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Broncos hired Alex Gibbs as offensive consultant.
The team did the same with ex-Colts OC Tom Moore last offseason, and he helped install the Peyton Manning offense with Mike McCoy and Adam Gase. Gibbs will be around longer, working with OL coach Dave Magazu to increase Denver's use of zone-run concepts. Gibbs is considered the Godfather of Zone Blocking, as his old Broncos lines paved the way for Terrell Davis and two Super Bowl wins. New Broncos feature back Montee Ball is an adept one-cut runner. Sun, May 12, 2013 03:46:00 PM
Source: Denver Post

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Broncos named incumbent quarterbacks coach Adam Gase their offensive coordinator.

Gase, a 34-year-old with eight years of experience as an NFL assistant, lands the job ahead of more established names such as Ken Whisenhunt and Tom Moore. It's a smart move by John Fox and the Broncos. Gase learned at the foot of departed OC Mike McCoy and spent "countless" hours with Peyton Manning this season. He'll call the plays in 2013, ensuring continuity within an offense that ranked second in points per game and fourth in yards per game this season.
Source: Denver Post
Thu, Jan 17, 2013 10:19:00 AM

Former Titans consultant Tom Moore said he wants to be an offensive coordinator in 2013.

Moore confirmed that he will not be back in Tennessee. "I'd like to get a job as an offensive coordinator in the National Football League," he said. "I don't know if that is going to transpire or if that is going to happen, but that's what I want to do. I don't want it to be a deep, dark secret." Of course, the obvious connection here is in Denver, where the Broncos just lost OC Mike McCoy to San Diego. Moore, now 74, previously spent 12 seasons in Indianapolis coaching Peyton Manning.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 11:58:00 AM

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.

Gase, 34, is in his second season as quarterbacks coach with Denver and is younger than Peyton Manning. Whisenhunt will likely have plenty of options if he doesn't get a head coach job of his own. Christensen called plays for the Colts in the Wild Card round last weekend while Bruce Arians was in the hospital, and he could be an option to reclaim the OC job in Indy should Arians leave.
Sun, Jan 13, 2013 12:11:00 PM

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.

Teams likely won't wait around for McCoy much longer than this week, so if he's going to get a head-coaching job it would have to come at the expense of a Denver loss. La Canfora also said to look for ex-Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt to be the offensive coordinator for the Broncos should McCoy scoot out of town.
Sat, Jan 12, 2013 03:55:00 PM

CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Eagles will interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy for their head-coaching vacancy this weekend.

La Canfora also confirms McCoy is scheduled to meet with Chicago and Arizona. He's been connected to Jacksonville and Buffalo, as well. It seems unlikely McCoy will escape the hiring season without a new job.
Tue, Jan 1, 2013 11:31:00 PM

ESPN's John Clayton reports that the Jaguars plan to interview Broncos OC Mike McCoy for Jacksonville's head-coaching vacancy.

McCoy brings the Jags' reported head-coaching targets up to five, and they're all current offensive coordinators. Profootballtalk.com also names Cowboys special teams coach Joe DeCamillis and interim coach Mel Tucker as possibilities for Jacksonville. Tucker doesn't appear to be a realistic candidate. The Broncos are preparing for the Wild Card round, but McCoy could be interviewed if Denver loses or if Denver grants him permission after a win.
Mon, Jan 2, 2012 06:58:00 PM

Broncos president Joe Ellis indicated that VP of Player Personnel John Elway's transition has been so smooth that he's already exceeded expectations.

"I think everybody's found out that he knows a lot more than we thought he might know," Ellis said. While Josh McDaniels and Mike Shanahan tended to lord over the manor, Elway has created a "renewed sense of spirit" by working closely with Ellis, GM Brian Xanders, and coach John Fox. Elway's front office has a better foundation for success than the McDaniels regime ever did.
Source: NFL.com
Sun, Mar 27, 2011 01:32:00 PM

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.

Offensive line coach Dave Magazu and receivers coach Tyke Tolbert have also been imported from Fox's staff in Carolina. Magazu has been a zone-blocking guru, so Knowshon Moreno will be transitioning back to the same scheme used early in his rookie season. Considering the history of running backs under Fox and Magazu, it's good news for Moreno's fantasy value.
Mon, Jan 17, 2011 01:42:00 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that the Broncos will retain OC Mike McCoy.

McCoy was linked to the offensive coordinator opening in Cleveland, but ultimately decided to stick in Denver. A quarterbacks coach for seven seasons in Carolina under new Broncos head coach John Fox, McCoy will almost certainly call plays in 2011. His history with Tim Tebow bodes well for the young quarterback's ongoing development.
Sat, Jan 15, 2011 03:05:00 PM

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.

One of those "options" is widely believed to be Cleveland, where McCoy would work for new coach Pat Shurmur. Although an intriguing possibility (McCoy, Shurmur and Browns president Mike Holmgren are all represented by the same agent), it sounds less likely after Shurmur said at his introductory press conference that he is planning on calling plays in 2011. Odds are, if Fox really wants McCoy back in Denver, that's where he will be.
Fri, Jan 14, 2011 06:05:00 PM

According to the Denver Post, the Broncos have narrowed their list of head coaching candidates to Rick Dennison, John Fox, and Dirk Koetter.

The two minority candidates -- Giants DC Perry Fewell and interim Broncos coach Eric Studesville -- are now considered "long shots." Fox has experience in his corner, though Dennison is picking up steam due to his ties to the organization and his friendship with John Elway. Koetter is viewed as "a sleeper who received the greatest number of recommendations from coaches and executives within the industry."
Source: Denver Post
Thu, Jan 13, 2011 03:38:00 PM

Texans OC Rick Dennison is picking up steam as the candidate to beat for the Broncos' head coaching job.

NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora and ESPN's Adam Schefter both consider Dennison the early front-runner. While Dennison doesn't have the head coaching experience the Broncos are seeking, he's tight with John Elway as a former teammate with strong ties to the organization. Dennison, a running game specialist, has never been a play-caller. The Broncos would have to bring in a QB-centric coordinator to work with Tim Tebow if Dennison lands the head job.
Source: NFL.com
Thu, Jan 13, 2011 02:01:00 PM

In addition to Texans OC Rick Dennison, the Broncos are also interviewing Jaguars OC Dirk Koetter for their vacant head coaching job on Tuesday.

John Elway continues to underwhelm in his coaching search. Koetter had plenty of success as a head coach at Boise State and Arizona State, but his Jaguars offenses have ranked in the bottom half of the league each of the past three seasons.
Tue, Jan 11, 2011 02:43:00 PM

Texans OC Rick Dennison was in Denver Tuesday to interview for the Broncos' head coaching job, as expected.

Dennison is the only former Broncos' player on John Elway's list of candidates, playing nine years as a linebacker in Denver before joining Mike Shanahan's coaching staff for 14 years. A zone-blocking guru, Dennison would be a best-case scenario for Knowshon Moreno's value. His scheme was behind Arian Foster's breakout season in 2010.
Source: Denver Post
Tue, Jan 11, 2011 02:03:00 PM

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PosRoleName
QB1Peyton Manning
2Brock Osweiler
RB1Ronnie Hillman
2Juwan Thompson
3C.J. Anderson
4Montee Ball
5Kapri Bibbs
GLB1Ronnie Hillman
2Juwan Thompson
3RB1Ronnie Hillman
2Juwan Thompson
WR11Demaryius Thomas
2Andre Caldwell
3Cody Latimer
WR21Emmanuel Sanders
2Wes Welker
3Isaiah Burse
WR31Wes Welker
TE1Julius Thomas
2Jacob Tamme
3Virgil Green
K1Brandon McManus