Sport Broncos considering Ben McAdoo for QB coach, report says

20:35  03 january  2018
20:35  03 january  2018 Source:

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McAdoo was fired by the Giants in December after just two seasons.

Report : Todd Haley injured hip in New Year’s Eve altercation outside a bar (83). According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the Broncos are considering former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo along with former Bengals offensive coordinator Ken Zampese for their quarterback coach job.

Ben McAdoo could have a job again soon.

a man wearing goggles: Ben McAdoo © (Getty Images) Ben McAdoo

The Broncos are interested in him as the quarterbacks coach under current coach Vance Joseph, KUSA reported.

McAdoo and Joseph already have a personal relationship, since they were on the same staff together in San Francisco. Another person the Broncos are considering is Ken Zampese, who most recently worked as the Bengals offensive coordinator.

Zampese was fired in September after a disastrous Week 2 performance.

Once again, Zampese and Joseph worked together when Joseph was with the Bengals.

According to the report, interim quarterbacks coach Klint Kubiak will stay with the Broncos, although it's unclear what his new role would be.

McAdoo and Zampese both reportedly were interested in offensive coordinator roles, but Denver plans on keeping Bill Musgrave in that position.

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