Denver Broncos Audio Zone: Dave Logan
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.
Vic Fangio explains how he wants the Broncos to be defined
New Broncos Head Coach Vic Fangio joined Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan after his press conference. He told Logan that one of the best compliments he's received is from some retired coaches. He said they told him they loved watching his defenses because, "They play hard, they play smart, they tough. I would love for that to be a moniker that's tagged to our team." Logan and Fangio also reflect on their memories of the late Sam Mills, a training-camp teammate of Logan's who played for Fangio in the USFL and with the Saints and Panthers.
Breaking down the Vic Fangio hire with Dave Logan and Ian Rapoport
Take a deep dive inside the Broncos' hire of Vic Fangio with the Orange and Blue 760 crew! First, Tyler Polumbus, Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Andy Lindahl gather in the Pat Bowlen Studio Fieldhouse to give their impressions on the news and its impact (0:34). NFL Network's Ian Rapoport then joins Andrew, Ryan and Steve Atwater at 7:56 to discuss the news, saying that Fangio "takes [the defense] to another level." Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan then calls in to discuss the move at 11:03. Finally, Andrew takes a look at other comparable hires in NFL history, and says that Mike Zimmer and Buddy Ryan offer potential templates and comparisons to Fangio.
John Elway: 'I want to be wide open' in coaching search
"We're going to try to cover the whole gamut [of possibilities]," Elway told Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan in a chat on Orange and Blue 760 on Dec. 31. Elway also said that the four-game season-ending losing streak was "kind of the final straw" in leading to the decision to relieve Vance Joseph of his head-coaching duties.
John Elway on Jeff Heuerman: 'We'd love to have him back' in 2019
"We'll have to see how everything works out, but there's no question he's high on the list [of players] that we hopefully get back," Elway told Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan when he discussed Heuerman's status Wednesday on Orange and Blue 760.
Vance Joseph: 'Our two-minute mechanics were flawless'
In his weekly conversation with Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan on Orange and Blue 760, Joseph praised not only the big aspects of the Broncos' two-minute drill work, but the little parts that saved valuable seconds to make Brandon McManus' game-winning field goal possible.
Vance Joseph updates team's status after bye
Joseph told Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan that he expects safety Darian Stewart, running back Royce Freeman and wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton to practice when the team returns to the field Wednesday in advance of its Week 11 trip to Los Angeles to face the Chargers.
Broncos Audio Zone: October 16
The Broncos' shortest work week of the season is under way, and we've got you covered in the Audio Zone. First, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards talk to DL Zach Kerr about the defensive struggles and their hopes for a rebound (0:30). Andrew and Ryan are then joined by Steve Atwater as they tip their caps to last Sunday's standouts (4:35) -- including Courtland Sutton -- and throw their hats about what went wrong (11:41). Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan then breaks down where the Broncos stand as he joins Steve, Ryan and Andrew in the studio (22:15). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave a review if you like what you hear!
Vance Joseph: 'When you can't stop the run, you can't dictate the game'
"Defensively we were on our heels all day because of the run game," Joseph told Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan as he broke down the performance of the run defense in the Week 6 loss to the Rams. "We had no solutions to slowing the run game down, which made our defense really passive on first and second downs."
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.
Vance Joseph: 'Our team can play a lot cleaner'
"We made some nice plays in all three phases. But as I watch the tape and I look at what I want our standards to be, I was glad our team won, but our team can play a lot cleaner," Head Coach Vance Joseph told Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan the day after Denver's 27-24 win over Seattle. "We have some work to do."
John Elway: Expectations high, but 'we can't get too far ahead of ourselves'
President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway joined Dave Logan on Orange and Blue 760 to talk about some of the moves at the roster deadline -- including the decision to waive QB Paxton Lynch. " Looking at everything involved, it was probably best for all parties to part ways and give him an opportunity to go somewhere else and see if it will work out better for him there," Elway said.
Vance Joseph: Special teams an 'emphasis' in setting 53-man roster
Head Coach Vance Joseph joined Dave Logan to detail the importance of special teams in determining roster spots (2:32) and what he liked about the Broncos' newest QB, backup Kevin Hogan (3:33). Joseph also discussed the release of De'Angelo Henderson (1:36) and how the second-year running back "had a chance" to return on Denver's practice squad, but opted to join the Jets' practice squad.