Broncos’ Rick Dennison to Interview with Houston Texans

January 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Denver's offensive line coach Rick Dennison is set to interview for the Texans' offensive coordinator position Monday. If hired, he would be replacing Kyle Shanahan, who left for Washington earlier this week to work under his father, Mike Shanahan.
Dennison has served with the Broncos in an offensive capacity since 1995.
The interview between Dennison and head coach Gary Kubiak won't be much of an interview as it will be an orientation. They are very good friends, a by-product of their history in Denver. 
There are other candidates for the job, including Atlanta Falcons quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave and former Kansas City offensive coordinator Chan Gailey, but the relationship between Kubiak and Dennison make it difficult to believe that any other combination is possible.
If history is any indication of the way these events will unfold, the move makes sense. Both the Texans' General Manager and head coach have been acquired out of Denver, so it seems fitting the...

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