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  • #16
    Another good move, now lets make it complete and bring in Ed Donatell .

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    • #17
      Originally posted by colowoz View Post
      Another good move, now lets make it complete and bring in Ed Donatell .
      The organization said yesterday that they had expected a decision from him today! Hope it’s nothing personal that is causing him to procrastinate but he’d be with Fangio which should translate to much success as they were in Chicago.

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      • #18
        I just now realized this but somebody needs to tell Brandon Stokely that there is a new BS in town and he needs to step aside!

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        • #19
          Tight End Coach

          Per Denver Broncos web page we just hire Wade Harman as our new Tight Ends coach. Does anyone know anything about him?

          https://www.denverbroncos.com/news/broncos-name-wade-harman-as-tight-ends-coach
          Last edited by kona bronco; 01-17-2019, 02:25 PM. Reason: Adding link

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          • #20
            He coached for quite some time with the Ravens, and had 3 years there with Fangio. And then he spent quite a few years in Atlanta, which overlapped with the new OC's time there.

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            • #21
              He's probably excited to take the job, until he gets here and learns we have literally no tight ends

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              • #22
                Interesting. Now let's hope Elway can go and find him a tight-end to coach up who isn't made of glass. T.J Hockenson in round 2, please and thank you.

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                • #23
                  Harman, 55, has been in the NFL since 1997 and was most recently the Atlanta Falcons’ tight ends coach. In 2015, he was on the same staff as new Broncos offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.

                  Harman spent two years with Minnesota (coaching assistant) and 15 years with Baltimore (tight ends coach) before joining the Falcons as offensive line coach for one year and then tight ends coach for four years.

                  From 2000-2001, Harman's main role was coaching tight end Shannon Sharpe. Sharpe left the Ravens organization following the 2001 season, and Harman was called upon to prepare tight end Todd Heap to take over the starting tight end position. Heap was the leading receiver on the Ravens that year, with 836 yards. Heap was selected for the 2002 and 2003 Pro Bowl teams.

                  Harman was a coach on two Super Bowl winning teams while on the Ravens’ staff

                  For the Falcons in 2018, tight end Austin Hooper was second on the team with 71 catches
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
                    Harman, 55, has been in the NFL since 1997 and was most recently the Atlanta Falcons’ tight ends coach. In 2015, he was on the same staff as new Broncos offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.

                    Harman spent two years with Minnesota (coaching assistant) and 15 years with Baltimore (tight ends coach) before joining the Falcons as offensive line coach for one year and then tight ends coach for four years.

                    From 2000-2001, Harman's main role was coaching tight end Shannon Sharpe. Sharpe left the Ravens organization following the 2001 season, and Harman was called upon to prepare tight end Todd Heap to take over the starting tight end position. Heap was the leading receiver on the Ravens that year, with 836 yards. Heap was selected for the 2002 and 2003 Pro Bowl teams.

                    Harman was a coach on two Super Bowl winning teams while on the Ravens’ staff

                    For the Falcons in 2018, tight end Austin Hooper was second on the team with 71 catches
                    Haha Haha I read the article I just dont know if hes any .good

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by kona bronco View Post
                      Haha Haha I read the article I just dont know if hes any .good

                      It’s cut and paste from several places. Just trying to get the highlights out
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                      • #26
                        Looks like he's pretty good. If Fangio is high on him, then that's a big endorsement.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
                          Harman, 55, has been in the NFL since 1997 and was most recently the Atlanta Falcons’ tight ends coach. In 2015, he was on the same staff as new Broncos offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.

                          Harman spent two years with Minnesota (coaching assistant) and 15 years with Baltimore (tight ends coach) before joining the Falcons as offensive line coach for one year and then tight ends coach for four years.

                          From 2000-2001, Harman's main role was coaching tight end Shannon Sharpe. Sharpe left the Ravens organization following the 2001 season, and Harman was called upon to prepare tight end Todd Heap to take over the starting tight end position. Heap was the leading receiver on the Ravens that year, with 836 yards. Heap was selected for the 2002 and 2003 Pro Bowl teams.

                          Harman was a coach on two Super Bowl winning teams while on the Ravens’ staff

                          For the Falcons in 2018, tight end Austin Hooper was second on the team with 71 catches
                          Do you feel adulterated copying and pasting from Wikipedia? Asking for a friend...
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                          Thank you to my grandfather jetrazor for being a veteran of the armed forces!

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                          • #28
                            DB Coach position filled

                            The Denver Broncos continue filling out their coaching staff. They have hired former safety Renaldo Hill to coach their defensive backs.

                            https://www.google.com/amp/s/predomi...cks-coach/amp/

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by kona bronco View Post
                              The Denver Broncos continue filling out their coaching staff. They have hired former safety Renaldo Hill to coach their defensive backs.

                              https://www.google.com/amp/s/predomi...cks-coach/amp/
                              Quite the drop off from Joe Woods but what they hey he played along side Champ and Dawkins!

                              Originally posted by fansided
                              The Denver Broncos continue filling out their coaching staff. They have hired former safety Renaldo Hill to coach their defensive backs.

                              Renaldo Hill is returning to the Denver Broncos. The team has announced that Hill has been hired to be the team’s defensive backs coach.

                              This is Hill’s fifth destination as a coach. He spent the 2019 season as the assistant defensive backs coach for the Miami Dolphins.

                              Prior to that, he was the defensive backs coach for Pittsburgh’s college program. He served as Wyoming’s cornerback’s coach in 2013 and Wyoming graduate assistant in 2012

                              Hill spent time with the Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders, and Miami Dolphins before capping off his playing career with the Denver Broncos, where he spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons.

                              A seventh round pick of the Cardinals in 2001, Hill finished his career with 596 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 60 passes defended and 19 interceptions. As a member of the Broncos, he recorded four interceptions, ten passes defended, two forced fumbles, two sacks and 122 tackles.

                              He played alongside guys like Champ Bailey and Brian Dawkins.

                              Hill will be tasked with coaching up guys such as Chris Harris Jr, Bradley Roby, Tramaine Brock, Will Parks, Justin Simmons, and others.

                              Hill was hired after last year’s defensive backs coach, Marcus Robertson, like other coaches on the team, was granted permission to seek a job with another team. Robertson went to the Arizona Cardinals.

                              With the addition of Hill, the Broncos are continuing to turn over a new leaf. After missing the playoffs this previous three seasons, the majority of their coaching staff has been replaced.

                              It will be interesting to see what type of impact Hill can make on a Denver secondary that had struggled throughout the 2018 season.

                              Can they get back on track and perform the way we know they can? A lot of work will need to be done before we can say for sure that this was the right move for the Broncos’ defensive backfield.
                              Last edited by Sam_Z; 01-17-2019, 10:15 PM.

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                              • #30
                                Chris Kuper assistant line coach?

                                Broncos general manager*John Elwayhas been honest, forward-thinking, and aggressive in assembling an (on-paper) elite coaching staff.

                                This, exemplified by his next potential hire: former Broncos guard Chris Kuper, who will interview for an assistant offensive line coaching job,*according to 9News' Mike Klis.

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