According to The Denver Post, Keith Burns is about to become the newest member of the Broncos’ coaching staff.
The Post reports that Burns, the club’s longtime special-teams captain, will retire and transition from the ground-floor locker room to the second-floor coaches’ wing in an assistant special-teams coaching slot. The team already has a pair of assistant special-teams coaches in Ryan Slowik and Jimmy Spencer, with new special-teams coordinator Scott O’Brien overseeing the unit.
Burns had been an unrestricted free agent the past three and a half weeks.
“I think Keith is going to make a great coach,” Head Coach Mike Shanahan told the Post.
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