Former Tight end for the Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, and Seatle Seahawks.
Date of birth: January 20, 1979 (age 33)
Place of birth: Eagle, Idaho
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) Weight: 256 lb (116 kg)
College: Boise State
NFL Draft: 2002 / Round: 6 / Pick: 191
Debuted in 2002 for the Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos (2002–2005)
Houston Texans (2006–2007)
Seattle Seahawks (2008)
Denver Broncos (2008)
Hartford Colonials (2010)*
Omaha Nighthawks (2010)
*Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Roster status: Active
Career highlights and awards
Second-team All-Big West (1999)
Honorable mention All-Big West (2000)
First-team All-WAC (2001)
Putzier attended Eagle High School in his hometown Eagle, Idaho. He also lettered in Basketball. Putzier made two free throws to win the district championship game against Eagle High's rivals, Centennial High.
Putzier attended Boise State University and was an English Major and a letterman in football. In football, he finished his college career with 128 receptions for 2050 yards(16.01 yards per reception avg.) and 19 touchdowns. As a senior, he played tight end and was a first team All Western Athletic Conference selection.His 824yd 12td's and 18.7ypc led the nation for all tight ends. In Boise State University's 41-10 victory against Tulsa University that year, he caught 8 passes for 164 yards and three touchdowns. Later in the season he had 191yds on 8 catches and 3 touchdowns. As a junior, he played wide receiver, and was an All-big West Conference Honorable Mention selection and finished the season with 39 receptions for 514 yards (13.18 yards per reception avg.) and two touchdowns. As a sophomore, he played wide receiver and was a second team All-Big West Conference selection. Jeb played on the Boise State basketball team his sophomore year. He is the only div 1 athlete at Boise State to ever play football and basketball. Putzier won the valor award his senior season.
Putzier was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the sixth round of the 2002 NFL Draft. After only recording four receptions his first two years, he contributed to the Broncos in 2004 with 36 catches. His play earned him a 5-year $12.5 million offer sheet from the New York Jets which the Broncos matched. Despite putting up 37 receptions in 2005 the Broncos released him in what was considered to be a salary cap purge.
Putzier signed with the Texans in 2006 reuniting him with former Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. He only grabbed 19 receptions in two years with the club.
In 2008, Putzier spent time with the Seattle Seahawks and again with the Broncos but recorded no statistics. He was cut in the Broncos training camp in 2009.
After not playing for any professional team in 2009, Putzier re-emerged by signing to play in the UFL first with the Hartford Colonials, then with the Omaha Nighthawks.
ISPN and Comcast Entertainment Television
With energetic sincerity, he loves using his talents and career to "shine a light on student-athletes doing awesome things."
A multi-skilled and well-travelled performer in the broadcast media industry, Cesario "came back" to Denver in 1999. It was here he helped launch the award-winning “Friday Night Lights” and “High School Hoops” broadcasts on KOA and KKZN as a sideline talent and creative director.
Along with his current role at ISPN/CET, Marty is also the sideline talent for Colorado State football radio broadcasts. He recently has been earning assignments as sideline talent for ESPN Radio during their extensive bowl season coverage. And he privately contracts creative voice and production work -- including the broadcast packages for the CSU football and basketball teams.
Marty and his wife were classmates in high school (Benet Academy in Lisle, IL) and college (CSU). They have two daughters. So it's a "House of She" in Jeffco where he loves to return from working games, skiing glades, running trails, or climbing big hills.
Newsradio 850 KOA, ISPN and Comcast Entertainment Television, and Altitude Sports & Entertainment.
Broadcasting since 1986, he made the move to Colorado in 1994 where he’s been covering Colorado High School sports ever since. Lopez’ experience includes both TV and radio outlets along the Front Range covering everything from the Kobe Bryant trial in Eagle County to play-by-play of John Elway’s Colorado Crush Arena Football League team for Newsradio 850 KOA. Lopez also handles play-by-play duties for the Colorado Rapids Major League Soccer for Altitude Sports & Entertainment.
Corey met wife Niki, while working on the award winning “Friday Night Lights” high school sports broadcast on the old AM 760 “The Zone” sports station in 2003 and enjoys spending time with their young son in his free time.
Host, Colorado Craft Beer Show on AM 760 Saturday's 12pm - 1pm
I was born in Colorado in the Fall of 1974 and never have left. My folks were never beer drinkers opting instead for Vodka and Wine. Somehow my brother and myself developed a love for beer at an early age (can’t go too far into that) but through the years it has become a contest to see who can turn who onto a bigger, better, beer. I remember my first taste of “micro” beer in the early 90’s when it seemed that craft brews in the square state were really taking off. Although I still enjoy a PBR every now and then, craft beer has become a second wife to me. Just ask Stacy.
I have been doing the “radio thing” since 1996 where I started at KDUR in Durango. I have been at AM 760 since February of 2000 with a bevy of duties. From sports reports, traffic reports, producing, engineering, play by play to pushing buttons, I have tried to do a little of it all.
I am happily married to my beautiful wife Stacy and have 3 children, Maddie(10), Tyson (8) and Carson (7). I enjoy family time, seeing live music, playin’ golf, hangin’ out with friends and trying out all that Colorado has to offer, on tap!
Contact me here firstname.lastname@example.org
The Denver Post
Legwold joined The Denver Post in July 2009 and has covered the NFL for over two decades. A Chicago native, he is a University of Illinois graduate and has covered a wide variety of sports throughout his career, including nearly 20 Super Bowls, several NCAA basketball tournaments, NASCAR races, college bowl games, a handful of Stanley Cup Finals and countless high school games. He is also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Selectors.