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On Tuesday, Denver Broncos special teams assistant Keith Burns left for Washington.  On Wednesday, the team replaced Burns with former Kansas City Chiefs quality control coach Derius Swinton. Former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer has been helping quarterback prospect Collin Klein prepare for the upcoming NFL Combine. Here is a review of who the experts are projecting to be drafted by Denver this [...]

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Published on 02/13/2013 at Wed Feb 13 16:45.   No Comments
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Former Denver Broncos linebacker Keith Burns has been a special teams assistant in Denver since 2007.  On Tuesday, he signed with the Washington Redskinsas their new special teams coordinator. FootballOutsiders.com‘s Andy Benoit suggests Randy Starks, Terrance Knighton, and Alan Branch as a few potential free agent defensive tackles that Denver could pursue. Denver’s Von Miller is a member of NFL.com’s All-Under-25 Team. If [...]

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Published on 02/12/2013 at Tue Feb 12 18:16.   9 Comments
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The Denver Broncos announced two more coaches on Thursday morning, completing Head Coach John Fox’s 2011 coaching staff. The club named Keith Burns assistant special teams coach and Sam Garnes assistant secondary coach. Coaching with the Carolina Panthers last season, Garnes played seven seasons in the NFL with the New York Giants and Jets.  A [...]

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Published on 01/27/2011 at Thu Jan 27 09:26.   10 Comments
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The Denver Broncos have announced the initial hiring of the 2011 John Fox coaching staff, filling 8 positions within the organization.  As expected the team kept holdovers in Mike McCoy and Eric Studesville along with 4 others from the previous regime with some jostling in titles.  Here is the coaching roster thus far: Head Coach [...]

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Published on 01/17/2011 at Mon Jan 17 13:53.   21 Comments
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