Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and Bills interim coach Anthony Lynn are expected to get consideration for the job. Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, Lions offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter and Stanford head coach David Shaw are other names that might draw interest. Elway said he would consider coaches he’s had an interest in during previous coaching searches, which would include Joseph and Austin. The Broncos attempted to hire Joseph, who was the Bengals defensive backs coach at the time, as their defensive coordinator in 2015 before getting Phillips. But Cincinnati blocked the move. Austin pulled out of a head coaching interview with the Broncos in 2015 when it was clear Kubiak would be hired. Lynn played running back for the Broncos in 1993 and 1997-99. He also began his career in Denver as a special teams assistant from 2000-02. Miami, Seattle and Detroit are scheduled to play this weekend in wild card playoff games. Their assistant coaches will be eligible for possible head coach interviews from Jan.
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