Special teams coach to Cardinals

Frank Bush, the Broncos special teams coach the past five years has decided to join the staff of the Arizona Cardinals as a linebacker coach.Bush was a linebacker in college and the NFL and served as a linebacker coach for the Houston Oilers and Denver before moving into secondary and special-teams roles. Read more in today's reports

Green Names Five More Assistants - Arizona Cardinals.com
January 16, 2004 - New Arizona Head Coach Dennis Green has named five more assistants to his first Cardinals coaching staff-Clancy Pendergast (defensive coordinator), Frank Bush(linebackers), Robert Ford (wide receivers), Deek Pollard (defensive line), and Bob Wylie (offensive line).

Broncos' Bush going to Arizona - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
January 16, 2004 - The Denver Broncos are in the market for a new special-teams coach. Frank Bush, who held that role the past three seasons, has decided to leave the team after nine years as an assistant to become the Arizona Cardinals linebackers coach.

Broncos special-teams coach goes to Cardinals - Denver Post - Associated Press
Saturday, January 17, 2004 - Denver Broncos special-teams coach Frank Bush has accepted a job as linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals. Bush played linebacker in college and the NFL and served as a linebacker coach for the Houston Oilers and Denver before moving into secondary and special-teams roles.

Broncos mailbag - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Friday, January 16, 2004 - Denver Post sports writer Adam Schefter posts his Broncos Mailbag each Friday on DenverPost.com. To drop a question into the Mailbag click here or visit DenverPost.com's Broncos Page. I'm walking through New York's Penn Station on Sunday morning, on the way to my 10:05 train to Philadelphia.

Hall's finalist call skips over Gradishar - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
January 15, 200 - The Denver Broncos soon will see their first player enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but Randy Gradishar won't be part of that class. The standout linebacker wasn't among the 15 finalists announced Wednesday by the selection committee.

Second Quarter Review: Injuries Batter Broncos - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Thursday, January 15, 2004 - The month of October began with a narrow loss at Kansas City and the death of the Broncos' unbeaten start. Afterwards, the focus was on Dante Hall's 93-yard punt return. But another event proved to be the beginning of the Broncos' worst stretch of the season -- shoulder and foot injuries that kept Jake Plummer in the training room following the game. A week later, Plummer missed the Broncos' win over the Steelers due to the shoulder injury. One night later, Plummer aggravated the foot injury at home, knocking him out for three more games.

Conference Championship Games: Ian Gold and Brian Pariani Preview the Match-Ups - DenverBroncos.com
Friday, January 16, 2004 - When taking a look at the playoffs, it's advisable to consult the experts &ndash especially when they're available in-house as they are with the Broncos. Ian Gold was a part of the Broncos postseason appearance in 2000, while tight ends coach Brian Pariani sports three Super Bowl rings from his 14 years in the NFL -- two with the Broncos and one with the 49ers. Together, they'll offer their perspective on this year's NFL Playoffs, with Gold breaking down the slate in the AFC and Pariani analyzing the NFC.

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