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20:40  11 january  2019
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Broncos fire Vance Joseph after 11-21 mark over 2 years

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Vance Desmond Joseph (born September 20, 1972) is an American football coach and former player who was most recently the head coach of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL).

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports ex-Broncos coach Vance Joseph is interviewing for the Cardinals ' defensive coordinator opening. Joseph has also been linked with the Jets and is reportedly still in the mix for the Bengals' head coaching job. With a head coach new to the NFL and who

Report: Cardinals planning to hire Vance Joseph as DC© David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Former Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph is reportedly set to become the next defensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals.

ESPN’s Josina Anderson reported Friday that the Cardinals are planning to hire Joseph but that the two sides are still in discussions on a deal.

Joseph spent the past two seasons at the helm of the Denver organization before being fired recently. He struggled to lead the Broncos, missing the playoffs both seasons while tallying a record of 11-21.

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The Denver Broncos’ head coaching job figured to be one of the most sought-after in the NFL after Gary Kubiak retired following the end of the season. They have a Super Bowl-caliber defense and youth at quarterback with most of their best assets still under contract.

Vance Joseph . We know that Adam Gase is the new Dolphins head coach. And now it appears there’s a defensive coordinator lined up. Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez reports that Cincinnati defensive backs coach Vance Joseph will be hired as the Dolphins defensive coordinator.

However, he was highly thought of as a defensive-minded coach before the Denver job. Joseph had previously been the defensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins in 2016, and before that he was a talented defensive backs coach for the San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals.

The Cardinals need an experienced defensive coordinator after hiring Kliff Kingsbury away from USC. Joseph would certainly seem to fit the bill.

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Report: Cardinals planning to hire Vance Joseph as DC

Cardinals reportedly interviewed Hue Jackson for OC.
The Cardinals added another name to their offensive coordinator search on Friday, interviewing former Browns coach Hue Jackson, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. After being fired from the Browns midseason, Jackson took a job on Marvin Lewis’ staff in Cincinnati, where he had previously served as offensive coordinator. Jackson received an interview for the Bengals’ head coaching gig after they fired Lewis, but the job ended up going to Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor. If Jackson does get the job, it would reunite him with Vance Joseph, who recently signed on to be Arizona’s defensive coordinator.

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