— The Denver Broncos opened their coaching search just moments after a tearful goodbye from Gary Kubiak as the organization formally requested permission to interview Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. Shanahan, whose father, Mike, won back-to-back Super Bowls in 1997 and 1998 during a 14-year tenure as Broncos coach, currently calls plays for the NFL’s highest-scoring offense. The Falcons, who open the postseason Jan. 14 after a bye, have scored 33.8 points per game this season and are the only team in the league to average more than 30 points per game. sc The 37-year-old also fits the profile of what John Elway, Broncos executive vice president of football operations and general manager, has said he is looking for in a Kubiak replacement. http://pokentedidly61b56.journalnewsnet.com/staying-constant-also-applies-to-your-ability-to-keep-up-to-date-with-daily-assignments-and-projects-5Asked to describe a candidate who might fit the job and the expectations that come with it, Elway said: “There’s a lot of young guys out there who look like they have a lot of potential, very bright young guys. Hopefully we can get one of those.” By league rule, because the Falcons earned a playoff bye, the Broncos and other teams could interview Shanahan in Atlanta this week. The Broncos are also expected to look at Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, Buffalo Bills interim coach Anthony Lynn, Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin. her explanationJoseph interviewed for the Broncos’ head-coaching job in 2015, and team officials were so intrigued by his potential that they tried to bring him in as the defensive coordinator after Kubiak was hired.
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Show Caption Sen. Elizabeth Warren seeks to pull pot shops out of banking limbo Under the guidance of fifth-year coach Amy Bahl, Evergreen girls basketball has emerged as a perennial 4A title contender. The Cougars fell just short of the programs first title last season in a 55-40 loss to Valor Christian as the Eagles captured theirsecond straight championship. Despite graduating five seniors, Evergreen returned a number of key pieces this season and got off to a 7-0 start though December. Headlining the Cougars lineup is sophomoreClaudia Dillon (12.7 PPG), juniorBaylee Galan-Browne (10.7 PPG) and seniorKeigan Drysdale (10.0 PPG) as Evergreentravels to Elizabeth on Tuesday night in the first contest back following the holiday break. Denver Post preps editor Kyle Newman caught up with Bahl to discuss the teams undefeated start, the play and leadership of Dillon, keys to improving throughout anarduous JeffcoLeague scheduleand much more. Tags: Post Preps Radio: Mullen travels to Eaglecrest for boys hoops battle January 02, 2017, 6:12 pm Mullen heads east to Aurora to take on No. 6 Eaglecrest in a non-conference boys basketball battle at 7 p.m. on Friday night. Weekly Colorado Preps Primer: Games to watch for Jan. 3-7, 2017 January 02, 2017, 4:48 pm The following is a look at the marquee games to keep an eye on this week in boys and girls basketball.
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