Broncos named incumbent quarterbacks coach Adam Gase their offensive coordinator.
Former Titans consultant Tom Moore said he wants to be an offensive coordinator in 2013.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen mentioned Broncos QBs coach Adam Gase, ex-Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt, and Colts QBs coach Clyde Christensen as potential Broncos OC candidates should Mike McCoy get a head-coaching job.
Appearing on NFL Today, CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported the Jaguars would seek to interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy for their head-coaching vacancy should the Broncos lose to the Ravens on Saturday.
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Eagles will interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy for their head-coaching vacancy this weekend.
ESPN's John Clayton reports that the Jaguars plan to interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy for Jacksonville's head-coaching vacancy.
Broncos president Joe Ellis indicated that VP of Player Personnel John Elway's transition has been so smooth that he's already exceeded expectations.
The Broncos confirmed Monday that Mike McCoy will stay on as offensive coordinator and Eric Studesville will return as running backs coach under new head man John Fox.
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that the Broncos will retain OC Mike McCoy.
Although he said he would like to retain offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, new Broncos head coach John Fox admitted Friday that McCoy has "options" and isn't a slam-dunk to be back in 2011.
According to the Denver Post, the Broncos have narrowed their list of head coaching candidates to Rick Dennison, John Fox, and Dirk Koetter.
Texans OC Rick Dennison is picking up steam as the candidate to beat for the Broncos' head coaching job.
In addition to Texans OC Rick Dennison, the Broncos are also interviewing Jaguars OC Dirk Koetter for their vacant head coaching job on Tuesday.
Texans OC Rick Dennison was in Denver Tuesday to interview for the Broncos' head coaching job, as expected.