Mike Klis of 9 News reports that Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville will remain on the team’s coaching staff, despite the changes being made by new HC Vance Joseph.
- Nicki Jhabvala confirms the news and adds that Luke Richesson and his strength and conditioning staff are staying with the Broncos as well.
Studesville generated some interest from the Jets in regards to their offensive coordinator vacancy, but it appears as though a return to Denver was the best move for him.
So far, Joseph has a great job of rebuilding the team’s coaching staff while retaining some notable members like Studesville.
Studesville, 49, began his NFL coaching career with the Bears back in 1997 as their running backs coach. He was the Bills’ offensive coordinator from 2004-2008 and eventually was hired by the Broncos as their running backs coach in 2010.
After Denver fired Josh McDaniels, they promoted Studesville to interim head coach for the final four games of the season.
During this time, Studesville led the Broncos a 1-3 record.