Broncos hire Chiefs’ Brock Olivo to be special teams coach

Jan 23, 2017 962


The Broncos have hired away Brock Olivo to be their special-teams coach, a source told The Star on Thursday. Mike Klis of Denver 9 News reported it first. Olivo has been the Chiefs' assistant special teams coach for the last three years. He replaced Kevin O'Dea, who left Chiefs coach Andy Reid's staff in January 2014 to become the special teams coach in Tampa Bay (and is now serving in the same role with the New Orleans Saints).

Olivo, who grew up in St. Louis and had the third-most rushing yards in Mizzou history with 3,026, played at Missouri from 1994-97. That's where he became acquainted with Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub, who interviewed for head coach positions with the Broncos and San Diego Chargers this offseason.

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