Posted Thu Jan 17th by Jon Heath
The Denver Broncos 2013 coaching staff is almost completely assembled.
The Broncos lost former offensive coordinator Mike McCoy to San Diego, replaced him with quarterbacks coach Adam Gase (shortly thereafter, Ken Whisenhunt, one of Denver’s OC candidates also signed with San Diego), blocked the Chargers from hiring Matt Russell as their next general manager, let secondary coach Ron Milus go and replaced him with defensive quality control coach Cory Undlin.
Conclusions: San Diego really likes Denver’s coaching staff and the Broncos still need a quarterbacks coach. Want to bet San Diego will hire whichever QB coach Denver targets and makes him their own offensive consultant?
In all seriousness, the Broncos do need a QB coach and Gase is going to help them find one.
“We’ll bring somebody in,” said Gase. “We’ll talk to some guys. Coach (John) Fox, John Elway and myself, we’ll talk to some guys and figure out who the best fit for us is.”
The coaching carousel should be ending soon for the Broncos. Frankly, it will be nice to not have to worry about who-will-replace-who anymore.