This is Dave Logan’s
21st year as voice of the Broncos, following seven years as color analyst on
the broadcasts. Logan’s background reads like an All-American dream: A
Colorado native, he is one of two athletes (Dave Winfield being the other)
drafted by franchises in Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NFL. Logan
chose football, starring for the Cleveland Browns from 1976-83, and
ascending into the top five of virtually every receiving category in the
franchise record books. He played his final season in Denver in 1984.
Since then, Logan has brought his love for sports and knowledge of the games
to Colorado radio listeners as co-host of The Lewis & Logan Show on KOA
Newsradio at 850 Am and 94.1 FM, weekday afternoons from 4:00pm-7:00pm. Dave
was named 1997 Broadcast Citizen of the Year in Colorado, following Colorado
Sportscaster of the Year awards in 1992, ’93 and ’98. He led Arvada (Colo.)
West High School to a state championship in 1997, Chatfield High School to
the state title in 2001, Mullen High School to the state titles in 2004,
2008, 2009 & 2010, and Cherry Creek High School to the state championship in
Logan is currently the head football coach at Cherry Creek High
School in a Denver suburb.
Rick has done play by play for college football,
baseball and basketball. For 5 years he has hosted a Denver Broncos pre-game
show, “The Truth”, every Sunday on 103.5 The Fox. He has won multiple
Personality of the Year awards, an Emmy and several Telly’s. Rick filled in
for Ed McCaffrey in the booth for the Jacksonville game in 2016. He
considers the Broncos color commentary position as his dream job.
Rick Lewis Show on 103.5 The Fox has been a top rated show for over two
decades. In 2017 Rick teamed up with the legendary Dave Logan to form the
Lewis and Logan Show, afternoons on KOA. Lewis is now one of the few
broadcasters in radio history to hold down two drive time shows a day in a
Rick Lewis has done just about everything there is to do in
the entertainment industry, hosting nationally syndicated radio shows for
Westwood, appearances in numerous films, network TV shows and national
commercials, stand-up comedy and playing drums in his band. The Rick Lewis
Project has shared the stage with notable acts such as James Brown, ZZ Top,
Allman Brothers, BB King, Def Leppard, Steve Miller and many more.
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen inducted Rick into the Special Olympics Hall of
Fame for his work with Special Olympics. Rick also has a no administrative
cost Kids Foundation that gives away thousands of toys each year and
benefits kids in the Denver area.
Rick lives near Morrison CO with his
wife Dionne, and has two beautiful daughters Jordan and Rionna. He loves to
spend time in Arizona and Hawaii whenever possible and hang out with his
trusty bird dog Lucky Lewis. He also is an avid fitness buff and loves to
Tyler Polumbus is truly a hometown Denver
guy, playing football for Cherry Creek High School, University of Colorado
and the Denver Broncos.
In his eight years in the NFL, Polumbus also
spent time with the Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta
Falcons before joining the Broncos for a second time, ending his career as
Super Bowl Champion.
After retiring, Polumbus has appeared as an analyst
with The Fan, CBS Denver and Altitude TV.
Active in the community
throughout his career, the Polumbus family started Tyler’s Kids Outreach
(TKO) to give back to various communities and individuals in need.
Polumbus continues to be active in the community supporting many causes
including Global Down Syndrome Foundation’s Dare to Play Football Camp
Tyler and his wife Liz have three children.
Andy Lindahl brings you behind-the-scenes details and
news from the Broncos' sideline and locker room from every Broncos game. He
can also be heard on Orange and Blue radio every weekday morning from 7am-10
For three seasons, Andy was the radio analyst of the Colorado Crush
arena team, and in 2006 joined the Denver Outlaws lacrosse television
broadcast. He came to iHeartMedia in 1999 and has covered the Broncos for
over a dozen years.
Mike Rice returns for his
15th season as the Denver Broncos Network studio host. Rice anchors the
“Countdown To Kickoff” pre-game show, provides halftime score updates and
hosts the post-game “Locker Room” show. A Bay Area native and a graduate of
the University of California-Berkeley, Rice began his radio career at KCBS
in San Francisco before coming to Colorado in 1991. In addition to his
duties covering the Broncos, Rice has served as the play-by-play Voice of
the University of Northern Colorado Bears. The Associated Press and Colorado
Broadcasters Association have recognized him for excellence in sports
In his spare time, Rice enjoys photography, playing the
piano, hiking and rooting for his alma mater. Mike, and his wife Ann, have
two young sons.