Matt McChesney is joined by Mark Schlereth to talk about players opting out of voluntary offseason workouts and share their perspective on the dynamics of the NFL players union.
In this episode, David Harrison joins Matt McChesney to discuss all of the latest Denver Sports headlines. Topics include: Baylor’s NCAA Tournament win CU Basketball in the Pac-12 vs. the Big 12 The Denver Nuggets’ rise and the leadership of Nikola Jokic Draft targets for the Denver Broncos Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James vs. Kobe Bryant
In this episode, Matt McChesney talks about the CU Buffs football team heading towards spring ball and what things he is looking forward to as the Buffs shift into a new season with a new identity.
Matt McChesney shares his thoughts on the state of the Denver Broncos after showing Phil Lindsay the door.
In this episode, Matt McChesney explains why he is disappointed in the CU Buffs’ in-state recruiting efforts.
Former NFL all-pro, Chad Brown joins Matt McChesney to discuss the top 5 pass rushers currently playing in the NFL, CU Football, and the Denver Broncos.
In this episode, Matt McChesney kicks things off by sharing “stories with Six Zero,” a new segment where Matt shares funny, crazy, or insightful stories from his experience as a football coach and trainer. Then, Alan Faneca joins the show to talk NFL, the hall of fame, and much more. Plus, McChesney gives his take on the Cam Newton-young fan…
Matt McChesney shares his thoughts on Super Bowl LV, what the Denver Broncos can learn from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers about how to slow Pat Mahomes, and why Tom Brady is boring…but a winner.
In the 100th episode of the McChesney Unchained podcast, Matt McChesney is joined by former all-pro offensive tackle, Kyle Turley to talk about opioid addiction among NFL athletes and how cannabis helped “save his life” by helping him get off of addicting pain killers. Plus, Matt breaks down the AFC and NFC championship games and shares some early thoughts on…
In this episode, Matt McChesney discusses the last week of NFL action and previews the NFC and AFC championship games. He also wonders where the hell all these Kansas City Chiefs fans came from.
Matt McChesney breaks down all of the game in the NFL’s first week of the postseason and looks ahead to this weekend’s games.
In this episode, Matt McChesney opens the show by talking with the voice of the Denver Broncos and the 9x state champion head football coach Dave Logan. Topics include: Floyd Little’s Legacy – Most important person in Denver Broncos history Elway stepping down What are you looking for in a GM Would you draft a QB or stick with Drew…
In this episode, former CU Buffs coach Gary Barnett stops by to discuss the CU Buffs’ season with Matt McChesney. Plus, a look around the biggest stories in the NFL.
RK joins McChesney to talk about the rollercoaster that is Drew Lock and debate whether or not he is the face of the Denver Broncos going forward. They also talk about how the Pac-12 is treating CU like the hillbilly stepbrother from the mountains.
Cody Roark of the Locked on Broncos podcast joins Matt McChesney to talk about Drew Lock, Vic Fangio, and the state of the Denver Broncos. Plus, are the CU Buffs getting screwed?
Brian Howell (@BrianHowell33), CU Buffs writer for Buffzone and the Boulder Daily Camera joins to help Matt break down the college football landscape and where the Buffs should rank among the nations best football programs. Matt also goes unchained about the sham of a weekend for the Denver Broncos and the NFL.
In this episode, Matt McChesney is joined first by Brady Russell, tight end for the CU Buffs to talk about CU’s first weekend of play and why there is so much excitement surrounding the team. Later, Joel Dreessen, former tight end for the Denver Broncos, New York Jets, and CSU Rams to talk about the Broncos upcoming game against the…
In this episode, Matt McChesney brings a little extra spice when dissecting week 6 in the NFL including Denver’s beatdown of the New England Patriots. Plus, he goes fully unchained about the absurd need for an NFL coach to apologize to his own players for being hard on them.