NewsRadio 850 KOA announced Monday that Dave Logan has signed a three-year contract extension to continue providing play-by-play for Denver Broncos radio broadcasts on 850 KOA’s Broncos Radio Network .
“We are thrilled to have Dave continue his storied career with 850 KOA and the Denver Broncos Radio Network,” said Pat Connor, President and Market Manager of Clear Channel Denver. “Dave is not only one of the best broadcasters in radio, but in broadcasting period. He’s a community voice for Denver, and we are grateful that we'll have him as part of the 850 KOA team for years to come.”
Greg Foster, 850 KOA Program Director added, “Dave is one of the most trusted voices in Colorado. Whether he’s calling a Broncos game or entertaining 850 KOA listeners on their way home, Dave connects with people like no one else.”
Logan will enter his 15th season providing play-by-play for the Broncos following seven years as color analyst on 850 KOA broadcasts.
“Dave is a staple of Denver Broncos football as well as this community, and his knowledge, passion and insight bring our fans closer to the game,” Denver Broncos President Joe Ellis said. “He has provided some of the most memorable calls in the history of the franchise on KOA Radio, including his play-by-play during the Broncos’ back-to-back Super Bowl wins. We are fortunate to have him continue as the voice of the Broncos, capturing all of the special moments to come as our organization begins an exciting new chapter in its history.”
A Wheatridge High School graduate and two-sport letterman at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Logan is one of only two athletes to be drafted in three professional sports leagues. Logan chose the NFL and played eight seasons with the Cleveland Browns and one season with the Denver Broncos, catching 263 passes for 4,250 yards and 24 touchdowns in his career.
Logan is in his 18th season coaching High School Football, and has led Mullen High School in two consecutive undefeated seasons and three consecutive state titles. He has coached six teams to state titles in his career.
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