John Fox has announced part of his new staff with the Denver Broncos, one that includes a few familiar faces. Most notable was the retention of quarterbacks coach Mike McCoy, who took over as the Broncos' offensive coordinator when Josh McDaniels was fired. McCoy will remain the Broncos' offensive coordinator, and it looks like Fox did a lot to maintain some continuity on that side of the ball.
Eric Studesville, the Broncos' interim head coach, stayed on to coach the running backs, the job he initially signed up for in Denver. I wonder how often a team is able to nab two of their head coaching candidates...
Clancy Barone will move back to coaching the tight ends, the first job he had in Denver before being named the offensive line coach.
Former Carolina Panthers offensive line coach Dave Magazu will take the same job with the Broncos, and he is joined by former Panthers' wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert, who will also take the same job with Denver.
Wayne Nunnely will stay on to coach the defensive linemen for the Broncos, a job he took two years ago.
Brian Callahan was brought on as offensive quality control, and Jay Rodgers was added as defensive quality control.
The Broncos still have a few spots to fill on their coaching staff, but this is a solid start for the new regime.