Andre Johnson: Houston Became HomeAndre Johnson opened up on the Triple Threat and was joined by some old friends.
3T - Andre Johnson with Gary Kubiak Calling In 04-21-17The Triple Threat's interview with Houston Texans great Andre Johnson continues, in this segment, his former coach Gary Kubiak calls in.
The Best of The Triple Threat 02-28-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Tuesday 02-28-2017
King: If One Were To Leave It Would Be Bill O'Brien Not Rick SmithPeter King joined In the Loop and they talked about the rumored rift between Bill O'Brien and Rick Smith, where Bill O'Brien could wind up if he leaves, the defenses will be more of a story than the QBs on Saturday and the future of Gary Kubiak.
REPORT: Gary Kubiak To Step Away From Coaching Due To Health ConcernsThe Denver Broncos might be looking for a new head coach just a year after winning the Super Bowl. Gary Kubiak, it is being reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, will step down from coaching duties with the Broncos after the year due to health concerns with the 55-year-old coach.
Kubiak To Face Texans For First Time As Head CoachGary Kubiak faces the team he coached for eight seasons when the Texans face the Broncos on Monday night.
Hammond: Why Texans Didn't Win A Super Bowl With Kubiak, PhillipsNFL offseason. Cam Newton. Texans. Kubiak. Wade.
Keo: Kubiak Has Lightened Up In DenverI went down to the SAP Center in San Jose on Monday night to check out the NFL's Opening Night media session. It was kind of a zoo (as most Super Bowl Media Days are), but I had a chance to catch up with current Broncos safety and former Texan Shiloh Keo. Since my phone conspired against me, the audio is not good enough to air. However, here were Shiloh's best answers on Monday:
Mike Meltser's Sports Takes From Championship WeekendWhat was Mike Meltser thinking as he watched the Broncos and Panthers advance to the Super Bowl? Find out here.
Denver's Dominating Defense Looms Large Ahead Of AFC ChampionshipEven a healthy New England offense will be challenged to score against the Broncos.
Tafoya: Covering Kubiak Stroke Was ScaryNBC Sunday Night Football sideline reporter Michelle Tafoya joined Mad Radio and they talked about her times on the sidelines, covering the game where Gary Kubiak had a mini stroke on the field and seeing first hand how bad some teams are.
Hammond: It's Now Or Never For Mallett, Texans Franchise QB Hopeful