Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph introduced his coordinators at a press conference Tuesday Here are some of my takeaways and thoughts.
A new era has begun in Denver. We have transitioned from the Gary Kubiak era.
Now, we enter the Vance Joseph era and the men he has decided will help him lead the Denver Broncos to another championship.
Vance’s goal is to get the best coaching staff. He wants the Denver Broncos to return to the promise land.
The offensive coaching staff underwent a major overhaul. Eric Studesville and Tyke Tolbert remained on the staff.
For offensive coordinator, exit Rick Dennison and enter Mike McCoy. McCoy was with the Broncos coaching staff for few years before he accepted a job to be the San Diego Chargers head coach.
Now he is back and looking to help develop Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch. To help him, Joseph has hired Bill Musgrave. The same coach that developed Derek Carr.
In perhaps a surprising move, Vance Joseph decided to promote the “No Fly Zone” defensive back’s coach to defensive coordinator.
Marcus Robertson was hired as the defensive back’s coach. Bill Kollar and Reggie Herring retained their roles.
Brock Olivo was hired to be the new Denver Broncos special teams coordinator. He sure showed his fire in his press conference.
Now that I have introduced the major changes, I will give my two cents on how the press conference went.
For me, Brock Olivo stole the show with his jokes. But the entire coaching staff looked like they were ready to start the offseason.
Mike McCoy noted that the quarterback competition would be open.
Vance Joseph was looking to get the best coordinators and it appears he did the job well.
It’ll be interesting to see what the coordinators can do.
Welcome to the Denver Broncos Vance Joseph and the rest of the Broncos coordinators. We are excited to have you. Let’s get to business to bring the Lombardi Trophy to Denver!