The coaching staff changes continue for the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos have “parted ways” with inside linebackers coach Peter Hansen, according to KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis. Denver also won’t bring back outside linebackers coach Bert Watts, according to The Denver Post‘s Parker Gabriel.
Meanwhile, the Broncos are eyeing New Orleans Saints offensive assistant Declan Doyle as a tight ends coach, according to Josina Anderson of CBS Sports. That presumably means that holdover TEs coach Jake Moreland is out.
Denver is also targeting Saints assistant to the head coach/offensive assistant Kevin Petry, according to Jeff Duncan of The Times-Picayune. It’s unclear what role Petry would hold with the Broncos.
After bringing in ex-Saints Zach Strief as their new offensive line coach, Klis reports that the team is not expected to retain assistant OL coach Ben Steele.
Klis has also named-dropped Dan Dalrymple as a potential candidate to replace former strength and conditioning coach Loren Landow.
We are tracking all of the coaching staff changes on this page.
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