The Denver Broncos have been one of the busiest teams in the league during this offseason cycle.
Not only did they hire Sean Payton to be their head coach, but they have also made several other hires to benefit the team.
The Broncos underwhelmed expectations in 2022, and each change they make is a step in the right direction for their 2023 season.
Recently, the Broncos added yet another member to their coaching staff.
The Denver Broncos are expected to hire Florida’s Keary Colbert as wide receivers coach, sources tell @on3sports.
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) February 23, 2023
Keary Colbert will likely be joining the Broncos staff as their wide receivers coach.
Colbert played in the NFL for seven seasons and has 12 years of coaching experience as well, all at the collegiate level.
He has been a wide receivers coach for the past four seasons, both for USC and the University of Florida.
Both of these universities have produced high-caliber receiving talent in the past several years, meaning that, even though he hasn’t worked at the NFL level, Colbert has worked with NFL-caliber talent in the past.
The Broncos’ receiving corps is young, and they could certainly benefit from Colbert’s experience.
Currently, their top three receivers are Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, and KJ Hamler.
While Sutton has five years of NFL experience, Hamler and Jeudy each have just three years of experience playing at the highest level.
The Broncos have experienced many growing pains over the past year, many by the play of Russell Wilson.
If Wilson and his receivers can develop rapport and chemistry, the Broncos should be able to turn in a much more successful season in 2023.NEXT: Broncos Fan Shows Off A New Uniform Design Idea