With Joseph, the Broncos have turned back the clock a bit — back to before Elway returned to the team as an executive, back to when they believed a coach making the jump from coordinator to first-time head coach was the right fit to replace Mike Shanahan.
New band rolls into town as Joseph assembles new Broncos staff (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
But the Broncos have essentially started anew — with new leaders and a new identity that, they hope, will lead them back to the Super Bowl.
Broncos hire Davidson to lead O-line’s revival (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
The man charged with fixing the Denver Broncos’ biggest bugaboo is new offensive line coach Jeff Davidson.
Sanders knows how to beat the Patriots (Conor Orr, NFL.com)
More adventurous minds could try and draw a parallel between Sanders’ Denver team and this year’s Houston Texans.
Broncos hire Davidson, keep Studesville for RBs (Troy Renck, KMGH)
The Broncos continued their offensive overhaul in vision and scheme, hiring Jeff Davidson as the offensive line coach.
Broncos strike gold with dynamic offensive duo (Dennis Best, BSN Denver)
Elway welcomed in former Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph earlier this week and once that deal was finished, the two went right to work.
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Broncos name Davidson offensive line coach (Andrew Mason)
Jeff Davidson used to protect John Elway’s blind side and pave the way for Broncos running backs. Nearly a quarter-century later, he will return to share what he’s learned with a new generation of linemen.
Sacco Sez: Ralston, Red and the birth of the Orange Crush (Jim Saccomano)
The next two head-coaching hires firmly established the winning tradition that continues to this day and ranks among the best in pro football.
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