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Chris Strausser named Offensive Line-Tackles Coach


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos announced on Wednesday that Chris Strausser has been named Offensive Line-Tackles Coach.

Strausser joined the Broncos' coaching staff in 2017 after coaching 28 years at the collegiate level, including 19 years coaching offensive linemen.

With a focus on the offensive line's tackles, Strausser will be tasked with providing guidance to 2017 first-round pick Garett Bolles in his second year and the rest of the team's tackles.

Strausser and Kugler have a common bond as former Boise State offensive line coaches.

*More 2018 Broncos' coaching-staff additions:

Quarterbacks Coach Mike Sullivan » Read more

Running Backs Coach Curtis Modkins » Read more Offensive Line-Guards/Centers Coach Sean Kugler » Read more

Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon » Read more Defensive Backs Coach Greg Williams » Read more

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