Klis’ Mike Drop
Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast: 1-on-1 with Broncos RB Javonte Williams and a healthier Denver team faces a must-win against Washington

Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast: 1-on-1 with Broncos RB Javonte Williams and a healthier Denver team faces a must-win against Washington

October 28, 2021

It's go time.

The Denver Broncos are facing a must-win at home on Sunday against Washington after losing four straight games to fall to 3-4 on the season. That promising 3-0 start feels like a memory of the distant past. 

In the latest edition of his podcast "Klis' Mike Drop," our 9NEWS Broncos insider Mike Klis discusses what went wrong in Cleveland last week on Thursday night football, specifically the Browns' opening drive that helped lead to yet another Denver loss. 

Mike then goes 1-on-1 with rookie running back Javonte Williams, one of the lone bright spots on the Denver roster so far this season. Williams has been a powerful runner and made some electrifying plays through seven games. 

Finally, Mike takes a look at the game this weekend against Washington. While Peyton Manning entering the team's Ring of Fame is the highlight, there could also be jobs on the line for several Denver coaches, including the head coach Vic Fangio. 

 

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Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast: 1-on-1 with Vic Fangio, Von Miller and Melvin Gordon after another Broncos loss

Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast: 1-on-1 with Vic Fangio, Von Miller and Melvin Gordon after another Broncos loss

October 22, 2021

The season has taken a turn in the wrong direction.

After starting out 3-0, the Denver Broncos have dropped four games in a row, including Thursday night's loss at Cleveland.

In his latest podcast, 9NEWS insider Mike Klis takes a look back at what went wrong for the Broncos, who lost to Browns backup QB Case Keenum, who used to play here in Denver.

Mike goes 1-on-1 with head coach Vic Fangio, linebacker Von Miller and running back Melvin Gordon in the postgame locker room, then takes a look ahead to next week's game against the Washington Football Team.

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Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast: 1-on-1 with legendary Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan before his Ring of Fame induction and a huge game against the Raiders

Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast: 1-on-1 with legendary Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan before his Ring of Fame induction and a huge game against the Raiders

October 15, 2021

It's about time. 

Former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan, who won two Super Bowls with Denver, will be inducted into the team's Ring of Fame this weekend when the Broncos host the Las Vegas Raiders. The ceremony will take place at halftime. 

In the latest edition of his podcast "Klis' Mike Drop," our 9NEWS Broncos insider Mike Klis sits down with the best head coach in team history for an interview about what the induction means to Shanahan, his time with the Broncos, the storied history of the franchise and plenty more. 

Mike also takes a look at Denver's huge game against the Raiders on Sunday, who will be without former head coach Jon Gruden after he resigned earlier this week following the release of dozens of offensive e-mails. 

Sitting with a 3-2 record, the Broncos really need a win, especially with a short week and a trip to Cleveland for a Thursday night game up next. 

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Broncos get good and bad news on injuries, 1-on-1 with Justin Strnad and a trip to Pittsburgh vs. Big Ben and the Steelers

Broncos get good and bad news on injuries, 1-on-1 with Justin Strnad and a trip to Pittsburgh vs. Big Ben and the Steelers

October 8, 2021

What a difference one game can make. 

A week ago this time the Denver Broncos were flying high, sitting at 3-0 and one of just five undefeated teams in the NFL. After a tough 23-7 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Denver is now 3-1 and desperate to get back on track in Pittsburgh on Sunday. 

In the latest edition of his podcast "Klis' Mike Drop," our 9NEWS Broncos insider Mike Klis briefly looks back at the defeat to Baltimore, but also has some late news on Denver's injury front. It includes a disappointing update on Courtland Sutton, but a much better outlook for Teddy Bridgewater, Dalton Risner and Graham Glasgow. 

Mike then sits down with Broncos inside linebacker Justin Strnad, who has been thrust into a huge role after the injury to Josey Jewell. Strnad missed all of 2020 after suffering a wrist injury and will now take Jewell's spot the rest of 2021. 

Finally, Mike takes a look at the Broncos Week 5 matchup against the Steelers and QB Ben Roethlisberger, who might be on his last legs in the NFL. The Denver defense has a big opportunity against a struggling Pittsburgh offense to get the Broncos to 4-1.

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Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast special edition: Chatting with Steelers greats Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier about rushing record they were unaware existed

Klis‘ Mike Drop podcast special edition: Chatting with Steelers greats Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier about rushing record they were unaware existed

October 6, 2021

There's been a lot of chatter this week about what the Ravens did on the final play of the game against the Broncos. 

Rather than take a knee, Baltimore ran the football with the game in hand up 23-7 (and just three second left on the clock) to extend its 100-yard rushing streak to 43 consecutive games and tie an NFL record. 

In the latest edition of his podcast "Klis' Mike Drop," our 9NEWS Broncos insider Mike Klis talks with two Steelers legends who the current Ravens are now tied with for the mark. Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier joined Mike and were unaware they even held the previous record. 

“I wish I would have known that we held that record,’’ former Steelers’ running back Bleier said in a Zoom interview Wednesday with 9NEWS and his longtime friend and fellow Steelers’ ball-carrier Harris. “The first time I heard about it was when I got this text message."

Led by the fullback Harris and halfback Bleier, the Pittsburgh Steelers had run off 43 consecutive games of at least 100 yards starting from Game 13 of a 14-game schedule in 1974 until game 13 of the 1977 season. The Ravens matched that this past weekend in controversial fashion, so it was fun to hear from Harris and Bleier. 

 

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