According to a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter, Mike McCoy will remain the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator, a position he held the last two seasons.
Not sure if this beats John Elway on Twitter, but the Broncos retained their OC Mike McCoy, who also could have gone to Clev or KC.
McCoy worked with John Fox from 2002-2008 while part of the Carolina Panthers organization. He served a variety of roles, spending most of his seasons there as the quarterbacks coach. He served that role with the Broncos in 2009 before Josh McDaniels brought in his brother, Ben, in 2010.
McCoy worked well with rookie quarterback Tim Tebow over the last three games of the season, and given Tebow's progression over those games, keeping McCoy in the OC role should be beneficial.
The Denver Post's Jeff Legwold reports that former interim coach Eric Studesville is likely to be retained as the team's running backs coach, the position he held prior to taking over for Josh McDaniels. Jim Mora Jr. is a candidate for defensive coordinator.