Joel Klatt
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"Joel Klatt"

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"Joel Klatt" (born February 4, 1982) is a talk radio personality on 104.3FM "The Fan" in Denver, Colorado, partnered with longtime Denver Sports Radio personality Mike Evans, and current analyst for Fox Sports 1. Klatt played college football for the University of Colorado at Boulder/University of Colorado (CU) Colorado Buffaloes/Buffaloes before turning professional. He was the first 3 year starter at QB since Kordell Stewart ('92–'94). He also played minor-league baseball for two seasons. He was not drafted in the 2006 NFL Draft but he did attend the Detroit Lions' and New Orleans Saints' rookie mini-camps after the draft. New Orleans signed him to a free-agent contract after their mini-camp, but then released him 11 days later on June 2, 2006. The Lions then claimed him off waivers less than a week later, but Klatt was released on August 27, 2006, before the start of the regular season.

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