During the first rookie minicamp practice on Friday, Greg Dulcich displayed why he's the all-around tight end that Nathaniel Hackett and the Broncos were looking for.
Justin Michael gives his thoughts on the 2022 NFL Draft, including Trey McBride being selected in the second round by the Arizona Cardinals. Throughout the episode Justin explains why it would have been cool to see Trey be a top 50 pick but also explains why it would have put a lot more pressure on him to dominate early, which is something we rarely see from tight ends in the NFL. Finally, Justin talks about why Ram fans should be encouraged about the future of the offense and the defense after seeing the way Nevada and Montana State produced pro players in this cycle. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
DENVER — Following a phenomenal college career at Colorado State, Trey McBride’s NFL dreams came to fruition Friday night when he was selected by the Arizona Cardinals with the 55th overall pick of the 2022 NFL Draft. A three-time All-Mountain West selection, the 2021 John Mackey Award winner and the program’s first-ever consensus All-American (2021), McBride leaves CSU with a laundry list of accolades to his name. McBride ranks first amongst all CSU tight ends in career catches (164) and receiving yards (2,100), and he is fourth all-time in touchdown receptions (10). In 2021 McBride became just the fifth tight end in FBS history to record a 1,000 yard season (1,121). His 90 receptions led all tight ends by a…
What's the Broncos' biggest need heading into the draft?
@ZacStevensDNVR, @MaseDenver & @RyanKoenigsberg debate!
After the blockbuster trade for Russell Wilson, the Broncos' first pick in the 2022 NFL Draft isn't until pick No. 64...
Will George Paton wait until the end of the second round to make his first pick?
Or will he trade up?
Or will he trade down?
Jake Schwanitz, Justin Michael and Henry Chisholm begin the podcast by giving their thoughts on the latest mock draft from Mel Kiper, before discussing the differing team building strategies used by the Bengals and Rams in order to reach the Super Bowl. Finally, the guys spend the final hour and a half ranking the top quarterback prospects for 2022. They explain their ranking for each player, and go over each QB’s strengths/weaknesses in the process. The guys also talk about which teams would be best landing spots for the various prospects and whether or not they could be successful in Denver. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link…
Justin Michael, Andre Simone, Henry Chisholm and Jake Schwanitz mock the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft for the second and final time, including the knowledge they gained from the Senior Bowl, before they begin their position preview series later in the week. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link DNVR subscribers! Leave your questions in the comment section for tomorrow’s podcast!
Justin Michael dives into Trey McBride’s solid showing throughout the week of practices as well as the game itself at the 2022 Senior Bowl. Justin explains why it was so crucial for Trey to perform the way he did and dives into some of the teams in the top 40 that would make the most sense to select him. Finally, Justin transitions over to hoops and outlines how challenging the final eight games of the regular season will be, starting with Nevada on Tuesday night. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
Justin Michael is joined by DNVR’s NFL Draft expert Andre Simone. Andre talks about what he’s seen from Trey McBride through the first two practices at the Senior Bowl and why it’s such a valuable experience for the legendary Ram. He explains specifically where Trey has stood out and why he believes Trey will be a first round selection. Finally, Justin and Andre talk about some of the other Mountain West stars at the event, including Carson Strong, Romeo Doubs and Chad Muma. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
The Broncos will have their eye on six quarterbacks at this week's Senior Bowl practices. Broncos GM George Paton has already seen four of them in person. All could go in the first three rounds of the draft.
Andre Simone, Henry Chisholm, Justin Michael and Jake Schwanitz do their first official mock draft of the 2022 draft season. They go pick by pick and try to identify players that fill present needs for the various franchises around the league. And they try to determine how the Denver Broncos will use their two picks in the top 50. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link DNVR subscribers! Leave your questions in the comment section for tomorrow’s podcast!
DENVER — To the surprise of noone, Trey McBride announced on Twitter Monday that he is declaring for the 2022 NFL Draft. McBride made it clear throughout the 2021 season that it would be his final campaign with the Rams, so he was never expected to come back and use his final season of eligibility in 2022. But as of Monday, Jan. 10, it’s now official, McBride is taking his talents to the next level. https://twitter.com/mcbtrey/status/1480616755877666816 Although draft projections will fluctuate in the coming months, the 2021 Mackey Award recipient is currently receiving high praise from experts in the field. ESPN’s Todd McShay had McBride as his No. 30 overall prospect and top-ranked tight end in his most recent 2022 NFL…
DENVER — Barry Wesley has played his final game for the Green & Gold. The 6-foot-7, 310-pound offensive lineman announced via Instagram that he’s declaring for the 2022 NFL Draft. A local prospect out of Bear Creek High School, Wesley was not heavily recruited before walking on at Colorado State in 2017. However, it didn’t take long for him to...
Saturday means a whole lot for the Broncos in terms of where they'll be picking in the draft.
And a top-10 pick is within their grasp.
Here's how the Broncos jump up in the draft this weekend.
The Broncos can thank their last-place schedule for more than just facing easy opponents in 2021. They can greatly benefit in their 2022 draft positioning from it too.
Justin Michael, Henry Chisholm, Andre Simone and Jake Schwanitz mock the first 11 picks of the 2022 NFL Draft. They debate everyone’s needs and weigh the pros and cons of each prospect. They also discuss potential trade scenarios and try to pinpoint which teams may be interested in making a move. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link DNVR subscribers! Leave your questions in the comment section for tomorrow’s podcast!
Andre Simone, Justin Michael, Henry Chisholm and Jake Schwanitz are back for a fully loaded episode. The gang starts the show by debating and eventually coming to a consensus on who the top 11 prospects should be for the Broncos in the 2022 NFL Draft. Then in the second half of the episode, the guys preview the NY6 Bowls and the CFB Playoff. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link DNVR subscribers! Leave your questions in the comment section for tomorrow’s podcast!
Justin Michael is joined by Team DNVR Athlete Trey McBride. Justin and Trey begin by discussing the Mackey Award ceremony and everything that went into it. They also dive into what will come next for McBride as he prepares for the 2022 NFL Draft. Finally, Trey gives his thoughts on the hiring of Jay Norvell and all the change coming to CSU Football. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
Andre Simone, Henry Chisholm, Justin Michael and Jake Schwanitz begin the episode by reflecting on the legacy of Demaryius Thomas and why he was so special. They then dive into the conference championship weekend and who stood out the most. The guys discuss the Heisman finalists and which deserving players were left out. Finally, they wrap up by breaking down the greatest strengths of the 2022 NFL Draft class. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link DNVR subscribers! Leave your questions in the comment section for tomorrow’s podcast!
DENVER — Trey McBride is one of the greatest tight ends to ever play college football and he now has the hardware to prove it. On Thursday night the senior from Fort Morgan was named the 2021 Mackey Award winner, which is annually presented to the nation’s best tight end. The esteemed honor comes after one of the most individually productive seasons by a tight end ever. McBride only recorded a pair of touchdowns this fall, one receiving and one rushing, his impact on the field was undeniable though. McBride is just the fifth tight end ever to record a 1,000 yard season in the FBS. With 1,121 this fall, he finished 79 yards shy of averaging exactly 100 yards…