Vance Joseph will be the Denver Broncos’ new head coach

Vance Joseph will be the Denver Broncos’ new head coach, the club announced Wednesday.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Joseph will get a 4-year deal.

Joseph is the second┬áhead coach of the NFL’s 2017 hiring season, and Denver is Joseph’s first head coaching job.

He arrives to Denver from the Miami Dolphins, where he served as defensive coordinator this season. A former Jets and Colts coach, Joseph jumped into coaching as a graduate assistant at Colorado, his alma mater, in 1999 and joined the NFL coaching ranks with the San Francisco 49ers in 2005. He’s since coached defensive backs for the Texans and Bengals.

With Joseph in the fold, Schefter reports the Broncos have already moved on to offensive coordinator interviews. The Broncos reportedly plan to speak with former San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy and former Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave.

As always, stay tuned to The Scoop for the latest.

 

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