ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Denver Broncos radio play-by-play man Dave Logan was the national runner-up for the NFL’s Don Shula High School Coach of the Year award.
The award, announced Friday, was given to Somerset (Wisconsin) High School coach Bruce Larson. Logan and Truman High School (Independence, Missouri) coach Gregg Webb were the other finalists.
Logan, a former Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos wide receiver in an eight-year NFL career as a player, has won seven state titles as a high school coach in Colorado, including a 5A title this past season at Cherry Creek High School.
Logan, who was selected in the Major League Baseball, NBA and NFL drafts before he began his NFL career, has been the play-by-play voice of the Broncos for the last 18 seasons on 850 KOA-AM and has been on the team’s radio broadcasts in some fashion for the last 25 years.