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, Vic Fangio! Now that the search for the 17th head coach in Denver Broncos’ history has finished, it’s on to the assistant coaches and who will comprise Fangio’s staff. On the latest MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati and I talked about the coaching changes and what we think about the moves at this point.We will keep Broncos Country up to date on the latest news, reports and rumors on who Fangio and Elway are looking to hire. Check back often for all of the updates.Returning Zach Azzanni — Receivers (link)Expected to return Tom McMahon — Special teams coordinator (link) Chris Gould — Assistant special teams coordinator (link) Bill Kollar — Defensive line (link)Reggie Herring — Linebackers (link) Curtis Modkins — Running backs (link)Loren Landow — Strength and conditioning (link) Hired Mike Munchak — Offensive line (link)Brandon Staley — Outside linebackers (link)Ed Donatell — Defensive coordinator (link) Rich Scangarello — Offensive coordinator (link) Wade Harman — Tight ends (link) Renaldo Hill — Defensive backs (link)Chris Kuper — Assistant offensive line (link)T.C. McCartney — Quarterbacks (link)Rob Calabrese — Offensive assistant (link) Nathaniel Willingham — Defensive quality control (link)Not returningSean Kugler — Offensive line (link) Gary Kubiak — Offensive coordinator/some sort of offensive coach (link) (link)Klint Kubiak — Assistant quarterbacks (link)Joe Woods — Defensive coordinator (link)Marcus Robertson — Defensive backs (link)Bill Musgrave — Offensive coordinator (link)Greg Williams — Defensive backs (link)Geep Chryst — Tight ends (link)Chris Strausser — Offensive line (link)Mike Sullivan— Quarterbacks (link) (link)Unclear Chris Beake — Assistant defensive line coach (link)Assistant coach live blogTweets from https://twitter.com/MileHighReport/lists/the-broncos-beat
One of the biggest plays of Monday night’s Chiefs win came when Patrick Mahomes hit tight end Demetrius Harris for a 35-yard gain on third-and-7 on the final play before the two-minute warning.The play set up running back Kareem Hunt‘s go-ahead touchdown a few plays later, but replays suggested it shouldn’t have happened at all. The play clock was at zero when Mahomes took the snap and it appeared that it was there longer than the extra beat it can take for officials to rule a play dead for delay of game.Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall said after the game that referee Craig Wrolstad confessed that they made a mistake.“It definitely was at zero Denver Broncos Hoodie
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, that was huge. That was big.”Cornerback Chris Harris heard the same thing and said “you should be able to fix it” when he was told it was not a reviewable play. Harris added it wasn’t the reason the Broncos lost, but the “huge, huge, no-call” didn’t make their chances of winning any better.