Mike Klis reports that the Broncos have officially hired Mike Shula as their QB coach.
Mike Klis of 9 News reports that the Broncos working out contract details with Mike Shula to become their QBs coach.
According to Klis, the offsets included in Shula’s contract with the Giants still need to be worked out before a deal is finalized.
Ryan O’Halloran reported earlier that Shula was back at the Broncos facility on Friday and “all signs remain he’ll be new QB coach.” O’Halloran notes that while Shula’s connection to OC Pat Shurmur important, Broncos HC Vic Fangio was also impressed with his long history working with QBs.
Shula, 54, began his NFL coaching career back in 1988 as an offensive assistant for the Buccaneers. He later worked for the Dolphins, Bears and Jaguars before being hired as the Panthers QBs coach in 2011.
Carolina promoted Shula to offensive coordinator a few years later and he remained in the position for the five seasons. Shula joined the Giants in 2018.
In 2019, New York ranked No. 23 in yards per game, No. 18 in scoring, No. 18 in passing yards per game and No. 19 in rushing yards per game.