Jets To Interview Broncos RB Coach Eric Studesville For OC Job

Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville has an interview scheduled with the Jets for their offensive coordinator position, a source tells Mike Klis of 9NEWS (on Twitter). Eric Studesville (vertical)

Studesville served as the Bills’ offensive coordinator from 2004 until 2008. When Buffalo replaced him as OC, he remained on staff as the running backs coach. In 2010, he joined up with the Broncos under the same role and but he spent four games that year as interim head coach after Josh McDaniels was canned. After serving as running backs coach under three different Denver coaches, Studesville would like to move back up in the coaching world.

The Broncos are interviewing Mike McCoy and Bill Musgrave for their OC job today. So far, we haven’t gotten any word of Studesville being considered for the position.

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4 comments on “Jets To Interview Broncos RB Coach Eric Studesville For OC Job

  1. cleonjones

    The Jets are a joke. Denver isn’t even considering him. Todd Bowles Kacy Rogers and this guy. High powered staff.

  2. micbg77

    He was never offensive coordinator for the Bills, he was RB coach the entire time he was with the team.

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