Catch up on the latest Broncos chatter in this edition of Orange and Blue 760 Daily!
McGovern steps into the full-time center role in the wake of Matt Paradis' free-agent departure. In the May 23 edition of the Daily, former Broncos offensive lineman Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman discuss how McGovern's work ethic can help him. Then, the "First and Ten at Ten" crew catch up with safety Su'a Cravens to take the pulse of Broncos OTAs.
Head Coach Vic Fangio discussed Bailey at a press conference last week, and that launches Tyler Polumbus, a former teammate of Bailey's, into a tribute to the Hall of Fame cornerback as he heads into the Broncos Ring of Fame. Then, Ray Crockett talks to Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards about the status of Chris Harris Jr.
Wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton explains why his rookie season didn't live up to his own expectations and how he's progressed during the first few practices of OTAs.
Linebacker Dekoda Watson explains why he was so thrilled to rejoin the Denver Broncos and shares what he hopes his role can be during the 2019 season.
The Broncos' new additions didn't stop with the draft and unrestricted free agency. Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater break down which undrafted players they expect to have the best chance of making the 53-man roster. Then, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal talk with Champ Bailey in the wake of being announced as the newest member of the Broncos Ring of Fame.
Benjamin Allbright and Tyler Polumbus open the show by looking ahead to the second week of OTAs ... and Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater talk with Hall of Fame RB Floyd Little about the upcoming induction of Champ Bailey and Owner Pat Bowlen to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
There's a lot of chatter about Drew Lock, but Brett Rypien is worth watching, especially in terms of the traits he possesses that made him an intriguing prospect for the Broncos and Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello. Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards discuss Rypien and the parallels he has with San Francisco QB Nick Mullens. Then, Julie Browman and Tyler Polumbus talk about Joe Flacco with Scott Garceau, a long-time Baltimore sports journalist who is also the Hall of Fame voter representing the Ravens. Finally, the "First and Ten at Ten" crew catches up with Ring of Famer Simon Fletcher to talk about mentorship.
Matt Boyer joins the "First and Ten at Ten" guys in studio to discuss how Head Coach Vic Fangio wants to get more out of Von Miller. Then, Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman get into Jeff Heuerman expressing his willingness to be a mentor to rookie TE Noah Fant. In the final segment, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal discuss whether a veteran starting quarterback should focus on being a mentor to a younger QB.
Center Connor McGovern talks about playing with quarterback Drew Lock in college and how Offensive Line Coach Mike Munchak has changed the mentality of the Broncos' offensive line.
Defensive back Kareem Jackson discusses his adjustment to the city of Denver and why playing multiple positions has helped him acclimate to a new defensive system.
"It's almost Belichickian, the message that he's trying to get across," Matt Boyer told Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater said of the comments made by Fangio about Flacco after the first OTA of 2019. Then, Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman discuss the composition of the tight-end room in the wake of the Broncos' selection of Noah Fant.
Rookie linebacker Justin Hollins signs his contract with the Broncos and explains why Denver was the dream franchise for him.
Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello met the media during rookie minicamp and discussed how starting experience matters for quarterbacks coming out of the college ranks. In the May 14 edition of the Daily, Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards react to Scangarello's comments and his thoughts on Drew Lock's progress from the first day of rookie minicamp to the second day.
Rookie wide receiver Juwann Winfree puts pen to paper and officially signs his contract with the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos got back to work as the rookies joined the veterans for Denver's first OTA session of the month.
Tyler Polumbus opens the show by sharing his memories of rookie minicamp from 11 years ago with Julie Browman ... Then, Phil Milani, Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards discuss the #Broncos100 and which running backs have the best shot of being included on that list.
Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien explains why he chose the Broncos as a college free agent and how he plans to lean on fellow rookie Drew Lock and the Broncos' veteran quarterbacks.
Tight end Noah Fant explains how he prepared to battle the altitude during rookie minicamp and gives his thoughts on what he saw from quarterback Drew Lock on the first day.
In the May 10 edition of the Daily, Phil Milani drops by the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse studio to talk about which rookies he's most keen on seeing at rookie minicamp.
"It was full-go football ... you had no idea what you were doing," Polumbus tells Benjamin Allbright in the opening segment of the May 9 edition of the Daily. Then, Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater dive into Garett Bolles' comments about the left guard position.
The 2019 Broncos rookie class arrives at UCHealth Training Center and tries on their equipment for the first time.
On the May 8 edition of the Daily, 9News' Mike Klis answers that question when he joins Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal in the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse studio. Then, Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards get the backstory on second-round pick Dalton Risner from his father, Mitch.
Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders talks about his generous donation to Special Olympics Colorado and provides an update on his return from injury.
MMQB.com's Albert Breer joins Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams to discuss where the Broncos stand after the draft ... but first, Phil Milani stops by the studio to share his thoughts on the Broncos' draft class.
McManus joined Tyler Polumbus and Benjamin Allbright to share the details of his "awesome offseason," which has included trips to The Masters and the Kentucky Derby in recent weeks.