The Broncos are bringing a familiar face back to the Mile High City.
The Denver Broncos officially announced that they will be bringing back Mike McCoy as their offensive coordinator. McCoy previously held the same position for the Broncos between 2009-2012.
McCoy most recently spent four years as the head coach of the rival San Diego Chargers, where he compiled a win-loss record of 27-37. McCoy interviewed on Thursday evening for the position, and the Broncos decided to seal the deal on Friday.
While in Denver, McCoy worked with quarterbacks Kyle Orton, Tim Tebow, and Peyton Manning. He will now be tasked with the continued development of Trevor Siemian and rookie first round pick Paxton Lynch.
In addition, the Broncos added former Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave as the new quarterbacks coach. Musgrave was surprisingly lt go following the Raiders' season-ending loss to the Houston Texans. Musgrave was responsible for the development of, once considered the favorite to win MVP. He coordinated the league's seventh-best scoring offense and sixth-best rushing attack.
New head coach Vance Joseph chose to revamp the Broncos coaching staff upon being hired earlier this week. McCoy and Musgrave will replace former coordinatorand ex-QB coach , respectively.
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