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2011 Coaching Staff Finalized

Posted Jan 27, 2011

Head Coach John Fox finalized his coaching staff for the 2011 season after naming Keith Burns assistant special teams coach and Sam Garnes assistant secondary coach.

Head Coach John Fox has finalized his coaching staff for the 2011 season after naming Keith Burns assistant special teams coach and Sam Garnes assistant secondary coach.

Burns enters his fifth season coaching the Broncos' special teams after a 13-year playing career -- 11 for the Broncos -- in which he became one of the most accomplished special teams players in the league.

Garnes spent last season as Carolina's special teams assistant. He played seven years in the league as a safety for the New York Giants and New York Jets, and has coached with several teams, including in NFL Europa and the UFL.

The entire staff is as follows:

John Fox - Head Coach
Dennis Allen - Defensive Coordinator
Mike McCoy - Offensive Coordinator
Jeff Rodgers - Special Teams Coordinator
Clancy Barone - Tight Ends
Keith Burns - Assistant Special Teams
Brian Callahan - Quality Control-Offense
Sam Garnes - Assistant Secondary
Adam Gase - Quarterbacks
Justin Lovett - Strength and Conditioning Assistant
Dave Magazu - Offensive Line
Ron Milus - Secondary
Wayne Nunnely - Defensive Line
Jay Rodgers - Quality Control-Defense
Greg Saporta - Strength and Conditioning Assistant
Richard Smith - Linebackers
Eric Studesville - Running Backs
Tyke Tolbert - Wide Receivers
Rich Tuten - Strength and Conditioning

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