Bill Romanowski makes pitch to become next Broncos head coach

Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski is openly campaigning to become the next head coach of the Denver Broncos.

He said he sent Broncos owner Pat Bowlen a lengthy PowerPoint presentation touting his credentials and outlining the fresh ideas he would bring to the job that Mike Shanahan held for 14 seasons before his stunning dismissal last week.

“I can’t stop thinking about this,” said Romanowski, who played for San Francisco, Philadelphia, Denver and Oakland during a standout 16-year career in the NFL that was marred by a bad temper and his admitted use of THG, the designer steroid at the center of the BALCO scandal.

“This may be a complete fantasy and that’s all right … At the end of the day, nothing may happen from it.”

Romanowski has no official NFL coaching experience, just a knowledge from the players’ perspective.
“For Pat to do something like this, it would take him being a visionary, thinking outside the box,” said Romanowski, whose coaching experience includes helping with his son’s football team. “Him hiring me, it’s a long shot. I understand that. I know that.”

This makes zero sense. Never mind the fact that the guy openly talked about getting away with taking banned substances (he damn near bragged about it at the end of his career), but he also has zero experience as a coach – none, not even as a linebacker coach at some Podunk college.

If he’s serious about coaching, then maybe the Broncos should give him a small role at first and go from there.

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