After Jim Mora Jr. arrived in Denver on Monday night, head coach John Fox and the Denver Broncos were scheduled to interview him on Tuesday for the team's vacant defensive coordinator position. That came and went on Tuesday, but no deal was reached. According to Lindsay H. Jones of the Denver Post, there could be issues with reaching a contract agreement because Mora has previously been the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons and the Seattle Seahawks. What that means in terms of money and role remains to be seen.
But should the two sides be unable to reach an agreement, the cycle of coaching could find its way into Denver again. Current Green Bay Packers defensive line coach, Mike Trgovac, could be Fox's next candidate. Trgovac was Fox's defensive coordinator in Carolina from 2003-2008, producing defenses that ranked among the top-half of teams. However, under league rules, the Broncos will be unable to contact him until Pro Bowl week (the Packers play for the NFC championship this coming Sunday).