Broncos set to hire Slowik, Brewster

The Denver Broncos are set to hire former Green Bay assistant Bob Slowik as their secondary coach and San Diego's Tim Brewster as the tight ends coach, according to reports in today's news stories.

Broncos reportedly adding Slowik - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
January 28, 2005 - The Green Bay Packers have lost running backs coach Johnny Roland to the New Orleans Saints and former Packers defensive coordinator Bob Slowik is leaving to become defensive backs coach for the Denver Broncos, newspapers said Thursday. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported the move of Roland to the Saints as running backs coach there, and the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported the move of Slowik to the Broncos, both attributing their stories to National Football League sources.

Brewster expected to be hired as TE coach - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Friday, January 28, 2005 - One day after the Broncos essentially secured their new secondary coach, they did the same Thursday with tight end coach Tim Brewster. As with secondary coach Bob Slowik, the former Green Bay defensive coordinator, the Broncos are expected to officially hire Brewster next week, barring unexpected changes. Brewster was in Denver on Thursday before flying to San Diego. Reached at his home Thursday night, Brewster said he had "no comment at this time."

Leroy leery of design - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Friday, January 28, 2005 - Well, other than a pass rusher, another decent corner, a new QB, a new offensive scheme and a defensive coordinator, what area needs to be most addressed by the Broncos? Please tell me they have some kind of a plan.

Romo's alleged steroids use under microscope - Rocky Mountain News
January 28, 2005 - Suspected steroids use by Bill Romanowski has become an issue in a $3.8 million lawsuit brought against the former linebacker for allegedly attacking a teammate and ending his football career. Romanowski, a defensive standout on both Super Bowl championship teams for the Denver Broncos, punched then-Oakland Raiders teammate Marcus Williams during an Aug. 24, 2003, fight on the practice field.

2004 Third Quarter: Your Memories - Daily Camera
Thursday, January 27, 2005 - The third quarter of the season saw the Broncos repeat their pattern of play from the second quarter with two victories over Houston and New Orleans to improve to 7-3, but then fall back to 7-5 after two tough division losses to Oakland and San Diego. Here's some of your recollections of those games.

Slowik leaves Packers for Broncos - Green Bay Press-Gazette - Pete Dougherty
Jan. 27, 2005 - Bob Slowik is leaving the Green Bay Packers to become defensive backs coach for the Denver Broncos, NFL sources said Wednesday, giving coach Mike Sherman and new defensive coordinator Jim Bates another opening on their defensive coaching staff. Slowik, who lost his job as defensive coordinator on Monday, had the option of returning to the Packers as defensive backs coach, a job he held from 2000 to 2003. But he instead decided to go to the Broncos, who tried to hire him as defensive coordinator in 2003. The Packers blocked that earlier move because Slowik also was under contract as assistant head coach.

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