After serving as head coach of the New York Giants for the last two years (and being fired), it looks like Pat Shurmur is headed to the Denver Broncos as an offensive coordinator per Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport.
Shurmur was caught with a Giants team that he arguably was held on a short leash with as head coach but I would venture to say this is a quality hire by the Broncos.
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"Rich is a bright coach with a great future ahead of him. I appreciate all of his hard work and thank him for his contributions to the Broncos", Fangio added. According to ESPN, both sides are expected to finalize the deal in the coming days. I'm sure there are opportunities for some guys.
The 2019 period was Scangarello's just period because duty. Lastly, he coached a Vikings offense and made Case Keenum a quality quarterback amongst the mediocrity that surrounded the rest of Keenum's career.
Fangio, as the Bears" defensive coordinator, faced the Vikings twice a season when Shurmur was calling plays in Minnesota in 2016 and "17.More news: Talks underway to rescue Flybe
Shurmur was the Philadelphia Eagles' offensive coordinator in 2013 and '14, when they finished fourth and third, respectively, in the league in points scored. The Broncos also have a promising young rookie in Josh Allen who could use a bit of coaching from a veteran coach like Shurmur.
Shurmur's ability to develop Lock will be key.
The rookie's 4-1 record to close out the Broncos' otherwise disappointing season seemed to solidify his spot as their quarterback for 2020 and possibly beyond.More news: Giant tortoise Diego to return home after captive breeding program
Scangarello came to the Mile High city in 2019 after being the San Francisco quarterbacks coach from 2017-2018.