In the event the Denver Broncos part ways with mind coach Vance Joseph, he’s expected to emerge as a candidate to get the Cincinnati Bengals‘ defensive coordinator occupation and potentially even their head-coaching occupation when Marvin Lewis decides he’s had enough of coaching, a team source told ESPN.
Joseph previously worked in Cincinnati, and also the Bengals still have an interest in him, so it would be a plausible fit for each side.
Denver isn’t predicted to make almost virtually any in-season coaching changes; the Broncos play against the Raiders in Oakland on Christmas Eve, before returning to Denver to get a brief week to get their regular season finale against the Chargers.
But numerous sources believe the Broncos are prepared to part ways with Joseph, prompting him to consult with Cincinnati about a role in the Bengals’ company.
Joseph’s passing would indicate the following firing to get a minority head coach, farther highlighting a growing issue for the group.
Lewis has also functioned as the Bengals’ p facto defensive coordinator as the firing of Teryl Austin last month.