Monday, November 4, 2013

Sources Speculating that Broncos Defensive Coordinator to be Named Head Coach

Broncos Captains Speak with Fox before Team Activities start this morning

Despite no confirmation or named sources within the Broncos organization, the Denver Post, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, and even the AP NFL beat writer all reported that Jack Del Rio of the Broncos, Defensive Coordinator, will be named the Interim head coach while John Fox handles his medical operation and recoups for what is expected to be 4-6 weeks time frame. 

Fox spoke to Broncos Executive VP, John Elway, via the telephone to discuss the adjustment and operation of the Broncos day to day activities, game day objectives, adjustments, and responsibilities added to staff members and obviously who will be the Head Coach for the AFC contending Denver Broncos. 

Patrick Smyth, the Broncos media relations manager, said no coach had been decided on by yesterday afternoon. Arnie Stapleton, football writer of the AP reports.

The Broncos captains are, "... going to have to take the reins," Fox said about regarding his absence and missing presence. Lindsay Jones spoke to him via telephone in a brief interview. Here is the write up on it. Still no specific indication as to who they are expected to name as head coach. Reports keep on writing that it is expected for Del Rio to get the gig, but no specific facts or sources named. We will continue to stay on top of the events and as to who is named for the position as information is released this morning out of Dove Valley.