Wednesday, January 21, 2004 - In the category of "Best coach in the NFL named Gibbs," our nominees are: the Washington Redskins' Joe Gibbs, recently lured out of retirement and away from the NASCAR track to be head coach again ... and Coy Gibbs, Joe's son and a new "quality control assistant" (read: gofer) for the Redskins ... and David Gibbs, secondary coach of the Broncos ... and his father, Alex Gibbs, who has just been hired as assistant head coach-offensive line coach of the Falcons. And the winner is ... not Denver.
Alex Gibbs Moves on to Atlanta - Denver Broncos.com - Andrew Mason
Tuesday, January 20, 2004 - For Alex Gibbs, a chance to return to a place he knows well was too much to resist. The Broncos' longtime assistant coach will be back in Georgia this season, as he left the Broncos to serve as assistant head coach/offensive line coach with the Atlanta Falcons. He last coached in the state during the 1982 and 1983 seasons, when he coached the offensive line at the University of Georgia.
Conference Championship Review: Larry Coyer and Brian Pariani Analyze the Games - DenverBroncos.com
Tuesday, January 20, 2004 - When taking a look at the playoffs, it's advisable to consult the experts - especially when they're available in-house as they are with the Broncos. Defensive coordinator Larry Coyer has 38 years of coaching experience, both at the collegiate and professional level. Tight ends coach Brian Pariani, meanwhile, has been an NFL assistant for 14 seasons and owns three Super Bowl rings. Together, they'll break down the 2003 NFL Playoffs.
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