After Hours With Amy Lawrence Weekly Rewind 8/8-8/12

CHRISTINE BRENNAN – 8/9/16
USA Today and CNN reporter

“I’ve got it, but I haven’t put it on. I have not seen a mosquito, I have not thought about a mosquito. I’m not trying to be flippant about it, not at all. Obviously Zika is a very big issue, but it’s not that hot here. It’s winter time, so it’s certainly not as hot as it was in Washington D.C. when I left, so I do think Rio is getting this done. There are bus issues, there are transportation issues, but if you look at the swimming venue, it’s great. It’s just like being in London or being in Beijing or whatever and Michael Phelps is there, so it’s exactly like that. It works out pretty well.”
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ANDY LINDAHL – 8/10/16
Broncos sideline reporter, Denver Sports 760 host

“We’ve seen Mark Sanchez, the first five days of training camp, come out and show that he’s a veteran, kind of take charge of some things. But he continues to throw interceptions, and a lot of them seem to be pick-sixes, and that’s not sitting well with Gary Kubiak. That’s really what I think more than anything is holding back the decision to make him the starter against Carolina right now.”
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ADAM KAUFMAN – 8/11/16
WBZ and 98.5 The Sports Hub host

“This team is as deep as it has been under Bill Belichick overall and at a variety of positions, (which is) something he’s made a point to talk about. But in terms of running back depth, not really. If Dion Lewis is ready to go come the start of the year, that’s a different story. But if he’s not, if he starts the year on PUP or if he’s healthy but slow to get going, you don’t know what you’re going to get out of James White or LeGarrette Blount, if he even makes the team, or Brandon Bolden. D.J. Foster, this rookie, is something of an unknown, but you don’t know what you’ve got there in terms of running back depth.”
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LARS ANDERSON – 8/12/16
Bleacher Report writer

“We should just have one place for the Summer Olympics and one place for the Winter Olympics. Because doing this stuff where communities invest so much money in these games, like Rio – once everybody leaves Rio, there’s going to be so many places here that are not going to know what to do with these venues. I’m not the first to suggest this, but I do think it should be on a rotating thing, and I believe everything should be in Athens.”
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