Wednesday, March 29, 2017

RADIO STORIES

Jon Gray talks curveballs and who he’s got winning the last rotation spot

"It’s kind of up in the air," Gray said. "I’m not sure, but I know that whoever’s going to take that spot, I know they’re going to get the job done."

According to sources, the Raiders have the votes to relocate to Las Vegas

"It looks very much so like the Raiders will be moving here," Joe Arrigo told Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright on Mile High Sports Radio.

Nuggets legend Alex English talks about Nikola Jokic and the team

Back in the 1980s, the Nuggets had one player that was the undisputed face of the franchise. That man was Alex English. He joined Sean Walsh on Wednesday.

Dick Vitale feels George Karl merits Hall of Fame consideration

Dick Vitale joined Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro of Mile High Sports Radio to talk about former Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl.

Dick Vitale discusses busted brackets and who he’s got winning it all

Come on now, nobody could really project what’s happened; it’s been unreal," Vitale told Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro on Mile High Sports Radio.

Carlos Gonzalez willing to play first base in the future

"Absolutely. I'm open for it," Gonzalez said. "I know that playing first base is a lot easier than being in the outfield."

Wade Phillips excited to be reunited with Kayvon Webster in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips joined Mile High Sports Radio to discuss the acquisition of cornerback Kayvon Webster.

According to his agent, tackle Joe Thomas wouldn’t mind living in Denver

“He did me tell though that if there’s any place he’d like to be, he does love the Rocky Mountains,” agent Peter Schaffer said of Joe Thomas.

Wade Phillips reminisces about his time coaching DeMarcus Ware

Former Denver Broncos DC Wade Phillips joined Gil Whiteley and Ben Allbright of Mile High Sports Radio to discuss the linebacker’s decision.

Though he gets the criticism, agent Peter Schaffer defends client Joe Mixon

"I did [have reservations] at first," Schaffer said. "Then, I had multiple conversations with the young man, and I was very impressed with his character."