Report: Texans D-line coach Bill Kollar to join Gary Kubiak in Denver

AP

Denver head coach Gary Kubiak is adding a familiar face to his coaching staff.

According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar will be joining the Broncos coaching staff in the same position.

Houston allowed Kollar out of his contract to make the lateral move to Denver.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to work with Gary again,” Kollar said. “I want to thank him for giving me this opportunity to come to Denver.”

Kollar spent five years on Kubiak’s staff with the Texans before Kubiak was fired as head coach following the 2013 season.

7 responses to “Report: Texans D-line coach Bill Kollar to join Gary Kubiak in Denver

  1. That Denver coaching staff is looking mighty familiar….

    But from a Broncos perspective, this is a great hire. Kollar was a great coach for us.

  2. Good hire, he got a lot out of lesser talented players during his time in Buffalo.

    He made Aaron Schobel a good DE, and helped Chris Kelsay get an extension that he simply did not deserve. Lol.

  3. Denver fans…. I hope you were impressed by the 2012 Texans team that beat you in Denver… It looks like you just hired almost the complete coaching staff….

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