Jack Del Rio
Jack Del Rio picked the same offensive coordinator to start his tenure in Oakland as he did more than a decade ago in Jacksonville.
The Oakland Raiders hired Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio as their new head coach on Wednesday in hopes that the Bay Area native who grew up cheering for the Raiders can return the team to its glory days.
Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio will be the first candidate to have a second interview with the Oakland Raiders for their head coaching job as the two-week search could be nearing a conclusion.
It says something about a team when multiple coordinators are being coveted by opposing franchises for multiple years in a row. The Denver Broncos have lost a few along the way, and both Adam Gase and Jack Del Rio are currently hot commodities.
The Oakland Raiders interviewed Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for their head coaching vacancy on Saturday.
Throughout the John Elway – Peyton Manning Era, a focus on offense was apparent. But things have changed this season, and possibly for the better, as the Broncos are more well-suited to face the playoffs this time around.
The NFL has a lot going on as the season prepares to get ready for the final quarter of the year. Playoff races will be heating up and teams are going to start battling it out for a spot, but there is a lot happening off of the field as well.
The Broncos confirmed Sunday that Del Rio interviewed for the head coaching job at Southern California during Denver’s bye week.
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos sent a big “get well soon” message to coach John Fox.
This time, that next man up is defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, who’s in charge of the Denver Broncos while their head coach recovers from heart surgery.
Midway through the 3rd quarter when Arizona State was leading Oregon, and the Ducks were down to a backup QB and LMJ was hurt, it was looking like the Sun Devils were not only going to take the South division by a landslide, but we’re serious contenders for the Rose Bowl…