Denver Broncos Audio Zone
A deep dive into the Broncos' 2019 schedule, featuring Will Parks
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards have the most comprehensive look at the Broncos' 2019 slate, with a two-hour show from Orange and Blue 760! Find out what matters about the slate with analysis from 9News' Mike Klis (14:41), Ring of Famer Steve Atwater (29:41), Benjamin Allbright (44:28), Rick Lewis of the Broncos Radio Network (59:16), Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan (1:11:02), Orange and Blue 760's Brandon Krisztal (1:27:43) and safety Will Parks (1:34:29)! Mase and Ryan then wrap the show with their way-too-early 2019 season predictions.
Horsin' Around: Draft quarterback chatter, and a few minutes with Derek Wolfe
Ring of Famer Steve Atwater joins Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards for a free-wheeling conversation about draft quarterbacks -- and what they think of Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins in particular. Then, the three talk with DE Derek Wolfe in a conversation from Orange and Blue 760. Wolfe talks about the impact of Head Coach Vic Fangio. Wolfe also shares how his impending fatherhood has changed his outlook on his career. Finally, Atwater, Mason and Edwards talk with Duke head coach David Cutcliffe about his QB prospect, Daniel Jones.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen: Mike Munchak a big addition
The longtime ESPN NFL reporter joined Brandon Krisztal and Benjamin Allbright on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the pre-draft misinformation season and break down where the Broncos stand.
Draft Chat: Duke coach David Cutcliffe breaks down QB Daniel Jones
"He's what you're looking for," Cutcliffe said said when he joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards to break down Jones' development and his draft prospects on Orange and Blue 760. Cutcliffe also shared some of what he learned from his tutelage of Peyton Manning over the years.
Draft Chat: Colorado School of Mines WR Brody Oliver
Oliver, who took part in the East-West Shrine Game, joined Brandon Krisztal and Benjamin Allbright on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the pre-draft process, his strengths and his chance to take part in the Broncos' Pro Day, held April 10 at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse.
Draft Chat: TCU edge rusher Ben Banogu
Banogu, who was one of the leaders in college football in generating pressures last year, joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss his growth as a pass rusher, his leadership attributes as a team captain at TCU and the areas in which he wants to improve when he makes it to the NFL.
SEC Network's Tom Hart breaks down Missouri QB Drew Lock
Hart, who covered Lock throughout the QB's four seasons at Missouri, joined the "First and Ten at Ten" crew on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss Lock's attributes and his growth despite playing for three different offensive coordinators with the Tigers.
Catching up with new Broncos CB De'Vante Bausby
After a standout season in which he led the AAF in interceptions, Bausby joined the Broncos on Monday. He chatted with Benjamin Allbright and Michael Coover on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about getting back into the NFL and reuniting with Vic Fangio -- who coached him in Chicago earlier in his career.
A few minutes with Ring of Fame LB Simon Fletcher
Fletcher joined his former teammate Steve Atwater, along with Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss how Von Miller wants to play at a heavier weight. What does that entail for his work as an edge rusher? Fletcher, the No. 2 all-time sacker in Broncos history, offers his take.
Horsin' Around: Vic Fangio establishes his culture, and a few minutes with Dalton Risner
Broncos players are back at UCHealth Training Center, and Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards are here to break down the first week. 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 (4:50). Later, they discuss how Courtland Sutton's rookie production bodes well for his goal of becoming a WR1 (16:30). Then, in a conversation from Orange and Blue 760, they catch up with Kansas State OL Dalton Risner (36:38), who discusses his pre-draft visit with the Broncos, which he called a "dream come true." Risner also shared what he gleaned from his meeting with offensive-line coaches Mike Munchak and Chris Kuper. "I just felt like I could play for those guys," Risner said. "I just felt like I fit right in."
Draft Chat: Toledo WR Diontae Johnson
One of the best punt and kickoff returners in college football last year, Johnson joined Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss his recent visit with the Broncos and what he learned from meeting with Wide Receivers Coach Zach Azzanni.
Draft Chat: Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald breaks down Clayton Thorson
"He's going to be the first guy in the building and the last guy to leave," Fitzgerald told Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 in a conversation about Thorson, a four-year starter for the Wildcats.
TE Jake Butt: 'I'm going to be ready to go for training camp'
"We've been progressing really well," Butt said when he joined Brandon Krisztal and Benjamin Allbright on Orange and Blue 760 to provide an update on his rehabilitation from a torn ACL suffered last year. "The plan is to just keep progressing [and] not rush anything."
Hall of Famer Rickey Jackson: Vic Fangio's intelligence sets him apart
One of the four linebackers in the famed "Dome Patrol" linebacker corps coached by Fangio in New Orleans three decades ago, Jackson joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the Broncos' head coach. "He showed me how smart he was, and that's what got me and him to be real close. I [saw] that he knew his craft and he was smart, and I had the talent," Jackson recalled. "So the thing about that was, he would take the talent and put the smartness with it and he could mold a good football player. That's what he did when I got with him."
Making the draft case: When should the Broncos select an interior offensive lineman?
Ring of Famer Steve Atwater dons his barrister's wig -- metaphorically speaking -- and argues that the Broncos need to take an interior O-lineman in the first two days of the 2019 NFL Draft. Andrew Mason presents the case for waiting until Day 3. In this segment from Orange and Blue 760, Ryan Edwards will be the judge to decide between the two arguments.
OLB Jeff Holland: With Vic Fangio, 'the sky's the limit'
One day before offseason workouts began, Holland joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss what he's learned about new Head Coach Vic Fangio, what he took from his on-field work late in the 2018 regular season and the opportunity for him to follow a path like the one that Shaquil Barrett took over five seasons before signing with the Bucs as an unrestricted free agent.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport: Broncos' secondary in good shape
With the moves at cornerback and the returning complement of safeties, "You don't have to reach if you don't want to," Rapoport told James Gomez and Tyler Polumbus on Orange and Blue 760 Monday morning.
Horsin' Around: What do the rules changes mean?
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 760 to discuss the changes -- and the Broncos' failed proposal to offer an alternative to on-side kickoffs in the fourth quarter.
Making the draft case: Should the Broncos pick a QB?
Andrew Mason argues that the Broncos should. Ryan Edwards argues that they should not. Ring of Famer Steve Atwater is the judge who will hear the two cases and then issue his verdict in this segment from "First and Ten at Ten" on Orange and Blue 760.
Draft Chat: Air Force WR Jalen Robinette
After serving as a commissioned Air Force officer following his time at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Robinette is ready for his NFL shot. The big, productive wide receiver joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss what he did the last two years to stay in shape and how his Air Force experience makes him well-prepared for the NFL.
Fox Sports' Mike Pereira discusses 2019 NFL rules changes
Pereira, a former NFL on-field official and vice president of officiating, hopped on Orange and Blue 760 to talk with Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal about the impact of this year's rules changes, starting with the decision to allow pass-interference calls and non-calls to be challenged.
President/CEO Joe Ellis at the Annual League Meeting
Ellis joined Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams on Orange and Blue 760 from the Annual League Meeting in Phoenix to discuss where the Broncos stand on some key issues as the 2019 offseason progresses.
Horsin' Around: John Elway and Vic Fangio at the Annual League Meeting
Road show! It's off to the NFL's Annual League Meeting, and we bring you a pair of chats from Orange and Blue 760. First, Andrew Mason and Brandon Krisztal catch up with President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway to talk about the Broncos' proposal for altering on-side kickoffs, as well as the personnel moves the team has made in recent weeks. 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.
Draft Chat: Ohio State WR Terry McLaurin
One day after his Pro Day work in Columbus, Ohio, McLaurin joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about his leadership attributes, the positive traits of his college teammate, QB Dwayne Haskins, and the interest the Broncos have shown in him.
Draft Chat: Florida State edge rusher Brian Burns
Burns joined Justin Adams on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about his work leading up to the draft and the influences that helped set him up for his NFL opportunity.
'A lot of unfinished business in Denver' compelled Jeff Heuerman to return
Heuerman joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss his personal expectations, his outlook for 2019 and the arrival of Joe Flacco. Heuerman is also excited about the possibilities for tight ends in Rich Scangarello's offense. Heuerman said he watched film of San Francisco's George Kittle and told Scangarello, "There's nothing he's doing that I can't do."
CB Kareem Jackson: Being in Fangio's style of defense is 'a dream for a DB'
"I'm excited, because as a DB, you kind of want to be in those schemes where you get a chance to play some zone and have your eyes on the quarterback, so you can read and react and possibly jump some routes," Jackson told Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760.
Joe Flacco: Denver 'is definitely where I want to be'
Flacco joined Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about his happiness at joining the Broncos, as well as how he handled being the second-team QB in Baltimore late last season behind then-rookie Lamar Jackson.
Broncos free-agent history with Andrew Mason and Jim Saccomano
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 1989 from Buffalo (4:45), the four years of Plan B free agency (7:16), how the first free agent signed under current rules helped pave the way for acquiring Gary Zimmerman (12:55) and how Hall of Fame Owner Pat Bowlen helped close the deal with many free agents over the years (17:57).
Draft Chat: Kentucky CB Lonnie Johnson
A member of the Wildcats' outstanding defense last year, Johnson joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the staring contest in which he found himself during a Combine interview, sitting down with the Broncos for a formal interview, and what he perceives as his strengths and weaknesses.
Draft Chat: Washington ILB Ben Burr-Kirven
A tackling machine for the Huskies, Burr-Kirven joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss how teams see using him in the NFL. Burr-Kirven noted that while some teams see him as a sub-package box safety, most look at him as an inside linebacker.
Draft Chat: Utah ILB Cody Barton
After turning in one of the best all-around workouts at this year's NFL Scouting Combine, Barton joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss his performance, what weight he expects to play at in the NFL and earning notice at the East-West Shrine Game not only for his on-field work, but his off-field contributions and character.
Horsin' Around at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine
Go inside the NFL Scouting Combine from Radio Row in Indianapolis! First, Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk to NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks (1:14), who currently mocks Missouri QB Drew Lock to the Broncos. He explains why he compares Lock to Matthew Stafford and how he thinks Washington CB Bryon Murphy "is very similar to Chris Harris Jr." NFL Network's James Palmer then joins the guys at 11:04 to discuss the Broncos' reported trade for Joe Flacco and the draft prospects for Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins. Finally, Mason catches up with a below-the-radar draft QB prospect, Mississippi's Jordan Ta'amu (24:06).
NFL Films' Greg Cosell on Hall of Fame, draft QBs
Greg Cosell joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards from Radio Row at the NFL Scouting Combine on Orange and Blue 760 to analyze the Broncos' reported trade for Joe Flacco, Atwater's potential for the Hall of Fame and his film breakdowns of quarterbacks such as Kyler Murray, Drew Lock and Dwayne Haskins.
Weber State's Sua Opeta on his big bench-press day
The offensive lineman joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards to discuss his performance in the Combine bench press, when he reached 39 repetitions, the most of any offensive lineman at Indianapolis this year.
Broncos Boardroom Blitz (Ep. 4) with Kelsey Zimmerman and Adam McLean
On our fourth episode, Kelsey Zimmerman, Executive Assistant to the Chief Commercial Officer, and Adam McLean, a Marketing and Sponsorship Seasonal Associate during the 2018 season, share how to break into the sports business on the ground floor. Host Niyanth Anand, MBA candidate at Duke University and Business Intelligence intern, gathers insider advice for breaking into the competitive sports industry.
Special thanks to Meher Kohli for sound-editing assistance.
Breaking down the NFL Scouting Combine
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards take you through the first day of the NFL Scouting Combine on Orange and Blue 760, dissecting the comments from Head Coach Vic Fangio and President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway.
John Elway at the NFL Scouting Combine
Elway joined Ring of Famer Steve Atwater and Brandon Krisztal from Radio Row in Indianapolis on Wednesday on Orange and Blue 760 to share his thoughts on the Combine and the tests players are put through during the week.
Head Coach Vic Fangio at the NFL Scouting Combine
The Combine is important, but it's not a be-all, end-all for Fangio. "You can't tell what kind of football player a guy is in a 15-minute interview ... a 15-minute interview is just a little piece of the puzzle," Fangio told Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman when he joined Orange and Blue 760 from the NFL Scouting Combine.
Horsin' Around: Previewing the Combine, and what to expect at QB
The Ford Path to the Draft is under way! Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 are headed to Indianapolis, but first, they take a look ahead to the Scouting Combine -- especially in light of the reported trade for Baltimore QB Joe Flacco. How will last year's experience guide the Broncos in this year's draft process when they look at the QBs? Who could be the fifth QB off the board -- because it gets wide open after Duke's Daniel Jones? 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.
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."
Ex-Broncos/Ravens RB Justin Forsett: 'We call him January Joe'
In the wake of reports that the Broncos will trade for Joe Flacco, Forsett joined Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss his former teammate and share why he thinks Flacco "will be a nice asset" in 2019.
Horsin' Around: Assessing the Broncos three years on from Super Bowl 50
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 (5:30). "It's amazing to think about all the what-ifs," Edwards says. At 19:00, Mason reflects on how the Broncos took steps forward in building a deep roster in 2018, 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 (25:50), noting, "It still somehow doesn't seem real." Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you download your podcasts!
Dennis Smith on the Super Bowl, Steve Atwater and Pat Bowlen
Smith, a Ring of Famer, joined his old teammate Atwater along with Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to discuss the Hall of Fame and the Super Bowl on Orange and Blue 760.
Hall of Fame voter Jason Cole on Steve Atwater's Hall chances
Cole, the editor-in-chief of Fanided.com, joined Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the selections of Champ Bailey and Owner Pat Bowlen and the outlook for Atwater, who made the cut to 10 finalists at the Feb. 2 voting session in Atlanta.
Horsin' Around: Champ Bailey and the Hall of Fame
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards reflect on the Pro Football Hall of Fame selections (1:04), where Steve Atwater stands after making it to the final 10 among finalists (3:04) and how a potential expanded class of Seniors nominees for 2020 (7:51) could help Randy Gradishar in particular. Mase chats with Champ Bailey (12:31) and asks fellow 2019 inductee Ed Reed about his admiration of Atwater (15:17). Finally, Ryan and Mase share their memories of Denver sports-broadcasting legend Irv Brown (17:48), who died Sunday.
Neil Smith on Pat Bowlen's Hall of Fame candidacy: 'That man deserves it more than anything'
Smith, who stood out for the Broncos during their back-to-back Super Bowl seasons of 1997 and 1998, joined Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards from Radio Row on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss how Steve Atwater recruited Smith to Denver in 1997 and what Owner Pat Bowlen meant to him.
Former Broncos WR Vance Johnson shares his memories of playing for Pat Bowlen
"Pat Bowlen, he was always in the locker room, intermingling with the guys. He worked out with us. He loved on us. He got on the airplane, spent time, ate with us. He was a hands-on type of owner," Johnson told Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 from Radio Row during Super Bowl week.
Hall of Famer James Lofton: 'Nobody hit harder' than Steve Atwater
Lofton, who is also a Hall of Fame voter, joined Tyler Polumbus and Andy Lindahl on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss Atwater's Hall candidacy. "Nobody hit harder and nobody was a better tackler, because not only did he hit hard, he tackled guys," Lofton said. "... You think he should be in. You wonder why he hasn't gone in, but I also understand the selection process, that it's so thin a margin between being in and not being in."
Ed McCaffrey: Pat Bowlen 'puts the team first, never puts himself first'
"It starts with the owner, and so what Pat Bowlen has done throughout his career as an owner is pretty phenomenal ... he absolutely belongs in the Hall of Fame," McCaffrey said when he joined Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 from Radio Row at Super Bowl LIII.
Von Miller 'so excited' about playing for Vic Fangio
Miller listened closely when Fangio talked about getting more out of him at his opening press conference as Broncos head coach. As the Super Bowl 50 MVP told Tyler Polumbus and Steve Atwater on Orange and Blue 760, "When he said that, the hair just stood up on the top of my back."
Hall of Fame WR Tim Brown on Steve Atwater's Hall chances
"I had the opportunity this week to speak to some voters, and I just laid it all out as best I could, how great this guy was and how really deserving he is of being in the Hall of Fame," Brown told Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 during a conversation from Super Bowl Radio Row in Atlanta.
Brian Billick: Vic Fangio an 'outstanding coach at every level'
Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick, who hired Vic Fangio to join his staff in Baltimore in 2006, joined Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal from Radio Row on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss what he likes about the Broncos' hiring of Fangio.
Jets OL Kelvin Beachum: Broncos have 'a jewel' in Mike Munchak
"I think he's going to continue to develop that offensive line," said Beachum, who played for new Offensive Line Coach Mike Munchak in Pittsburgh. Beachum joined Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus on Orange and Blue 760 from Radio Row this week and said, "Munch is the best, and y'all have a jewel,"
NFL Network analyst Cynthia Frelund breaks down Super Bowl LIII
Frelund joined Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams on Orange and Blue 760 from Radio Row on Wednesday to discuss what to expect from the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.
Hall of Fame voter Bob Glauber discusses the annual modern-era logjam
"There's not one of the 15 [modern-era finalists] that really should not be in the Hall of Fame," said the Newsday reporter in an interview with Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal on Orange and Blue 760. Glauber, who also said he expects Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen to be inducted, noted that he would like to see "at least two spots" added per year to the Hall of Fame's annual class size.
Bradley Chubb 'excited' about Vic Fangio and Ed Donatell
"It's like proving yourself all over again. I feel like it gives yourself something to work for for another year," Chubb said when he joined Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams of Orange and Blue 760 on Radio Row in Atlanta on Tuesday.
Bill Romanowski: Pat Bowlen more than just an owner
"Not only was he my boss and the owner ... he was a friend, and he cared about his players," the former Broncos linebacker told Ring of Famer Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards when he joined them on Orange and Blue 760 from Radio Row in Atlanta.
Hall of Fame voter Charean Williams on Steve Atwater's induction chances
"We've got to get some of these safeties in," Williams told Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal on Orange and Blue 760, but she added that she expects Ed Reed will get in, leaving Steve Atwater and John Lynch waiting for now. However, Williams also feels that safeties like Atwater and Lynch, along with others such as LeRoy Butler, are all worthy of the Hall. She also discussed the outlook for Champ Bailey and Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen, of whom she says, "He probably should have gone in a few years ago."
Horsin' Around: Hall of Fame talk, John Lynch and Senior Bowl MVP Daniel Jones
Join Andrew Mason, Hall of Fame finalist Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards for a jam-packed podcast! We begin by talking with three Hall of Fame voters about the induction chances of Atwater, Pat Bowlen and Champ Bailey: SiriusXM NFL Radio's Alex Marvez (1:02), Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot (11:00) and Yahoo! Sports' Terez Paylor (12:28). Then, it's on to another Hall finalist, John Lynch, who joins the show at 16:43, 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 (22:52) about his progress and the feedback he got from coaches throughout the week.
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."
LSU TE Foster Moreau at the Senior Bowl
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards talked with Moreau about the progress he made working during Senior Bowl week with a 49ers coaching staff that maximized George Kittle the last two years.
Rich Scangarello: How he developed his scheme and ideas
"It's the only way you're going to allow him to help him be the best he can be," Scangarello told Ring of Famer Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760.
John Elway: At Senior Bowl, looking for what's beyond the tape
President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway joins Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards to share his thoughts on Vic Fangio's staff, what he looked for when he watched Senior Bowl prospects -- especially at quarterback.
Ed Donatell: 'We always think of players, then play'
The Broncos' new defensive coordinator joined his former star pupil Steve Atwater -- and Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards -- on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss his return to Denver and how he and Head Coach Vic Fangio will tailor their concepts to the talent on hand.
Catching up with Northern Colorado WR Alex Wesley
Wesley joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about his Senior Bowl week and what areas of his game he knows that he must improve.
Breaking down Day 2 of Senior Bowl practices
Weather forced the Senior Bowl to move its practices inside, but there was still plenty for Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to break down. They also catch up with Kansas State's Dalton Risner at 18:48 to find out how the week is going for the Wellington, Colorado product, and talk with new father Kahlen Sanders (36:14), whose massive week includes outstanding on-field work at the Senior Bowl and the news that his fiancee delivered their first child.
Recapping Day 1 of Senior Bowl practice
Hall of Fame finalist Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break down what they saw from the quarterbacks on the South team (1:51) and the North team (21:23), a group that is led by Missouri's Drew Lock, who joins Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams of Orange and Blue 760 at 29:25. At 37:35, New Mexico State linebacker Terrill Hanks joins the show to discuss how he made the biggest hit of the day during South team practice.
Buffalo QB Tyree Jackson talks about polishing his throwing mechanics
Jackson catches eyes with his size (6-foot-7 and 249 pounds), but it's his arm talent and mobility that put him on the NFL radar. He joined Hall of Fame finalist Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about playing in the Senior Bowl and how his recent work with QB guru Jordan Palmer is helping him "clean up my lower-body mechanics ... for me, I want to go 100-for-100 and hit the same spot every time."
Senior Bowl: Catching up with Temple cornerback Rock-Ya Sin
"What I can do better is improve on things I don't have experience in, like playing a lot of zone [coverage] and off-man [coverage]," Ya-Sin told Ring of Famer Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards during a conversation on Orange and Blue 760.
Broncos Boardroom Blitz (Ep. 3) with Spencer Horner
On our third episode, Spencer Horner, Sr. Manager of Business Intelligence and Analytics, shares his insights for young professionals pursuing a career in sports! Host Niyanth Anand, MBA candidate at Duke University and Business Intelligence intern, gathers insider advice for breaking into the competitive sports industry.
Special thanks to Meher Kohli for assisting in the sound edit.
Missouri QB Drew Lock: 'I'm beyond excited' to potentially talk with John Elway
"To think that he's trying to evaluate me to possibly be the quarterback for his team ... that's just something you dream about as a kid," Lock told Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal on Orange and Blue 760 from the Senior Bowl on Monday.
Senior Bowl: OT Dalton Risner talks about his love of the Broncos
A product of Wiggins, Colorado and Kansas State, Risner told Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards about his versatility, leadership and his love of his home-state team. "I was watching the Broncos from the Jake Plummer days and the Kyle Orton days. I'm a true Broncos fan," he said.
Around the AFC West: A look at the Raiders with GM Mike Mayock
The former NFL Network analyst-turned-general manager joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Monday to discuss the Senior Bowl and his new team's needs, which start with speed. "We've got to improve our team speed on both sides of the ball," Mayock said.
Horsin' Around: Quarterbacks, coaching-staff moves and Rod Smith
Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Andy Lindahl of Orange and Blue 760 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. At 11:42, Andy says, "I'm not of the mindset that [the] No. 10 [pick] has to be a quarterback," spurring some discussion. Later, Ring of Fame Rod Smith joins Mase, Ryan and Steve Atwater in the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse (38:12) to discuss the future of the Broncos' offense and what he expects from the 2018 rookies in their second season.
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.
Shelby Harris breaks down Championship Weekend
"[Kansas City's] offense is levels ahead of us, and we've got to get to that point," Harris told Justin Adams and Anthony Rodriguez on Orange and Blue 760 as he broke down this weekend's conference-championship games.
Hall of Fame voter Howard Balzer: 'I'd be shocked' if Pat Bowlen wasn't selected
Balzer, of The Sports Xchange, joined Hall of Fame finalist Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Orange and Blue 760 to discuss the possibilities of this year's Hall class, as well as the potential for a one-time, larger class in 2020 to commemorate the NFL's 100th anniversary.
Breaking down the 'very studious' Rich Scangarello
NBC Sports Bay Area's 49ers reporter, Matt Maiocco, joined Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus on Wednesday morning to discuss the Broncos' new offensive coordinator and how he helped guide San Francisco's quarterbacks to success. Maiocco is also a Pro Football Hall of Fame voter, and he told Andy and Tyler that he "would be very surprised, if, in some way, it's not a very good day for Broncos fans" when the 2019 Hall of Fame class is announced.