If you’re in Denver or up on your NFL news you saw that two Denver Bronco Executives were arrested for DUI’s in the last month.
Matt Russell, director of personnel for the Broncos, was arrested last weekend in Summit County after hitting two cars, one of them a police car, injuring the officer. Russell faces charges of driving under the influence, having an open container of alcohol in his car, careless driving resulting in injury and failure to display proof of insurance.
That led to outing the arrest of another director of personnel, Tom Heckert, who, about a month ago in Parker, was apparently weaving in and out of lanes near Main St and Chambers. Heckert had his court appearance Monday last week which forced the Broncos to make a public statement about Russell.
This show really focused on giving the inside perspective. Obviously Kent and Ted aren’t “inside” as it’s happening, but they know how the front offices at Dove Valley work. They know what to expect. And they know what’s happened in the past.
The majority of the show focused on them really sharing and expressing their opinions on the situation and how the Broncos are currently handling it. You really have to listen to truly get their perspectives.
Other key features this week:
Introduction of a news segment called “First Things First” including news stories about the Patriots Hernandez Jersey exchange, John Harbaugh shelling out almost $500,000 to create replica Lombardi Trophies for his 22 coaches and Rex Ryan’s running of the bulls in Spain.
We also introduced a segment called “Set it Straight” where we really discuss what’s been going on around the media world and set that opinion straight by providing the fact.
And of course preparing for Fantasy Football! Our FF Sage (@FanFootballSage) discussed the Top 5 Fantasy Football with Free Agency Implications
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Next week we’ll be doing a lot more tweet discussion, so send us your thoughts @Ted_Sundquist, #TFE, #TheFootballEducator.