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After retirement, Schlereth hosted an afternoon sports talk radio show on Denver AM radio 760 The Zone with fellow former Broncos lineman David "Doc" Diaz-Infante.The show was frequently referred to as the "Stink and Doc" show.Schlereth is also a featured athlete on Athlete 360, a new sports medicine television show.

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Twenty of those surgeries were performed on his knees (15 left, five right).

Schlereth was selected in the 10th round (#263 overall) of the 1989 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins.

He played 12 NFL seasons—six with the Denver Broncos (1995–2000).

His injuries are documented on Athlete 360, the new sports medicine television show hosted by Schlereth's former Redskins teammate, Dr. On April 18, 2001, Schlereth announced his retirement.

"The reason I came out here today was to announce that I have just signed a six-year, million contract to extend my career with the Denver Broncos.

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