New Broncos head coach John Fox announced the members of his coaching staff on Monday, including a few familiar names to Denver fans.
The staff includes: Offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, tight ends coach Clancy Barone, running backs coach Eric Studesville, wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert, offensive line coach Dave Magazu, defensive line coach Wayne Nunnely, offensive quality control Brian Callahan and defensive quality control Jay Rodgers.
McCoy, Studesville, Barone, Nunnely, Callahan and Rodgers were all part of the Broncos staff last season under Josh McDaniels. Studesville was the head coach for the team's final four games after McDaniels was fired, leading the team to a 1-3 record.
Denver is still in search of a defensive coordinator, with Sean McDermott, who held that job with the Eagles last season before being fired last week, considered a possibility.
The way we see it
The Broncos were a solid offensive team last season under the coaching of McCoy, ranking 13th in the NFL in yards per game, and Fox likely saw no reason to change that. It is also a kind gesture to keep Studesville, who did an admirable job as interim coach at the end of the season.