The parade of wannabe head coaches continues to march through Denver.
The Broncos interviewed Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett yesterday for the head coaching job, but there is no word of how the meeting went.
Rick Dennison, the Broncos offensive coordinator, also met with the team. Leslie Frazier, the Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator, will interview today.
The Broncos have already interviewed Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Raheem Morris, New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo and New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
Garrett currently makes $3 million a season, the highest-paid coordinator in the NFL. He’s paid the same as head coach Wade Phillips. He was aggressively sought out last season after the Cowboys went 13-3 and had a powerful offense, despite losing in the first round of the playoffs. Baltimore and Atlanta both showed strong interest, but ended up hiring head coaches who took both of those teams to the playoffs, and the Ravens are still in the fight.
Garrett told television station KTVT yesterday that he is ready to be an NFL head coach.
“I felt like I was ready to do it last year. I felt it was the best situation for me to stay in Dallas last year and again, I am excited to have the opportunity to speak with the Broncos,” Garrett said.
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