Mike Klis reports that the Broncos have reached agreements with Mike Sullivan to be their new QBs coach and Curtis Modkins to take over as the team’s RBs coach.
The Broncos reportedly had Ben McAdoo and Ken Zampese on their radar for their QBs coach vacancy, but it looks like Sullivan was the best addition for Denver in the end.
Sullivan, 50, began his NFL coaching career with the Jaguars back in 2002 as a defensive quality control coordinator coach. He worked his way up to offensive assistant in Jacksonville before departing to become the Giants WRs coach in 2004.
Sullivan left the Giants in 2012 and joined the Buccaneers as their offensive coordinator but he returned to New York a few years later as their QBs coach and was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2016.