Broncos offensive coordinator, Mike McCoy, who will reportedly interview for the Bills head coaching job on Saturday in addition to a couple of other NFL head coaching vacancies, is not going to just jump and take any head coaching job he’s offered.
McCoy, who interviewed for the vacant Dolphins head coaching post last offseason, told the Denver Post that he’s going to carefully consider any head coaching offers that are presented to him after a round of interviews this weekend.
“You’ve got to make sure it’s the right one,” McCoy told the Denver Post. “It’s not about just taking any job, that’s not my goal, you’ve got to make sure when you take the next step, or any job you take, that it’s the right one.”
McCoy also said he’s going to make it clear to the teams interviewing him this weekend that his number one priority at the moment is to help the Denver Broncos win football games.
Arizona and Chicago have also scheduled weekend interviews with McCoy in Denver. Philadelphia has also expressed interest.
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