“Well, a little bit, I would guess,” Elway said Wednesday. “But I have not talked to Joe about that, exactly what that is. So, ultimately, Joe’s going to be a part of those conversations. With Joe being president, he’s going to be able to set those perimeters for us.”
Studesville went 1-3 after being promoted from running backs coach upon McDaniels’ Dec. 6 ouster. Before Ellis reintroduced Elway on Wednesday, he started out by thanking Studesville for his work “under some adverse circumstances” and praised him for the positivity he brought to the position.
The Broncos are coming off a franchise-worst 4-12 season and own three of the top 50 picks in the April draft with which to begin a massive rebuilding project.
AP Sports Writers Janie McCauley in San Francisco and Steven Wine in Miami contributed to this report.
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