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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Football side, there's been the turnover with the coaches and the struggle to find a quarterback, which Also, by the way, it's not that easy asked the Dolphins about that. It's been a while since Dan Marino was under center in it and then replace him yet maybe they have with two. Uh but I think that Joe is really good at his job, and it has great relationships with the NFL and the other owners, and they really respect him, even though he is not the actual owner. He's just the team president. But The Broncos and take it back seat Really? To anyone. It seems like in those circles, at least when I'm when I've been at those meetings that the few times I've been there, That's why I think it was unfair for fans. T say, Well, Mr B was still around. This may be true, but the people I thought you said that it wouldn't have happened that maybe this game would've gotten moved. Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday to get the quarterbacks back in there and I'm Mr B had plenty of juice. But as I was told Because John Elway joyless and Vic Fangio were all on calls with the league. I was told no certain terms, no uncertain terms. You're gonna tell me that John Elway doesn't have enough juice with the league is mine. He's also on the competition committee. So John always rare in a lot of ways, and Joe Ellis gives him a lot of leeway to run the football, But I think Joe Ellis did a good job. I agreed with what you said. When I read the statement, and you can see it on Denver Broncos on their social channels and on their Web site, he came. We appreciate it as always have a great rest. Your knight will catch up to you tomorrow. There's a movie in a long line shopping. Yeah, happy I don't Saturday. You're happy. Abnormal, Gruesome online online shopping person mattresses, Okay. No. You know, you can have a piece of chocolate from your calendar. Oh, my God. Have you just don't have the calendar? But we got so many great people texting us, he and they're saying At then is a season leading up to Christmas. And what to let before Easter and that that comes from 719 48. 45. I certainly can get that. I just have never celebrated in my house. Well, we gotta get you Neven calendar. They sell one That's got beers in it, too. We could do that every day. Here's that is saying we could do that every day. The end of the day. We opened up her Evan calendar and canal below that well, so I think that today in there something it's big gala Judge. Oh, I can't wait. News radio.

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Denver Broncos GM Elway, team president Ellis positive for COVID-19

Drive Time Sports

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Denver Broncos GM Elway, team president Ellis positive for COVID-19

"Well Broncos president and CEO Joe Ellis, along with President of football operations, John Elway, have tested positive for Cove in 19. The team announced that earlier in a statement today, now both they're working from home. On now, the Broncos say contact tracing has concluded, and the exposure came from an outside source outside of the team facilities and that there was minimal close contact with members of the team. Now, those who had contact have been

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Broncos' Elway, CEO Ellis test positive for virus

Lewis and Logan

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Broncos' Elway, CEO Ellis test positive for virus

"Broncos general Manager John Elway and CEO Joe Ellis have tested positive for covert 19. Ellis didn't attend the Broncos game on Sunday, and Elway was feeling under the weather yesterday. Both are working from home and reportedly doing well. Broncos are confident that the transmissions originated outside the building.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Know maybe we've been wrong throughout the state no attack attack will if they didn't need to if joe ellis had enough faith in her defense did do that and maybe we can get another one on the counter attack by planes way look here we are like i said last week were gonna keep criticizing until all the all the way through her hoisting the trophy at the end of the tournament and now she's done it so i i don't know maybe she just interesting to me it's not what we wanna see we wanna see them attack because we we know how capable they are doing that but it doesn't mean that she was wrong and going about it the way that she did know but it's just interesting to me that there's people who who regularly watch this team and they're also in the stats side of things if you look at 'em mike a colleague mike kelly just he keeps saying this team will win because it's got amazing players but not necessarily because the system that's being played and that's that's crazy to me it's a it's it's a really interesting angle kimberly macaulay is well from espy nation same argument why would you not play the basement feeder in the world what it speaks to what you said about this team is that good index it's that good whatever formation you could play for for two basic for for two from the nineteen eighties on this team still gonna win yeah i mean i dunno i just i keep thinking about lindsay her ran when when we did are preview for the tournament she was she was my breakout star that i thought would come out of this is the player of the tournament 'em and look it's funny i don't i don't think we're leaving this tournament thinking differently of her when she played i really thought she was great but look at the team that just put out there today like who's not who should not be playing for somebody off you know not only ran or carli lloyd or mallory pure whoever like i don't know who you taken off like if we're just gonna be a central midfielder you know she's got a play we're all talking about roosevelt being the star this tournament sheba's the breakout star so she's gonna play like i feel bad like lindsey ran is certainly good enough and of a high enough quality that she should be starting there's no question about it but i just like i just don't know who at who's expense it's very tough to get minutes on this team are tibet if you if you were starting for this team you earned it you know like there is no question about it they're that good i did wanna mention before we take a break and talk about a bunch of other take away from this tournament were talking about jealous look i've said this before i'm not in the training sessions i don't know what goes on i can't.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Know maybe we've been wrong throughout the state no attack attack will if they didn't need to if joe ellis had enough faith in her defense did do that and maybe we can get another one on the counter attack by planes way look here we are like i said last week were gonna keep criticizing until all the all the way through her hoisting the trophy at the end of the tournament and now she's done it so i i don't know maybe she just interesting to me it's not what we wanna see we wanna see them attack because we we know how capable they are doing that but it doesn't mean that she was wrong and going about it the way that she did know but it's just interesting to me that there's people who who regularly watch this team and they're also in the stats side of things if you look at 'em mike a colleague mike kelly just he keeps saying this team will win because it's got amazing players but not necessarily because the system that's being played and that's that's crazy to me it's a it's it's a really interesting angle kimberly macaulay is well from espy nation same argument why would you not play the basement feeder in the world what it speaks to what you said about this team is that good index it's that good whatever formation you could play for for two basic for for two from the nineteen eighties on this team still gonna win yeah i mean i dunno i just i keep thinking about lindsay her ran when when we did are preview for the tournament she was she was my breakout star that i thought would come out of this is the player of the tournament 'em and look it's funny i don't i don't think we're leaving this tournament thinking differently of her when she played i really thought she was great but look at the team that just put out there today like who's not who should not be playing for somebody off you know not only ran or carli lloyd or mallory pure whoever like i don't know who you taken off like if we're just gonna be a central midfielder you know she's got a play we're all talking about roosevelt being the star this tournament sheba's the breakout star so she's gonna play like i feel bad like lindsey ran is certainly good enough and of a high enough quality that she should be starting there's no question about it but i just like i just don't know who at who's expense it's very tough to get minutes on this team are tibet if you if you were starting for this team you earned it you know like there is no question about it they're that good i did wanna mention before we take a break and talk about a bunch of other take away from this tournament were talking about jealous look i've said this before i'm not in the training sessions i don't know what goes on i can't.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There was a press conference for the first time above Joe Ellison. John Elway talked publicly about the passing of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, and Dave was there. Dave Logan was down there at the facility today and interviewed both Joe Ellis. And John Elway we wanted to play that for you here on the show. And so you ask Joe Ellis. Dave, what did Pat bolan mean to you? And this is how that went. I think I would start with some of the things just said, you know, at the press conference earlier, and it was just to a guy that was very kind very generous very humble thought of others not himself and. You know, was was compassionate and understanding and, and very generous meant made mentioned that earlier today. So those are those are the characteristics formed who he was as an owner. Here every day he was deeply involved and engaged in communicated with you had great instincts, John Elway pointed out, John pointed out, his listening, always listen took things in looked at the big picture and set a high standard here and, you know, for many years, we've had great success. And we've carried that for retried to, and we'll continue to do so, so that's kind of long winded summation of a great guy question for you. You may. He was the owner of this team for thirty five years. So they when anybody is in the public eye for that long, people tend to draw conclusions perception of somebody, even if they don't know that person personally, they feel like they do was, Pat misunderstood anyway, where their perceptions of him that you look back that you think, you know, that was. Is just really not what Pat was about not too many instances that I can think of now he was shy. He didn't like being be. He didn't like being the center of attention. So it was a crowd of people at a game. Or sometimes sometimes he would be he tried and disappear, get himself removed from those situations. I think sometimes people thought you know, they thought he should be sort of more outgoing and take more of a commanding presence that was never what he was all about. He you know he wanted but the games speak for themselves players play. And I mean, people didn't as he would say to me, people don't come to watch me. They come to watch players and coaches make decisions. They come to watch the games. They do not come to watch the owner. And so sometimes, maybe he was misunderstood for being a little Loof, but he's very shy guy. And he didn't like you know, he was not. He was not overly fond of the public limelight. But he was quick to make sure that everybody, everybody understood that it was players and coaches that deserve the attention and deserve the. Credit, John, you knew pad obviously in, in different ways you played for him for a number of years when he was the owner new with a quarterback, you worked for him for a number of years when you think back as a player, and when you first got to know the owner of the team that you were playing for well, we're some of your early impressions. First of all, I think that, you know, can't reminiscent looking back that and one thing I wanted to think about pad what, you know, Pat, was again, led this team of this heart out his pocket book, and that's not. That's not usual for most NFL owners even though that's not against NFL owners. Pat, was very well wanted Wanda relationship with his players was out of practice every single day and created that relationship. And so, you know, he put people position to make the tough decision for him to we didn't that didn't get in the way that relationship. And I think that was one reason why was able to connect to the players so well, so just a great guy to play four into standard he set the standard very competitive. And so therefore, you know as a player you couldn't ask to play for a better owner because he put football I and you know as a player, if you got an owner that wants to win. And that's the most important thing. You can't ask for anything else you mentioned, I mentioned the plate for him for fifteen years, then you took some time off. Then he came back any higher g to run the football operations. How was he if at all different with you? When you came back in a different role, you know, it really wasn't that much different. I just the good thing is I got to spend. Lot more time with him when I worked as on the management side and the position I'm in now. So because it's a player, you know, he come out to practice, but, you know, and then we'd have dinner every once in a while, we the greatest time was, we'd always get to go when we're at the Pro Bowl, he takes everybody over there that was there from our team take him out to dinner. So that was always a special personal time. But as player to spend a lot of time, but as gentlemen and then I got to spend daily time with him, and I think that, you know, get to know him a little bit better than I did as a player, just because you find out, you know what he's about. When you sit there and send two hours with more in town football team. And, you know, he's a great listener, you know, but, you know, he'd had pertinent things you know, not -sarily dictate those, but he might ask the question to get the point of crossed and he was very good at that. So it was special it was near the time, you know, when, when things were getting a little bit reform in so that time, even was more special just to be able to help him can explain everything that was going. On. Win win. Do you remember him as being the happiest that you saw him and conversely, during the long relationship, you guys enjoyed when do you remember him being the unhappiest or maybe the most upset? Well, I think the happiest obviously, we got over the Super Bowl thirty two and I think that was the happiest and you know, just the joy that he had as we all had. You know, I, I will tell you this when he had to make a coaching change. It was very very very hard on him. And you know because he had relationships with the coaches and you know, the head coach is, whether it'd be Dan, Mike or wait Phillips that, you know, he had great relationship it. So he having to make a coaching change what I saw just absolutely tormented him. And so I think you know making the first change with Dan was very tough on him. And then the next time, you know, having to make the change with with Wade, so those, you know, and I'm sure the last one when you had to make the change with Mike that, that was probably the. Toughest one to make. But he those making those tough decisions even though he made them and he made him at the right time. They absolutely tormented him to have to make them Dave Logan with Joe Ellis. And John Elway talking about this to be tough on both guys. I mean obviously right both both. And I started by saying, I think with the exception of pets media family, those two guys have probably spent more time with Pat bolan than any two people in town. During the pressure. John elway. He got really personal talking about going to Hawaii with them and playing them in Hawaii, at the Pro Bowl and hanging out with him. And he got a little emotional, too. Yeah. Interesting. We've got a take a break here for some traffic.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Final segment of the Lewis and Logan show here as we make our way to the seven o'clock hour and the Michael Brown show. We'll be on after us at seven o'clock and earlier this week effect. It was New Year's Eve try believe. Yeah. New Year's Eve day and the Broncos just fired. Vance Joseph and called the press conference. We all gathered around John Elway in Joe Ellis. And they talk to the media. And then both of them came over and talked to my partner. Dave, logan. Then John Elway came over. I said is pretty candidate. That's so true. I think it was a really good interview. And he seemed you know, he's always really relaxed with you. I think that's one one side of him that you bring out he trust you. And I thought to you got a lot out of them. So we wanted to replay that for you right here. This is. New Year's Eve day. Vance Joseph had just been fired. And this is Dave Logan talking to John Elway when you made the decision to make this move just in in general terms talk a little bit about what the process was for you individually. Well, number one it's results right where results in this game. And I think that if you look at where we were last year compared to where we were this year, we made some strides. We were there. We run the cost sixty six chance that last four games kind of make different, you know. And then we lose all four rate. So to me that was kind of the final straw thought. We'd probably need to go a different direction. And and you know, as I said, I thank you know, Vance he's a good man anywhere just tail off. And you know in today's world where the expectations are high. And you know, it's it's doing it. Now that you know, I felt like it was time to to make a change and change of atmosphere is what we really can't needed. And I think that we never got off gut over seventeen I think. Fell into eighteen a little bit and weren't able to put that behind this. And so the only way we're going to get rid of that is to really kind of start over, you know, made the comment when when we came on the air, just generally speaking, you've been part of this organization since eighty three save the time with with the crush. But you look at where the franchise is today. And I think what you do from this point on it may be the most important time frankly in in franchise history. And I don't know if that's how you feel about it. But I think when you look at it. I mean, the the the next decision the next sort of move and in what happens in the next couple of years, really critical. Yeah, they are. And you know, I think that they are because it's now right? Dave, I think if you take back and you look back what was from six to ten or whatnot two thousand ten there's five years to make playoffs. Right. Right. So you could say that was you know, Josh came in. And after that, it was a again that point in time. Crucial for the organization. And so anytime you especially with the Broncos and the expectations and what it's done with the history of this club. You know, it's always big when you have to lose first time we've had it since seventy. So that makes it a big deal. And so. But I think that's where we're driven even more to try to get back there and competitive again because it's the delusions, no fun. And and so, you know, there's gonna be more vote. Focal points times, and you know. Areas. The time to where you're going to be as important as they are. Now, this franchise has been blessed to have had one hall of fame quarterback, you know, him and another guy that's going to be a hall of fame quarterback in my my question nowadays, given how the NFL's setup and given how the rules have been altered to allow the offense to do a lot of different things. Do you think of franchise can be an elite franchise say championship competitive franchise without mean, basically a hall of fame quarterback? Well, you know, it's it's hard to say, obviously with the new rules in the way the game is going, you know, the emphasis get put back on the offense of side, especially when you look at the numbers that are getting put up by these guys. But I will also say say look at the number of guys the guys that are top ten quarterbacks in this league that aren't in the playoffs this year. Right. So there's a lot of good quarterbacks in art in the playoffs. And so I mean. Minnesota spend eighty four million dollars guaranteed in the NFC championship game last year. Not even in the playoffs. They exactly so. I mean, that's why it's your thing. You never know how things are going to take. And, but you know, obviously that helps but again, we have to give back to the point where you know, everybody has to be on the same page as far as what we're doing off festively and be able to take advantage of the strengths of what we have offense. You know, if you're going to be in a number one, if you're gonna find a franchise quarterback chances are you're going to have to have a really bad year and have that first or second pick in the draft. And then you gotta be lucky if there's one coming out that year, right? So that's why they're hard to find. And so that's why as a team, and we look at it. And I look at it as you know, we've got to continue to try to get better as a team, and you know, 'cause paint wasn't at his best. When we want Super Bowl of year that we had, you know, Brock Osweiler came in one a lot of football games force. And so that makes our job easier. But it doesn't make it a an automatic. And so that's why we have to continue to get better as a team. You know, we've leaned on our defense for a of years, you know, we still gonna lean on them. But we we gotta get the expectations of what we do authencity, and what we expect authencity up and get better on that side last two questions for it. You know, you you were a prototypical pocket passer that had ability to utilize his legs and extend place that for a long time was sort of how? The league you always looked for those guys to do that. And now the league the last few years has he's still look for those guys, but the league is sort of volved from an offensive standpoint as you look at what your team needs in what works in the league. Is that going to be something that you think has sustainability can with the league and how they look at quarterbacks guys that can run and all the different things that some teams are now employed. Yeah. And it's changing and it's coming from the college game because that's what these guys are used to it. There used to be in shotgun the not used to being underneath. And so, you know, the league is evolving that direction I still think that you know, ultimately, I still think as a quarterback you gotta be able to win it from the pocket. Right. Still believe that now that may change over the next ten years but mid since in my ear up till now, and where we are even sitting today is that event you gotta be able to win that from the pocket. And so, but it also helps have the F let's assume that these guys and a lot of these guys have moving around, and and you know, the ball's going in the air these guys don't. For five thousand yards, and you know, it's not even the second pot. So obviously, that's where the games go on. And you can we gotta work to get there. That's where offensively we've got to get much better. I'll let you go on this the next head coach of the Broncos you you've just hired an assistant coach who had been a defensive coordinator for one year that that didn't work out. So as you start this process to identify who will be the next head coach of the Broncos. Do you have a preference for somebody who has been a head coach before? Or is that something that really doesn't matter to you? Well, I mean, I think if if someone's been a head coach before it's definitely helps them the second time. I think there's a benefit that. But you know, we've got the guys that we're looking at they've got it all they've been at former head coaches they've very experienced and had a lot of success on one side of the ball of the other. We're gonna talk to a young guy, you know. So we're going to try to cover the whole gamut see where we are. And you know, make the best choice from there. But you know, what I don't wanna do is Davis is is kind of. Handicap before I go in I want to be wide open and my ears wide open, and let them present themselves best they can and then try to pick the best one that fit in with the Denver. Broncos. Sounds good. So that was John Elway from Monday New Year's Eve day, the head coach had just been fired and he sat down with my partner. Dave Logan and talked about it and then Joe Ellis came over. And I also thought Joe Ellis was very candidate. I think it was a very interesting interview. We wanted to play that for you. We'll do that on the other side of traffic. We'll check that out right now. And then Dave's interview with Joel is coming up on KOA..

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"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Drill minder Woody page will join me in about fifteen minutes to discuss his big story in the zette today. But right now, we wanna give more reaction to it. And what we saw on Saturday. Joining us now is one of our favorite guys to have on this show. Sam farnsworth's joins me Sammy. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Right. How about yourself? I'm I'm doing great your reaction to Woody pages story today in the gazette. My my very first thought is that would have been really cool. They did hire Mike Shanahan last year. Right. And if he was a candidate again this year, I mean, I I've seen people responded on social media saying that would be a dumb move. But really would it. I mean. I I don't know. I'm I'm kind of a fan of the idea. But I still would obviously want to see what else is out there. But at the same time. How different things, and it's fun to kind of imagine maybe repeat completely different road this year that all worked out in the end. It's good to see if everything that would be reports is true. It's good to see that that ultimately, John Elway isn't the end all be all in the decision-making. Joe Ellis will still. Put his foot down where he feels the need. That that's an interesting take, salmon, I go. I'm glad you brought it up because I don't know if you've been listening to this show. But I kind of look at even though I also have been somebody to say, you know, John Elway needs somebody to balance him out in the organization. I kind of look at Joe Ellison. Thank you that. He's he's I don't know that Joe L is should be that guy. I don't know. Maybe I'm I'm underestimating his football acumen. But I mean, like, I don't know. Like, Pat bolan knows football new football. Right. So so do you do outside of the idea that okay? Great. John Elway is not, you know, not walking around with carte blanche. Here. Do you think that ultimately Joe Ellis is the right guy to check? John elway. Question because I don't my my initial instinct without giving it much thought is no he's not, you know, I know you spent a lot of time around around the NFL, obviously. But how much of a football guy is other than a business guy? Right. And and the other thought I have there maybe Joe Ellis and Mike Shanahan. Maybe there's a little bit of that. Bad blood from her back when he was fired before who knows? But when you look at everything John Elway was hired by Pat bolan, right? That was a decision made by platform when he gave him the keys to the kingdom so to speak. And so, yeah, I mean, I don't know that. Like like, if they were to let's say that that they make a decision to move away from John Early Sunday is Joe Ellis. The guy you want looking for new GM? I don't know. I would hope that there's a committee there to make those types of decisions. But so, yeah, I agree with you. I don't know that he is necessarily the guy that that can totally control a John Elway. But at least according to this report, you know, he did. Trump LA one of his potential decision. So. Sam farnsworth's from KiKi TV channel eleven joining us here on drive time sports going back to your original answer when I asked you your thoughts on on the Ps you were a little bit torn and kinda wondering if they would be in a better position. We had this discussion about Kirk cousins the other day. I'm is your. And I don't mean to put words in your mouth. I'm just trying to figure out are you are you of the mindset that adding Kirk cousins would make this team better. But maybe adding Mike Shanahan would not. I think the offense would definitely have been a better offense with her cousin. No guarantees even though. I know they say that it could have been a package deal, you know, Shanahan in your. Let's say you hired ranks in and there's still no guarantee cousins, come Denver. You know? Minnesota still looks better for him. And he goes there. Jeff Mike Shanahan make the Broncos better. I would think that I would think that the offense would be better yet. But but who knows who knows what other decisions would have been made in the in the Aussies overall. I kind of feel like, you know, Mike Shanahan is greater than. Vance Joseph put it in mathematical term, so. So I think I think they're probably would be maybe a separate to ahead of where they are. Now if coach, but. You know in in in speaking about Vance Joseph, obviously know, I think he gained a little a little bit of a. Of a grace period. So to speak with that win streak. I think. The decision is probably pretty clear that they're going to go in a different direction. I mean, that's just my opinion. I don't have any any report things such but last year would have been here. You haven't even stronger case last year they needed to to make that up. At the time the Broncos lined up for the field goal on fourth in short with four whatever minutes remaining in that moment. Did you think it was the wrong? Call. I was kinda surprised. Not totally answering your question right now in retrospect, I kind of feel like, you know, they should have gone for. It's all based off of my my immediate thought was. Was a forty thoughts. Going back to the forty Niner game where we hit kind of criticize him, and by we I don't necessarily mean, you I know I did a little I know a lot of progress has been criticized for how many times he went on fourth down instead of kicking field goal giving the ball back and kicking the field goal where maybe outcome would have changed in that situation. So this time, I think maybe Vance Joseph a second guessing itself. Decides to kick the field goal knowing that there is enough time to get the ball back and a chance to come down. And here's the thought, but I have though there's no guarantee your defense. Hold. Even if they do hold and and the decision of the day was the Browns not kicking a field goal, in my opinion. Right. They're going for fourteen. Now, they kick a Fogel in the proper still have to come out and score a touchdown. So. You know, hindsight's always going to be twenty twenty here. But at the time I thought had the previous week not gone the way it had gone. I think I would have gone for it on fourth down. If that makes sense I think he was starting to over think it based off of the week before against the forty Niners. That's it. I was just my initial instant reaction to that decision making. And I was hoping that they would have gone. Now that you have seen him up close and personal. Would you build your team around Baker Mayfield? Do you think he's the real deal? Real deal. I don't know yet. But definitely definitely. Worth building around. Yeah. No doubt. I think the way he's played over the past half season, especially the way he played at mile high, and it wasn't anything spectacular. But man, the guy can you can make some really throws. I think he's a pretty good decision maker. That's all that the decision making is only gonna get better. Right. S P develops in the NFL. So Baker Mayfield that the Broncos would have been in the position of the draft him. That would have been fantastic. So yeah, I think he is definitely a guy that any franchise can build around. And and when you look back at this rookie quarterback class, maybe the one that stands out that as as the. Guy. Of course, that's what the Browns. No more. Last thing before I let you go real quick. Who's in first place in the NBA as Western Conference? Yes. And and not only that. But here's here's a and I got ripped on Twitter for this a couple of weeks ago when they were first in the west, and they said best team in the NBA and filling totally hold on a second the raptors have a better record. But my take was well, yeah. But they beat the raptors. Now they've beaten the raptors twenty right record and nuggets at beating the raptors twice. I think it's pretty critic right now, the nuggets are the best team in the NBA. Not just the way. Yeah. I agree with you. And I know it takes a lot for you to say that just like it takes a lot for me to give credit to the Broncos. Unfortunately, you're in the position where you have to say nice things, I'm not. But once the Broncos get good again, then I then we will reverse positions. But for now. You do not because I'm younger radio you because I'm on the radio seamy crossing my fingers, right? There. There is a team even though they're what buttery fourteen from the standing. There is a team that I've got my. Yeah. You and me need to we need to have a little chat about your. Your basketball team? I don't get it. They should be. They should be better than this. So. We'll we'll leave that to Twitter at Sam farnsworth's eleven and we'll make sure that we catch you on the television all this week as you get us all ready for the raiders game. So sam. Appreciate the time. If you're down will I have a show on Monday love to have you on. If not have a fantastic holiday are you on plan plan? Okay. Sweet. All right. Sounds good. Will appreciate your time. As always Sam. Right. Bet. Sam farnsworth's TV channel eleven joining us here on drive time sports. We have been talking about what he pages piece in today's gazette all show long. Why don't we hear from the man himself? Woody page joins us after the break here on Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Here's an Xtra sports look at the streets. Eastbound you went.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

19:21 min | 2 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I told you it happen. I told you that this Broncos ownership thing was gonna turn into days of our lives. I told somebody earlier I don't watch game of thrones. But I imagine this game of thrones is about winter is coming is. It a bow like struggling to assume power of the realm. I dunno of the throne. I mean, that's what this is turning into with the Denver Broncos will William bolan, aka Bill. Is suing the trustees. Joe Ellis, Richard slit, burqa and Mary Kelly who are the three. Trustees that make up the trust that Pat bolan are created in order to find the right child to take over the Broncos thrown the issue is that there's like seven of them. Seems like there are only two that want it though. Beth and Brittany, right. Okay. I the I read the. Lawsuit. That was filed in rap Ajo county court yesterday. Some of the more. Salacious pieces of of information that came out of it. What they're saying. Is what Bill is asserting is that Joe Ellis and the trust is not acting in accordance with Pat bowlen's issue wishes. Pat bolan wanted. A deserving child of his to emerge. To hit benchmarks and and be given the team. Yeah. Well, and I don't remember where I read this. If it was an that or if it was somewhere else, but I think one of the things that Pat said. Was that he wanted to wait until one was forty because then they'd be financially responsible release. He felt that there'd be financially responsible. So if that is one of the criteria than Britney is obviously nowhere near that. Right. Well, the apparently Beth bolan checked every box except to. Okay. The one one box. She was just beginning to check which is going after a master's degree at the time. This is twenty fifteen K she was enrolling at you to go through a masters program, which was one of the prerequisites the other box. She was getting ready to finish checking off which was to be employed by the NFL or. The team for five years, right? Okay. Bill bowen. Pat's brother alleges that Joe Ellis wrongfully terminated Beth when she was our remember the timeline. She was close. Let's just say that within a year of getting five years in under belt as the director of special projects or some Joel Ellis. At the time said there was no need for that position in the organization, but it left Beth bowling without the five years of service time, if you will with the Broncos she then again, all of this is coming out in the lawsuits. So this is one side of the story. But then they said Beth numerous times reached out to the members of the trust including Joe Alice and said, can I do this can I do this can I do this after she got her masters degree? Can I do this can I do this and basically was rebuffed every single time? Why would that happen? You ask there's a couple of of claims from Bill. Bolling wine is that he is searched that the trust wants to remain empower for as long as they possibly can Joe Ellis Richards, lift and Mary Kelly all have other positions with the Denver Broncos. In fact, they have a dizzying number of dizzying amount of different and conflicting roles that phrase comes up multiple times in the lawsuit. Joe Ellis is obviously the most visible one president CEO. He also is on the board of trustees with this. This Pat bolan trust Bill Bolling alleges that they want to remain in power for as long as they can because one who doesn't like being in power and to worried that if one thing goes away, then all of it goes away. Right. You you're not a trustee anymore. Now, all of a sudden, you're just an employee, and then you are replaceable. Okay. So that's the first thing. The second thing that Bill Bolling alleges on why the trust is blocking Beth from becoming the owner of the Denver Broncos is that Joe Ellis. Once had a run in with Annabel bolan Beth is the daughter of pats. First wife Annabelle who apparently Pat didn't want tavern anything to do with the organization in a management capacity managerial capacity Annabel found out that Beth was in a lot of ways being groomed to be the owner Annabel freaked out allegedly and threaten to fire Joe Ellis. And then after that Bill Bolling alleges that Joe Alice became much more friendly towards Annabel and kept bath out because Annabel wants one of her daughter's like Britney to be the owner. Yeah. So that is. The two big things that are being alleged on why the allegation here's a lawsuit is these people aren't working in my brother's best interest subheading is this is why they're not. And then what he's asking for is for the trust to be stripped of their power for an independent panel to be there. And by doing that Bill Bowlin believes. We'll be in the best interest of the Broncos. But also would put bath bolan in charge of the organization. The here's the here's the one thing that the one problem that Bill has he he's bringing a bringing up the whole Beth being like oh thing claiming it was wrongful termination kinda slave. He has to prove that he has or she does they have to prove that it was there was there was something behind the firing. Not just that they said, well, we don't have a need for the position which is what they told her. They says it here that they told her they didn't that position to show that there was more to it than than so that's one problem. The other thing is you mentioned it. The fact that Beth tried to get other positions with the Broncos. Why didn't you try other places? The the only prerequisite. They have to work for the Broncos or in the NFL because that's that's what britney's been doing. She's working in the NFL. Right. NFL offices. Yeah. She's been fulfilling her prerequisite by going to the NFL. The main offices Beth is trying with the Broncos. Like, I get it that she's been doing her masters d- you so obviously working with the Broncos the easiest, but once she finished why not go to you know, but owner but ownership is not a right, right? It is a but at the same time, I'm not a big fan of nepotism. But shouldn't somebody shouldn't the daughter of the owner of the team be allowed to work for the team in some capacity. Sure unless she is completely incompetent and she got a master's degree. She has plenty of character. Witnesses who say that she is a brilliant as smart woman. Yeah. Good businesswoman. Sharp all that kind of stuff. Nobody says that she's you know. She's a female Chad Kelly if you will nobody's saying that. So why and I get what you're saying? And you're right, but I'm turning it around. And I'm saying why did they let her go when she was so close which was so close yet. You look at it. And you say the timing is peculiar. Yeah. Remove her from her post. Yeah. With so relatively little time to go before she would check that. When when you look at the timing just how close to the end. But what else was she doing in her life? She was just getting ready to go to you to get her master's or law school, or whatever whatever she was getting ready to she was getting ready to go back to. So they said ok, well, they probably said, okay. Well, you probably can't do this and go to school. So. I feel like I can go back through and double check. I feel like it. They weren't going to. That she had set it up so five years. Would have gone by. And then she starts school to say, you know, maybe she was thinking of quitting. Maybe she was going to try and continue to do both things. But from what I understand and and again. How many places would say well, you can't do both. I mean, I feel like a lot of employers allow their employees sure to give it the old college. Try no pun intended to go to college like the enormous situation. The Broncos would allow somebody to try and go to school while balancing their job responsibilities. And then if it became an issue, then they would say, hey, it's got to be one or the other. So. We don't know. And again, this is one side of the story. Yep. But both are likely I think both are equally likely scenario that they I mean, you hate to assume what I'm saying because that is bad. You're you're you're doing things, and that's the basis of this whole lawsuit Joe Ellis and the trust are doing things to prevent Beth Boland from taking control of the team. Right. That is wrong. Yeah. So you don't want it feel that way you kinda. But it's like, you know, what like Nick Rotschild was on earlier with us. And he say, you know, it's kind of human nature, you know, Joe Ellis has been at the helm of the Denver Broncos for a while now. And if he thought that his level of power or even his job was in jeopardy if he were to hand off control of the team. I'm not saying, it's right. But I'm saying it's human nature to protect our territory. Protect what we have. And so it just. Here's the one is one question. I have do. We know why Bill sold off his stake in the team back to Pat. If that information is readily available. I am not seen it all I know is that he sold his share. I actually, you know, what I do know because the idea was that the bowlen's wanted to consolidate power they wanted to consolidate power. And Pat was the one that could buy out everyone else. So that's what it was. They didn't wind. So the same the thing. That's starting to happen. Now is what the bowlen's what Bill Boland alleges they were trying to prevent back then they the bowl other bowl and children on the generation of Pat wanted to consolidate power together. Pat, wanted to take full control of the team are majority control of the team and not have his brother or his sister. Or whatever have some chunk of the team that is what Bill is alleging in the lawsuit is that they wanted to give Pat was the one that had a flair for for the job. Yeah. The one that wanted to do a Bill wanted to go to Alberta and retire whatever and he sold. That's what the understanding is. Okay. But it is because dealer is I bring it up because he's sold off. His ownership stakes six years ago. If I remember correctly to ozo- to okay, so long ago. So throws it all my whole thought process off because I thought it was well because he had said the these these issues have been going on for fifteen years or whatever. And so when I when I thought twelve I was thinking why did he even bother selling? There's no it's oh two and twelve twenty twelve is a is a date when it comes to. And here's the whole thing that unravels the entire thing that Bill is talking about or not doesn't unravel it. But the thing that supersedes everything of what is alleged is the question of why did Pat dissolve one trust, inform the other. And when he did this. They cite Woody page articles. They cite Rick Reilly articles that are saying Jo L is got Pat bolan to sign this win. It would be reasonable to assume that he was dealing with Alzheimer's the early stages of Alzheimer's, which is a that is a holy crap. Dropped the mic type of thing. Because that is we are coercing a mentally ill man into putting us in charge. That is that is the the Trump card of everything. I would. I mean, there's no doubt it was early in his disease dates. But it still was after he was in the throes of his disease. So there there's there's that layer on top of the. Crap sandwich that this thing is turning into. And the question is going to be calm. I know we all hold the Bowlin name in high regard. But is it? Boleyn's or is it packed? That's that's what we that. That's I think the question that we need to ask moving forward. Is is our loyalty to the Boleyn family or Pat bolan because Pat bolan is not going to be around much longer. Unfortunately, do we have any allegiance to Beth to Britney to Annabel maybe a little bit to her right because she was very visible by Pat side. But. If this is what we're going to get. In-fighting and right now this organization from top to bottom is a mess on the field. They are a mess in the coaching box. They are a mess in the general manager's office. They are a mess on the business side. They're a mess. And now the ownership side there a complete and utter mess because Pat bolan is not around to keep things in order. So again, I go back to Mark his LA's column over the summer is it the worst thing in the world for the Broncos to sell to someone else to some sharp billionaire guy. That's look like the Panthers. Just did. Right. The Panthers had to sell because Jerry Richardson's a creep the guy from fanatics buys it. You don't think there's somebody else out there that would be able to no one can live up to what Pat did. But it looks like his kids and his family are so far away. Let's see. I don't wanna go all. You know, conservative. On agenda on you. But how maybe we look at somebody who earned. Their spot in the business world who earned billions of dollars. I'm not a huge earners guy. Believe that you don't have to have a ton of money to be successful. And and to be well respected. But you know, it seems like Britney and bath are both doing their fair share to try make themselves worthy. But it seems like for the most part. This is just a disaster. Why don't we go? Find somebody outside that. That's the question. We have to ask moving forward is our loyalty to the ball Lynn's. Or is it to Pat because once Pat is gone. Does it does the team have to still be owned by the Boland's knocking get moved? Stadiums there. They have a stadium. They have the fan support moving. So. So loyalty to the Boland's or Pat, maybe the name naming rights of the city of should also include an order ship stake. There you go. No corporate ownership though..

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For real football we've all got our hands up, including Broncos CEO Joe, Ellis mardi lands and Mike Reiss got a chance to chat with him. During training camp thank you for having me this morning meant good to. Visit with you I know you're always optimistic going, to every season but to me and the eve trying to be take out the. Passion of it I just look at it and I think I see. Many more. Tools I, see you know a year of experience or to. Coach Joseph's belt I know the infrastructure of. The Broncos provide you've got to feel excited about. This season going I'm always excited at this. Time of, year you know everybody's undefeated And, we were in that group so but we've done. Some good things in the off season the. Energy in the atmosphere of fuel like the coach. With one year under his belt and his. Staff working, together cohesively You know things things look up now you don't know till you start, playing games right so so we'll have, to see what happens in and I think coach said that, you guys this morning he was on earlier but I am excited and I'm. Optimistic and we'll see what happens Joe you talked about this the other day but at the end of? Last, year when, you referenced that perhaps there were some complacency that that set in when the off season. Began. What were some of your, first thoughts internally about trying. To deal with that in trying to change course well you know I just had some conversations. With John Elway who beat me to the, punch on that really he he understood it too and, he took some steps some certainly in. Terms of there. Was some help advance and some changes in, the coaching, staff and then we got, some new personnel in and I. Think, he's just helped set a tone for you know what. We're all about here we should be we should have high expectations and embrace them and that's that's what we do here I am not. In the, business of predicting a record I listened to John. And watch John's, press stuff on Friday and. Subsequent comments he, isn't either, but he has high expectations so do I, you know we'll, see where it goes, is I says as I said just a second ago but You know just sort of dismissing are not dismissing. That's the wrong, word but putting aside our. Past success in, focusing on, where we are right now focusing on where, we are today, as an organization moving, forward With great expectations with high expectations that's. What we're about you know it's funny you mentioned that because I think about that often the. Legacy of the Broncos have and I think fans or even like yourself people, that are you work for the organization you have an, intensity to to to look. Back at that passed in that raise your expectations but how hard. Is it for you to live in the moment and say we've got to, treat this season as just a microcosm good or bad or ugly we. Really have, to focus on the moment the task at hand it's it's, not hard because of an and I don't like to raise this but it's, not hard because of five and eleven in two thousand seventeen Okay You better understand where you stay where you sit and that's what we're coming off, of and that works on your mindset to do exactly what you, said which is just focused on right now where we are getting better improving every day and going into, September whatever that first second Sunday of September for Sunday of September is against. Seattle what does your gut say about Mr. bolan, finally getting into the pro football hall of fame this. Year He better Mike? Access right We've We've all been aware of his accomplishments and and we've trumpeted them here for the last several years and they're all. Noteworthy Just and, he is. Deserving of being in the pro football hall of fame so Mike I think this is. The year you know I do I just think he's going to get in and it'll be a great thing for him It will be a wonderful thing for his family, I think and I know it it'll be a lot of people here that worker for years it'd be very very proud yeah and just along those lines Joe can you summarize how the. Organization. Feels not only with with that possibility but also the the tough news, with MRs Boland with Annabel in the. Alzheimer's diagnosis, is you. Feel like the organization is still together and, still rallying, and still fully just getting through it. Okay I guess the, the Mississippi's Annabel's illness in her courageous stand coming forward which takes a lot of courage does it's very very. Sad but, I said this before in previous, years you, know Pat. Bolan left everybody here a blueprint it's easy to follow and it was a blueprint that Requires, and often, results in success and so we have. A lot of people, that knew him worked with him Understood what he was all about so. This transition here isn't. That complicated, everybody's kind of following through on. That now you have a bad year here there things. Go wrong.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Forward to this, year but it hasn't you know every everybody knows what they're expected, of here having said that. I know you're professional but does that give you, any greater. Resolve to know deep in your heart you know you're you're almost playing for something greater you're playing, for again a, family that has meant so much not, only to the organization but the city. The community does that make you just. Dig down to say I really we've gotta make it even extra special this year because of, that it does a little bit actually for me personally, it's a good question because you know. I think, we owe. Pat a lot everybody heroes whom a lot, you guys, I don't know if you've participated or. Got a chance to, look at all our new improvements You know Pat Pat wasn't here to, see his. Own house the developed a used and you know he'd be very proud of that so I think, because of the, standards he said we've we've been able, to accomplish a lot of things here. And he'd be proud of their and. So it does give I think some people some extra energy and some extra fuel to succeed Based. On the, standards that, he set for. Sure yeah finally last couple things with Joe Ellis Broncos president and. CEO when when practices are going on when training camp is. Going. On I mean do you do you take an active interest in say how is case keenum looking Howard how is the defense coming along what's the sort of the football participation that you have. I do I ask you know I ask everybody I asked John Elway asked, Patrick Smyth who, standing here, with us I asked the coach and then I, try to get down actually it's fun at training camp and a little. Bit in the off season and stand close to, the, action and listen to the coaches and listen to the players and watch the tempo of. Practice and after this is. Actually I think my, twenty something season with the team maybe twenty one I kind of understand whether it's going well, or it's not I feel I saw some training camp practices in the couple, of years and I'm not pointing fingers anybody where it just didn't, look right didn't look good now cases. Looked good Quarterbacks and important position and that gives everybody. Some hope and, inspiration and that gives the players a little bit of. Energy, to you know you've. You've probably heard some of the comments are Emmanuel Sanders and others so you know that's that's. Spikes up the optimism meter a little bit. Well we're all. Fired up we've got your. Back and of course we got the bowl and.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sixty and this morning we're going to be talking with joe ellis who is the educational director for the bay area lime foundation welcomed joel thank you bob nice to talk to you today well we are looking at things in a you know a lot of people don't understand that even though they have a lovely garden and this type of thing if they have a dog a deer or rabbit there might be ticks there and of course certain numbers of those ticks might possibly be very bad with lime disease tell us a little bit about that yes actually turns out a lot of people contract lime disease so really the bacteria that causes line just from being out in backyards it's a lot more common than you think and definitely if you have a pet you just have to be a lot more vigilant and at foundation we suggest that people check themselves and that takes regularly every day if they're out in the garden every day yeah well we have a lot of wonderful things going on in our gardens we never see which is why this program exists because people come up and i have this problem i have this problem with the garden and stuff like that and oftentimes we don't even think too much about some of the animals that just the slough off diseases and you can almost guarantee that a deer if it walks through your garden is going to have now tell us about the life cycle of a tick which possibly do they get this in this lime disease in there whatever it is but they suck it off someplace else but it doesn't seem to affect the tick is that correct that is correct yes so a tick actually the life cycle of a tick is actually two years which is kind of a big surprise to most people and what happened yeah it's as they start how little eggs and then they hatch into lousy and then they become what's called a nymph old taken i like to call those like the the keene age stage at the check and just like teenagers that's actually kind of the worst stage because they're so tiny tiny tiny and it's those teenage kicks are infected those are the ones that often coast nice problems 'cause we just see them see them bob they're like the size of a sesame seeds or poppy seed so the super easy to me on you and then they become an adult but at each stage of their life cycle they have to take a meal and they have to feed on a live andrea bunch of bloodsuckers why don't we just call them what they are really all of this like how how did these how do these insights are actually arachnids they're actually close to a spider or a mind then they like an aunt or something like that well how do they get this by fear in their body well yeah he gets hit because they take a meal from an animal that is actually already infected with this bacteria and here in the western united states where this bacteria is hanging out is in the bloodstream of small mammals so mice and rabbits and little bowls and so it's not so much you know the dea although there is obviously some of the bacteria in the place where it's most prevalent is in the small mammal population out he so if you are out in the yard and you see little voles or you know mice those are the places where these texts are actually square over squirrels we all have squirrels and we kind of bay area line foundation we call the square white the superhighway of of hobbies takes get infected with this bacteria then of course fifth and the pics then falls off and then goes with next life cycle stage it has to take another meal and unfortunately you as a human come into that into contact with that take that take bank feeds on that how you can possibly get infected by bacteria yeah but not every course every tick has that the ticket or virus in it but it certainly is nothing you wanna take a chance on so let's say you got rats i have a lot of people ask me now when a rat dies and it has a take on what happens to the ticket just drops off isn't it yeah that's true but the.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With alzheimer's heart really goes out to the five the five children of annabel and pat bolan it's that's a as it said and joe ellis i think in the in the statement to have both parents have alzheimer's which is one of the most cruelest diseases known to civilization that that's quite daunting mike klis joined us earlier on colorado's morning news in a statement broncos president and ceo joel is said quote all of us at the broncos are behind annabel and no she'll face this challenge with courage and determination end quote more information on mckay away newsradio facebook page and that interview with mike klis also linked to the story there rockies road trip starts with a three two loss to the giants who broke two to tie in the bottom of the eighth when gorky hernandez drew a basis loaded walk off of atom vino that was the difference on the bright side in desmond had another good night to for four hit a solo home run tied the game at two with rb in rbi double in the top of the eighth as he continues to hit the ball well do mullaly which is you know which is does these game does he plays a complete game so comes up in the clutch with you know big knocks and that was that was a big one for sure you know against mccutchen almost made a great play well hit hard i mean he was bullet that's rockies manager bud black teams again tonight it's seven thirty five on koa arkansas over oregon state four one razor black backs take a one nothing lead in the best of three finals series at the college world series in.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That is in regards to bath bowlin coming out yesterday saying that she is the rightful heir to the broncos thrown and while part of what john elway saying is like wearing a good place and i believe that to be the case but let's also not forget that those comments are a little self serving john elway right now is in a bubble where the only people that say no to him is his buddy gary kubiak that he can choose to ignore whenever he feels like it there is no there's nobody nagging him there's nobody ordering him to do anything once a new broncos owner is found especially if it's beth boland apparently all of a sudden john elway will have to answer to someone and i certainly don't blame john elway for being reticent about that dynamic but how many of us feel that way that we get in a good groove at work we don't have to really answer to many people like we're kind of being left alone and as long as we're doing a good job we you know nobody's you know in our ears about anything and now all of a sudden a new boss comes in and wants to see all these reports in wants you to check in with them every day it sucks right that's what john always trying to protect here and it seems to me beth bolan couple things one i don't think that she's well light with the current people at valley john elway joe ellis but also i do sense that there is some favoritism towards annabel's children and not pat's children from his first wife which beth is one of them because pat's wife is his ex wife right we all understand that kind of dynamic right i'm not saying that there's a contentious relationship i'm just saying pat is currently married to annabel has multiple children with her multiple children that are good kids not to say beth is but just you know the one just got her mba in in one's working for with the stadium management company and everything so i think maybe there's a little bit is that nepotism is it nepotism to go for one set of kids but not the other.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Did makes me feel like joe alice isn't writing a few statements one statements on behalf of trust and one half one what would i say if i were the ceo of the denver broncos so we didn't hear yesterday from john elway at least we added heard from him by the time that we were done with the show yesterday elway took to the twitter another reason why you should be on twitter if you're not because john elway communicates via twitter is he does he said i want to make one thing clear about yesterday's news joe ellis is doing an incredible job and i have full confidence in him he's got all of our support pat put a lot of good people in place to follow his plan and that's what they're doing i have the upmost confidence in jo ellison john elway as everyone should was john elway a little bit reluctant to come to the realization that we were all coming to that he didn't have a legit nfl starting quarterback on his roster scher but he has proven that he is one of the better football executives in the nfl nothing to me it wasn't the broncos fault that sports authority went belly up so from everything i've seen from a business perspective joe ellis has been doing a smashing job as well so i have no reason to doubt them and i do believe that having the two of them at the helm does ensure a certain level success with this franchise after pat bolan on passes away but let's also keep in mind what these comments also signify from john elway john elway right now in this was a this was a big deal last year right john elway is unopposed throughout the hallways of dove valley there is nobody that says booed him the only guy and i think that he kind of got gary kubiak to get people like me who said that he needs someone to be able to say no to him he got his buddy gary kubiak which of course is a soft he's got gotta tell you straight up right in that in that fine but it's not like gary kubiak is john elway's equal here so john elway is the.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The waiter game this evening as they take on florida's state and we call that the headliner right nice enough to join us while he's pre gaming for these eggs is paul clear the gazette paul how are you today hey what's up fellas thanks for having me on today yeah it's always our pleasure man so we were just discussing this are the broncos missing an opportunity since they did not send anyone to go on johnny manziel oh boy he's throwing footballs again what are we think about that that's that's nice i guess i mean that that's what that is i mean look everybody is sending everybody to go watch you know all these quarterbacks in in the people show up the fact that less than half of the league shows up to his pro is throwing session i think is is telling yeah isn't that something that's a free fall and that that's already for thirty is going to be a good one though yeah i know i just watch the aaron hernandez documentary last week it was interesting i can't we went from from tim tebow to peyton manning to the super bowl year with both quarterbacks to whatever the last couple of years was so i think johnny manziel is very reasonable next step he will he can go join the alliance of american football or whatever the hell they're ever salzer calling that to spring league i i to i enjoyed your call him the other day about the the broncos and i love that you brought back joe ellis's comments from the postseason presser you you called it a sense of entitlement with the denver broncos.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That mike brown the owner of the cincinnati bengals must have been waiting to see what john away and joe ellis we're going to do with vance joseph because after the broncos decide to keep dance for another year mike brown has given marvin lewis a twoyear extension marty laws and continues the head coach of the bengals for the next two years in what do you say that you think they think the broncos would have snapped him up now i i was just being facetious and sarcastic about listen marta loses a really i think a good football man but marvin lewis has been there fifteen years they've not one one playoff game so i i think it's this i i think when it's close in a year like this teams air on the side of if there's any way for us to keep our do were going to because the pool of potential candidates to be head coach material this year is not great sunday while we were getting ready to broadcast the game the word out there the rumor the hot or from adam schefter who's not wrong very often was that france josep was likely to get fired after the game so all of the media guys you know we're sitting around all day you know for a couple of hours going well who would they get we couldn't come up with anybody that that's what i mean if they want to be lizzy josh maganya lls is leaving candidate it you know that's not going to work here right i mean map patricia with the patriots nate may turn out to be a great head coach i i don't know you can't take a chance on on another rookie coach you cannot you cannot do that i hit giving up too much if he went the john currently now i mean they said there said deals already done with the raiders amid getting they're giving him ownership well now i don't i don't know if that portion is done that that that portion could get voted down because that if you're going to be involved in ownership then the other thirty one owners have to deem that appropriate amassed sure that will pass interesting naya that will pass but but i think you know i mean it luke who whose main the giants the bearers.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You know you hate qualification about you know ththe defense has to carry a team multiple she just conveniently so we can conclude the defense from the super bowl fifty see then you know i i think that it's it's definitely a personality xu uh and um you know it starts at quarterback and now a date with the game so much more vertical and what it was years ago you know you it's an essential part used to be back in the day you know you could have a walter payton type you know uh back who could carry you neil carrier offense know you have to have a quarterback that can put the ball you know where it needs to be in these you know these these coverage of the nfl are so tight you know times to get the ball you know could to complete of passing the difference between a touchdown an interception is the couple feet these guys are so good i mean you know and and it's it's uh the other thing i would say maybe i'll wait just he's i don't know what you're the excellent player maybe he's just not a good scout stunning quarterback stan is there a possibility in your mind that the bones might i dunno axelle way and you know finding another gm or another another situation where maybe it felt maybe they could find another way to pick out of it a wing quarterback from the draft because these guys are that there does yeah i mean to this point that the two main quarterbacks that he's drafted lynch an osweiler have not have not panned out the ownership situation with it being in a trust i would assume and i don't know this for a fact that the ceo joe ellis would be the only guy at this point that that could fire john if he wanted i i personally would not subscribe to that the i mean th they've won but five divisional titles they want they've been to the super bowl twice in who since two thousand eleven i think were we are what's the.

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"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"joe ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You know you hate qualification about you know ththe defense has to carry a team multiple she just conveniently so we can conclude the defense from the super bowl fifty see then you know i i think that it's it's definitely a personality xu uh and um you know it starts at quarterback and now a date with the game so much more vertical and what it was years ago you know you it's an essential part used to be back in the day you know you could have a walter payton type you know uh back who could carry you neil carrier offense know you have to have a quarterback that can put the ball you know where it needs to be in these you know these these coverage of the nfl are so tight you know times to get the ball you know could to complete of passing the difference between a touchdown an interception is the couple feet these guys are so good i mean you know and and it's it's uh the other thing i would say maybe i'll wait just he's i don't know what you're the excellent player maybe he's just not a good scout stunning quarterback stan is there a possibility in your mind that the bones might i dunno axelle way and you know finding another gm or another another situation where maybe it felt maybe they could find another way to pick out of it a wing quarterback from the draft because these guys are that there does yeah i mean to this point that the two main quarterbacks that he's drafted lynch an osweiler have not have not panned out the ownership situation with it being in a trust i would assume and i don't know this for a fact that the ceo joe ellis would be the only guy at this point that that could fire john if he wanted i i personally would not subscribe to that the i mean th they've won but five divisional titles they want they've been to the super bowl twice in who since two thousand eleven i think were we are what's the.

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