Brock Olivo was recently announced as the new special teams coordinator for the Denver Broncos. The gig marks a first-time opportunity to coordinate a unit for Olivo, under new Denver head coach Vance Joseph.
Normally, introductory press conferences for assistants and coordinators go off without much fanfare, especially at the NFL level, but Olivo's appearance at the podium was unique because of his the energy he brought, and an acronym he used worth sharing.
While talking about his special teams philosophy, Olivo shared that their missing is going to be to "K.I.L.L It," - Keep It Likable and Learnable.
"We're not going to sit there and say, 'Hey, you've got X, and you've got O.' We're going to make sure they understand why they're doing what they're doing. Why we do what we do. Look, we're going to be simple. We're going to play fast, we're going to play hard," Olivo shared during his presser.
"We're going to K.I.L.L it okay? This is a great acronym - Keep It Likable and Learnable. We're going to turn our guys loose, and our motto, and it's going to be on the wall of my office, is going to be 'Cut it loose and have fun.'"
This version is a good bit longer; and dare we say a good bit more, um, unique...
Head here to see Olivo's full presser, which has some quality stuff like the toughest question he fielded during the interview process.