After parting with several coaches earlier in the day, the Broncos relieved quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp of his duties Friday afternoon.
The Broncos started yesterday by introducing their new head coach, Vance Joseph. They ended the day without an offensive, defensive, or special teams coordinator.
Wade Phillips' defensive prowess may be headed to Los Angeles, but a piece of his heart will forever remain in Broncos Country.
Elway has a blueprint for success, and he plans on following it. While high-octane offenses may be exciting, it is tenacious defenses that bring home rings.
Several of the top players on the Broncos defense were quick to say their goodbyes to the coach who helped lead them to a Super Bowl 50 victory.
Not even 12 hours after the Denver Broncos formally introduced Vance Joseph as their 16th head coach, the coaching staff is already seeing significant turnover.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Thursday night that Wade Phillips will accept a defensive coordinator position with the Los Angeles Rams.
Though he thoroughly enjoyed the most recent stop in his NFL career, the 31-year-old Forsett has begun to consider hanging up his cleats.
It's been a whirlwind few days for newly-minted Broncos coach Vance Joseph. Still, he was able to find time to stop by Mile High Sports Radio on Thursday.
If either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch wants to be the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos next season, they're going to have to earn it.