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The Denver Broncos have hired Alex Gibbs as an offensive line consultant.
Gibbs previously worked for the Broncos from 1995-2003 as assistant head coach and offensive line coach under Mike Shanahan.
âHeâll be a good resource,â said Broncos head coach John Fox, per the Denver Post. âI know from competing against (Gibbs) over the years that he can help us out.â
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