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DENVER, DEL RIO AGREE ON NEW 2 YEAR AGREEMENT - The Denver Broncos and their defensive coordinator have agreed on a new 2 year contract extension. Denver’s defense finished near the middle of the rankings on nearly every category. These sta…ts, however, are without star pass rusher Von Miller for a bulk of the season. Miller was serving a 6 game suspension in the beginning of the season, and then suffered a season ending ACL tear towards the end of the season. Denver’s defense under Del Rio ranked 22nd in points allowed (24.9) and 19th in yards per game (356.0). Del Rio also served as interim Head Coach while John Fox took a leave for needed heart surgery. The team went 3-1 under Del Rio, which shows the character and high standards he holds his team. “Jack did a nice job with our defense,” said John Elway, the Broncos’ Executive Vice President of Football Operations in an interview with the Denver Post. “We had a lot of injuries on that defensive side and Jack did a good job holding that side together. Even in the Super Bowl, our defense kept us in the game in the first half.” (Photo: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)
DENVER, DEL RIO AGREE ON NEW 2 YEAR AGREEMENT - The Denver Broncos and their defensive coordinator have agreed on a new 2 year contract extension. Denver’s defense finished near the middle of the rankings on nearly every category. These stats, however, are without star pass rusher Von Miller for a bulk of the season. Miller was serving a 6 game suspension in the beginning of the season, and then suffered a season ending ACL tear towards the end of the season.

Denver’s defense under Del Rio ranked 22nd in points allowed (24.9) and 19th in yards per game (356.0). Del Rio also served as interim Head Coach while John Fox took a leave for needed heart surgery. The team went 3-1 under Del Rio, which shows the character and high standards he holds his team.

“Jack did a nice job with our defense,” said John Elway, the Broncos’ Executive Vice President of Football Operations in an interview with the Denver Post. “We had a lot of injuries on that defensive side and Jack did a good job holding that side together. Even in the Super Bowl, our defense kept us in the game in the first half.” (Photo: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)
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