Brandon McManus (21:20) and outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett (22:37), the two men whose special-teams plays made all the difference.
What does Raiders Week mean today? Andrew Mason and Andy Lindahl get into that, beginning at 0:40. At 3:30. they get into where the Raiders stand now and advise caution into reading too much into Oakland's Week 1 loss. Later, at 19:20 Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk the Broncos-Raiders rivalry -- past and present -- with Ring of Famer Billy Thompson.
"If we can can continue to go out and do that each and every week, we can be a dangerous team," Thomas said when he joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on "First and Ten at Ten" after practice Friday.
Milani delivered some salient points as he joined Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards for an 18-minute conversation Thursday. They touched on a handful of topics, including Milani's "Out Route" interview with RT Jared Veldheer, the progress of RB Phillip Lindsay and Jimmy Garoppolo's 49ers contract.
The Raiders beat writer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to discuss the Raiders' myriad roster moves, the return of WR Martavis Bryant after he was cut and the outlook for the Raiders going forward.
The Broncos have Tuesday off, as usual, but there's plenty to tide you over in Tuesday's podcast. At 0:25, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards give out their Week 1 game balls -- including one for the entire O-line. Then we check in with Garett Bolles, who had perhaps his best game Sunday (16:06). Finally, Ryan and Mase catch up with Shelby Harris (18:46), who actually had Pro Football Focus' highest grade for a Broncos defender Sunday.
Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 joins Andrew Mason to break down the Broncos' 27-24 win over Seattle. They discuss how the win showed that the team had "turned the page" from 2017 (1:50). Later, Mase catches up with safeties Will Parks (22:44) and Justin Simmons, who picked off a pass Sunday (26:55).
It's finally the regular season! Andrew Mason and Andy Lindahl discuss the importance of a fast start for the potential success of the 2018 Broncos (11:15). At 22:20, Mason and six other pundits and reporters fill in the blank on this statement: "The Broncos make the playoffs if __ happens." What do they think the Broncos must do to play into January? Find out in this edition of Horsin' Around!
Seattle's defensive backs have changed, but WR DaeSean Hamilton said after studying the film, he sees plenty of similarities to what they were in the Legion of Boom's salad days. "The people they've plugged in keep the same identity and play[ing] style," Hamilton told Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards.
"There's no balls on the ground. Everyone's hustling. The receivers are downfield blocking," the Broncos' newest quarterback told Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards in a conversation at the end of his first week as a Bronco. "That brings more energy out of you."
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer dropped by the studio at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse to discuss the upcoming season and what he expects to see against the Seahawks. You can listen to Broncos TV's personalities every Thursday at 10:20 a.m. MT on Orange and Blue 760!
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!
Start your work week off by finding out how pass protection helped RBs Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay earn prominent roles, with Freeman getting the starting nod (0:32). Then, Andrew Mason catches up with safety Dymonte Thomas, who explains what he had to do to learn the dime LB role on the fly (2:16). Thomas also reveals how Todd Davis helped him, which is the kind of act that made Davis a defensive captain (6:19). Finally, Mason and Paul Klee of The Gazette in Colorado Springs discuss how and why they expect the 2018 Broncos to be far different than the 2017 edition (13:19).
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 break down the moves the Broncos made Saturday to get down to 53 players, starting with the decision to keep QB Paxton Lynch (0:47), some of the toughest cuts on the roster (3:22), the decision to keep three running backs (6:40) and their confidence level in specific position groups (17:39).
Mecklenburg dropped by the Orange and Blue 760 studio Wednesday to share his thoughts on the NFL's new lowering-the-helmet rule and how this year's rookie class evokes memories of the 1983 rookie class provided an immediate jolt to the team.
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards start it off by catching up with RB De'Angelo Henderson (0:30), who faces a key game Thursday night in the preseason finale. Mason then explains why he was so impressed with one comment from QB Chad Kelly on Tuesday (3:29). Finally, at 5:32, Mason, Atwater and Edwards take their shot at guessing the 53-man roster in a segment from "First and Ten at Ten."
The Broncos' all-time sack leader and Ring of Famer joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Tuesday to share his thoughts on Bradley Chubb and the NFL's rules change regarding lowering the helmet.
It was back to work for the Broncos on Monday ... with a new cornerback, Adam Jones. The show starts with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport diving into the Jones signing (0:25). At 4:19, Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards give out their game balls for the win over Washington. Finally at 15:52, Chad Andrus and Matt McChesney catch up with safety Dymonte Thomas, who stood out last Friday with three big plays on defense.
Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Justin Adams of Orange and Blue 760 hopped into the studio on Saturday morning to share their postgame observations after the Broncos got their first win of the 2018 preseason. They also take a look at potential roster battles that will be on the line in the preseason finale at Arizona.
Edge rusher Shane Ray talked to the "First and Ten at Ten" crew of Ryan Edwards, Steve Atwater and Andrew Mason about what he wants to see the defense do in the preseason game at Washington this week.
Andy Lindahl has spent his entire life in Broncos Country. Andrew Mason grew up elsewhere and admired from afar, wishing his then-frugal local team could be more like the Broncos. What they share, from different perspectives, is an appreciation of Pat Bowlen and what he sustained with the Broncos. That legacy is a step closer to immortality with his nomination by the Contributors Committee as a finalist for the 2019 Hall of Fame class. In this special edition of Horsin' Around, Andy and Mase discuss Bowlen's impact and success.
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).
It was back to work for the Broncos on Monday at UCHealth Training Center. The show starts with Steve Atwater, Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason breaking down the news of Menelik Watson's move to injured reserve and eventual release (0:20). At 3:00, Ryan, Steve and Mase give out their game balls for the loss to the Bears -- including a nod to Justin Simmons for his second-quarter interception. At 24:12, Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus discuss league-wide news with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The former Broncos safety joined Steve Atwater, Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason at the 760 Golf Tour on Monday to talk about his trip to Comic-Con in San Diego, how he has "no idea" how defensive players will adapt to the new lowering-the-helmet rule change, and, of course, his local charity, Bruton's Books.