As the coaching interviews have continued for the Denver Broncos, Mike Munchak expresses interest in becoming the next head coach in the Mile High City.
After Saturday’s interview with Brian Flores, the Denver Broncos have one final interview scheduled with Vic Fangio on Monday. One possible coaching candidate has apparently expressed interest in coaching the Denver Broncos. Mike Munchak, who is the current Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach, expresses interest in becoming the Denver Broncos next head coach, according to Adam Schefter.
In Schefter’s report, he indicates that his relationship with John Elway and the fact that he has family in Denver has drawn his interest in moving to the Mile High City to coach the Denver Broncos.
If John Elway and the Denver Broncos would offer him the job, Munchak would strongly consider taking the job. What makes this report more interesting is that he turned down job offers in the past.
Mike Munchak interviewed with the Denver Broncos on Friday. It has been mentioned that his strong work with the Pittsburgh Steelers on the offensive line were top notch. Pittsburgh had one of the strongest offensive lines in the league in 2018.
As Broncos Country knows, the team has struggled on the offensive line for quite some time. Perhaps having a coach in Mike Munchak, who had a Hall of Fame career as a left guard during his time with the Houston Oilers.
With emerging star Phillip Lindsay in the backfield, that could be something to consider. Denver also have many issues protecting the quarterback in what seems like years now.
That alone would give the Broncos all the reason in hiring Mike Munchak. But the fact that it is reported that he is interested in coaching the Broncos is very telling.
Denver will conclude their head coaching interviews with Vic Fangio on Monday. There, the Denver Broncos will likely select a few of the candidates to bring back for a second interview. It would not be surprising if Mike Munchak was brought back for a second interview.