Denver Broncos coaching staff to coach at 2018 Senior Bowl
The Denver Broncos were one of the two teams selected to coach a roster at the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl, a major development for the franchise…
The Denver Broncos will reportedly have the opportunity to send their coaching staff to be part of the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl, which is one piece of news I have been hoping for for the past three or four weeks.
Last week, I wrote about the possibility of the Broncos’ coaching staff getting the chance to coach in Mobile, Alabama if head coach Vance Joseph was retained, and that turned out to be the case.
The Broncos were considered due to their low winning percentage plus the fact that they kept their head coach in place. Those are two requirements to be considered for coaching at the Senior Bowl, and this year, the event either passed on the Cleveland Browns or vice versa.
The Broncos were next in line.
The original reports were confirmed by the Senior Bowl on Wednesday:
As I pitched in my article over a week ago, the Broncos needed to be considered because they have never had a coaching staff represented at the Senior Bowl in the game’s long history.
The Broncos have also got a chance now to get an up-close-and-personal look at some of the best offensive talent in the 2018 NFL Draft.
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There’s some good defensive talent coming to the Senior Bowl as well, and we’ll dive into the prospects the Broncos will be getting to see at length, but in my initial analysis of the players who have accepted invitations, the offensive side of the ball has a number of players who will or could very well be first round picks.
There’s a good chance the Broncos will get the opportunity to coach at least one of Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield, or Mason Rudolph, but nothing is set in stone at this point.
Allen, in particular, has yet to even accept his invitation to the game, but that should come very soon.
This is huge news for the Broncos and their coaching staff, which retained coordinators Joe Woods and Bill Musgrave. After deciding to stick with the staff, the Broncos get a great bit of news early on in the offseason.
This is going to be a very cool Senior Bowl to watch, and I can’t wait to see how the Broncos attack getting this kind of extra time with so many great players.