Broncos want to interview Eric Bieniemy, Nathaniel Hackett

Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 34-28 in overtime during a NFL football game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood.
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The Broncos were across the field from Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy on Saturday and they’d like to be across the table at an interview with him in the near future.

According to multiple reports, the team has requested an interview with Bieniemy for their head coaching vacancy. Reports also have Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett on the list of requests made by Broncos General Manager George Paton.

Bieniemy has interviewed with multiple teams during the last couple of hiring cycles, but has not landed his first head coaching job. The Broncos are the first team that he’s been linked with this year.

Hackett is set to interview with the Jaguars this week and could add the Broncos to the list because the Packers are on a bye. Bieniemy and other assistants from teams playing Wild Card weekend can’t interview until after their teams have played their first postseason game.

6 responses to “Broncos want to interview Eric Bieniemy, Nathaniel Hackett

  1. Chiefs should offer a 7th round pick for them to take EB, the false narrative is exhausting.

  2. It’s about time Eric gets a HC job but as a Chiefs fan…DON’T go to the Donkeys!

  3. Whoever gets Bieneny is going to get a top notch coach. He’s the reason Mahomes has a ring. He took the play calling away from Reid and saved his bacon by running the ball in the 4th qtr of the sb they won.

  4. If EB doesn’t get a job, he has Nagy to blame.

    The last OC/genius from KC and Reid.

    See where his offenses stacked up? That will be a concern.

  5. jeffouzala says:
    January 10, 2022 at 5:03 pm
    Perhaps Hackett is the bait used to lure Rogers to Denver??

    For sure that’s a consideration. And if they get Hackett and Rodgers, Adams isn’t far behind (unless GB keeps tagging him).

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