of Broncos Things are as bleak as any NFL team in recent memory.
Denver mortgaged future to trade quarterback Russell Wilson, only for the veteran quarterback to throw 12 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Now, the Broncos seem destined for a top-five pick with his 4-11 record. seahawks.
The first victim of Denver’s struggle was coach Nathaniel Hackett, who was sacked on December 26 after the Broncos lost 51-14. rams Christmas day.With assistant Jerry Rosberg as interim coach, Denver will close out the season in a potentially dangerous matchup Chiefs When charger.
Against this backdrop, Wilson expressed optimism that an open coaching job for the Broncos would be attractive for future coaching candidates in 2023 and beyond.
“I think it’s a special job,” Wilson told reporters Wednesday. “(It’s) a special place, a special tradition, a special player. I mean, a world-class player.”
With Wilson contractually bound to Denver through 2028, the next Broncos coach will likely be working with the Super Bowl XLVIII winner for years to come, for better or worse.