Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, and Chicago Bears are fighting for a fired coach, i.e., Pat Shurmur.
One month back, the New York Giants released Pat Shurmur from his duties. He got released after two years. He made a record of 18-46 between his seasons. He made the record between the two seasons of New York and Cleveland both.
During his NFL career, he was unsuccessful. Shurmur still has a very respectful image during the league. He has a pleasant experience with the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.
One strong candidate for the #Broncos vacant offensive coordinator job is Pat Shurmur, I’m told. He has plenty of interest around the league and would be a big-time hire for Vic Fangio. A rare veteran play-caller available, Shurmur would make sense for all parties.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 12, 2020
According to the many reports, three different teams want Shurmur as their offensive coordinator.
According to SportsNet New York, Ralph Vacchiano reported that the Vikings are thinking to take Shurmur for the position which was left by Kevin Stefanski. Shurmur took this job in 2017, and the team went 13-3 with him handling the offense.
— SNY (@SNYtv) January 12, 2020
According to CBS Sports NFL insider Jason LaCanfora, Chicago has also shown interest in Shurmur. The team is now without an offensive coordinator.
Finally, ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter also reported on Sunday. Now, Denver is also interested in taking Shurmur.
He tweeted that one strong candidate for the Broncos vacant offensive coordinator job is Pat Shurmur.
By seeing all this interest, it is clear that Shurmur will get the place in the NFL.