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Horse Tracks: Broncos add three coaches for training camp

The Denver Broncos have added three coaches via the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship program. Here is a quick glimpse of the newest members of the teams coaching staff.

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Happy Wednesday, Broncos Country!

The team has announced the hiring of three coaches as intern.

Williams College college quarterbacks' coach KiJuan Ware, Seton Hill University defensive coordinator Gerard Wilcher and former NFL wide receiver Jason Phillips, who most recently coaches at Southern Methodist University and the University of Houston, will be the three men joining the coaching ranks during their 2015 training camp activities.

The Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship allows talented minority coaches the ability to get acclimated to what it is like to coach in the National Football League by participating in training camps, minicamps and off-season workout programs. Here is to wishing them the best on their journey to become full-time NFL coaches.

In other news, stay tuned to MHR for a big surprise announcement from Jon Heath that will drop in a little more than 90 minutes. You will not want to miss it!

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