The Denver Broncos' new head coach, John Fox, announced on Monday eight members of his coaching staff. They are Mike McCoy (offensive coordinator), Clancy Barone (tight ends), Brian Callahan (offensive quality control), Dave Magazu (offensive line), Wayne Nunnely (defensive line), Jay Rodgers (defensive quality control), Eric Studesville (running backs) and Tyke Tolbert (wide receivers). Magazu and Tolbert come from Carolina, where Fox had just finished a nine-year stint as the Panthers' head coach.
All the other coaches are holdovers from the previous season, though Barone switched positions. He had been the offensive line coach. Studesville returns to the position he held before he was promoted to interim head coach in December after Josh McDaniels was fired.
Absent in this announcement is a defensive coordinator. All we know for certain is that Wink Martindale will not return. There are reports that the Broncos are negotiating with the just-fired Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator, Sean McDermott. Jim Mora Jr. was rumored as a possibility over the weekend as well.