Denver Broncos are looking for another lead trainer

Denver Broncos are looking for another lead trainer

The Denver Broncos are looking for another lead trainer – once more. Since Gary Kubiak resigned toward the finish of the 2016 season, the Broncos have gone through Vance Joseph (2017-18), Vic Fangio (2019-21), and presently Nathaniel Hackett. This season, Denver is only 4-11.

Denver Broncos are looking for another lead trainer

What’s more, after an embarrassing misfortune to the Los Angeles Rams on Christmas Day, the Horses took the intriguing action of terminating a lead trainer before his most memorable season had closed. Proprietor and President Greg Penner went all in on Tuesday. Joined by senior supervisor George Paton, Penner was transparent about his thought process of this disheartening NFL season and what he’s searching for in the following mentor of the Broncos. Penner is prepared for the test of a training search that he will lead.

Denver Broncos are looking for another lead trainer

“As owners, it’s incumbent on us to have high expectations, set a high standard, and ensure there is accountability. We talked about that at the beginning of the season. It was true then, and it is true now. It is also important for us to be realistic about where we are and the work that needs to be done. That starts today with our head coaching search. I will lead a thorough process with input from our other owners and from George, who I have confidence in as our general manager. This will be a crucial offseason for us across our football operations — that’s coaching, personnel, and support staff. We’ve got to get this right,” Penner said.


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