DENVER — Black Monday swept across the NFL in the manner it does every year: Hard and fast.
On the dreadful day—known for coaches being canned right after the regular season ends—five head coaches lost their jobs across the league.
While the wreckage barely missed Denver Broncos' head coach Vance Joseph, it did hit six of his assistants: running back/assistant head coach Eric Studesville, wide receiver coach Tyke Tolbert, offensive line coach Jeff Davidson, outside linebacker coach Fred Pagac, assistant defensive backs coach Johnnie Lynn and finally special teams coordinator Brock Olivo.
The moves didn’t come until after the players had called it a season and left the UCHealth Training Center for the last time of the season.
However, BSN Denver caught up with linebacker Brandon Marshall at his first annual ‘A Night of Love and Laughter’ charity event benefitting his foundation, the Williams-Marshall Cares Leadership Program, and got his reaction on the moves that took place with his now-former coaches.