Published: Tue, January 14, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Former NY Giants HC Shurmur headed to Denver as OC

Former NY Giants HC Shurmur headed to Denver as OC

"We must do everything we can to improve - in all areas - if we work early next year. I appreciate all of his hard work and thank him for his contributions to the Broncos", Fangio added.

A few hours after Fangio broke up with Scangarello, league sources ESPN and NFL Media announced that the Broncos are hiring Shurmur as the team's new play caller.

Shurmur picked the Broncos, and a deal is expected to get done, according to multiple unconfirmed reports.

With Lock and Fangio, Elway finally had continuity at the two most important positions - quarterback and head coach - but now the team will be undergoing more change with a new offensive coordinator implementing his system. We will handle this as they come.

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Stefanski is the offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings, who were eliminated from the playoffs on Saturday, after an abysmal offensive showing. However, after meetings and evaluations of the team's performance, Fangio pivoted as he informed Scangarello of the decision to fire him while reeling in Shurmur.

This will be Drew Lock's fifth coordinator in six seasons, but Shurmur's biggest claim to success is how well he has coached quarterbacks into winning football games. The Broncos were outscored 53-9 combined in two losses to the Chiefs.

Anyhow, Lock showed promise in the five games he got an opportunity in, with seven touchdowns, three interceptions and with 1,020 passing yards as he led Denver to a 4-1 record in the games he started.

Shurmur will now follow Rick Dennison (2016), Mike McCoy (2017), Bill Musgrave (2018) and Scangarello (2019) as Denver's offensive coordinators.

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