Assistant coach Ron Milus to Arizona

Broncos assistant Ron Milus has left the Broncos to become defensive backs coach for the Arizona Cardinals. Read about his move plus the latest on running back Terrell Davis in today's story links. Also, Larry Coyer meets the press for the first time since being named Broncos' defensive coordinator.

Milus to Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Cardinals
Jan. 21, 2003 - Ron Milus, a three-year member of the defensive staff with the Denver Broncos (defensive backs, 2000–01, nickel backs, 2002), has been named the Cardinals' defensive backs coach by Arizona Head Coach Dave McGinnis.

RB Davis isn't retiring type yet - Denver Post - Richard J. Marcus
Wednesday, January 22, 2003 - SAN DIEGO - Denver Broncos fans may not have seen the last of Terrell Davis. Davis, MVP of Super Bowl XXXII, attended an honorary gathering at Lincoln High School, his alma mater and talked about his future. He didn't rule out a comeback attempt.

Both coaches linked to Rhodes - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Wednesday, January 22, 2003 - SAN DIEGO - Now that he has resigned as the Denver Broncos' defensive coordinator, Ray Rhodes will have plenty of time to watch the two Super Bowl coaches whose careers he helped launch.

Five years later, Davis misses the cheers - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
January 22, 2003 - SAN DIEGO - It's Super Bowl week in Terrell Davis' hometown and he has returned a changed man. It was only five years ago that the Denver Broncos running back was busy running through the teeth of the Green Bay Packers defense on his way to most valuable player honors, migraines and all. He gained 157 yards on 30 carries and scored three touchdowns on Jan. 25, 1998, leading the franchise to its first-ever world championship.

Coyer rolls up both sleeves - Rocky Mountain News - Pat Rooney
January 22, 2003 - It's not easy to make a lasting impression on Larry Coyer. Coyer has been an assistant coach at the college and professional levels for 33 years, and probably has forgotten more game plans and personnel moves than most young coaches could ever hope to absorb.

Krieger: Coyer will lift veil of secrecy - Rocky Mountain News - Dave Krieger
January 22, 2003 - Glasnost comes to the Denver Broncos. Start the presses. By the time I had a chance to ask Larry Coyer if he would talk to us more than once a year, he had already said more than Ray Rhodes said in his entire Broncos career.

Coyer outlines plans for Bronco 'D' - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
January 22, 2003 - Frankly my dear Broncos fans, I do give a damn. Say hello to Denver's new defensive coordinator, Larry Coyer, who opened his post-promotion press conference by comparing himself to a modest librarian daring enough to write the great American novel.

Watson upbeat about receivers he'll coach - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
January 22, 2003 - According to the Denver Broncos' new wide receivers coach, those who think Ed McCaffrey and Rod Smith are washed up need to play close attention to Sunday's Super Bowl. Specifically when Oakland's old receivers try to outsmart Tampa Bay's top-ranked defense.

Coyer's Philosophy: Intelligent Aggressiveness - - Andrew Mason
Jan. 21, 2003 - After Ray Rhodes resigned as Broncos defensive coordinator on Jan. 11, many observers couldn't help but repeat the words of Scarlett O'Hara, asking, "Whatever should they do? Wherever shall they go?"

Watson: True (Orange and) Blue - - Andrew Mason
Jan. 21, 2003 - Steve Watson couldn't escape the questions after returning to the Broncos in 2000 wearing a coach's polo shirt rather than a jersey. Leaving the game for 13 years and then coming back to the NFL to be an intern -- and then going full-time as a defensive assistant, the traditional entry-level position on a coaching staff -- engendered a simple question.

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