DAVE LOGAN, who leads KOA’s broadcast crew as the play-by-play announcer, is in his 22nd full season as voice of the Broncos following seven years as color analyst on the broadcasts.
A Colorado native and 1971 winner of The Denver Post Gold Helmet Award, he is one of two athletes (along with Dave Winfield) drafted by franchises in Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NFL. Logan chose the latter, starring for the Cleveland Browns from 1976-83 and ascending into the top five of virtually every receiving category in the franchise’s 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. He currently co-hosts the daily Lewis & Logan Show on KOA NewsRadio from 4-7 p.m. He was named 1997 Broadcast Citizen of the Year in Colorado and has been Colorado Sportscaster of the Year three times (1992-93 and ‘98).
Logan also is one of the most accomplished prep football coaches in the country, as he is the only coach in history to lead four different schools to a state title at the highest classification (seven championships total). He is in his seventh season coaching at Cherry Creek High School, winner of the 2014 Class 5A state championship. He was named the Denver Broncos’ Don Shula NFL Coach of the Year nominee in 2010 and was named a finalist for the national award in 2014, recognizing his integrity, achievement and leadership demonstrated by the winningest coach in NFL history.
He was also the recipient of the Denver Athletic Club’s Career Achievement Award in 2012.
RICK LEWIS joins Logan for his second season providing color commentary for the Broncos Radio Network.
Lewis co-hosts KOA NewsRadio’s Lewis & Logan Show with Dave Logan from 4-7 p.m., and The Rick Lewis Show from 5-10 a.m. each day on 103.5 The Fox (KRFX-FM). For nearly three decades, Lewis has been one of the top-rated radio personalities in the country and has been awarded Personality of the Year multiple times. He’s an Emmy and Telly award winner for television, and has appeared in major motion pictures, network TV shows, and national commercials.
Lewis’ sports broadcasting experience includes radio and TV play-by-play work for college and high school football, baseball, and basketball, and he previously co-hosted The Truth – a Broncos pregame show – on 103.5 The Fox.
In 2015, he formed a groove band known as The Rick Lewis Project. As drummer for the band, he has shared the stage as the opening act for BB King, James Brown, The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Def Leppard, ZZ Top, and The Who. He is also the founder of a kids foundation that provides thousands of toys every holiday season to disadvantaged children in the Denver Metro area and raises money year-round through merchandise sales from his band, The Rick Lewis Project.
TYLER POLUMBUS serves as the sideline reporter for Broncos radio broadcasts while providing regular color commentary as well.
Polumbus co-hosts the Polumbus and Lindahl Show with Andy Lindahl, from 7-10 a.m. on Orange and Blue 760 (KSDP-AM).
Polumbus, an offensive tackle, starred at Colorado’s Cherry Creek High and the University of Colorado before the Broncos signed him in 2008. He played eight years in the NFL with the Redskins, Seahawks, and Falcons before returning to the Broncos in 2015. He retired from football following Denver’s Super Bowl 50 victory.
Since retirement, he has appeared as a local radio and TV analyst and as a sideline reporter for the University of Colorado football broadcasts. The Polumbus family started Tyler’s Kids Outreach (TKO) to enrich the lives of children through family, faith, and personal growth.