Gregg Williams to interview with Denver Broncos about coaching job
The Denver Broncos have been granted permission to interview New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams for their vacant head-coaching position.
"He is someone I couldn't recommended high enough," Coach Sean Payton said, adding that he spoke with Williams for about 20 minutes this morning about the Denver job. The Broncos were waiting to speak to Williams until after the Saints' playoff run ended. They lost to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday.
Denver is also interviewing John Fox, who was fired by the Carolina Panthers. However, his interview had to be postponed because of a snowstorm in North Carolina. The Broncos have met with their interim coach, Eric Studesville, and with New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.
| January 10, 2011; 1:35 PM ET
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