It has now been awhile since I have been able to contribute to our blog site, and the reasons for that are that it has been very, very busy here at the Broncos, and also that I wanted to be able to do this when there was concise information, not just speculation.
There is an old saying that the only constant is change, and that has happened here at the Broncos, with Mike Shanahan no longer the team’s head coach and Josh McDaniels coming to the club from his highly successful stint at the New England Patriots.
He is in a whirlwind working pattern right now, interviewing and hiring his coaching staff, organization his administrative offices, and working simultaneously with our player personnel department talking about players, current and potential.
The off season has become a very busy time for all National Football League teams and this is going to be one of the busiest segments of ours.
Coach McDaniels is a dynamic individual who brings a lot of energy and positive vibration into every room he enters.
People don’t know this yet, but they will.
Broncos fans don’t know just what to expect yet, but they know what they want.
They want to win.
It’s as simple as that.
Josh McDaniels is the son of the winningest coach in the history of Canton McKinley High School and has been going to two-a-day practices literally since he was four years old.
He has been described by New England head coach Bill Belichick as a pure football person.
He knows our fans want to win, and nobody knows our fan base better than team owner Pat Bowlen, who made the hire after being tremendously impressed by McDaniels.
Right now it is an exciting time of putting together a staff, and then the team will continue to move forward into philosophy, personnel and the scheduling of necessary team logistics.
There has never been a better time to keep in touch with the Denver Broncos web site, and I know we all share the excitement of watching how the Broncos will be remodeled for 2009.