Former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore would love to be an coordinator again, and it so happens that the Denver Broncos are in need of one after the departure of Mike McCoy, and we're sure Peyton Manning would love to be reunited with Moore.
He was OC in Indy from 1998-2008, where he and Manning won a Super Bowl together in 2006. Moore just left his Tennessee Titans position of offensive consultant on Tuesday.
"They have their coaching staff set there at Tennessee, and I don't want anybody's job. I want a job that is open," Moore told The Tennessean. "I truly enjoyed myself while I was there in Tennessee. It is a great organization. It was a privilege to work for them the short time I was there.
"But Mike has a coaching staff, and a good coaching staff. So it is time for me to find something else."
For now, any Broncos talk is just speculation, but many are seeing it as a no-brainer. Moore, 74, says no teams have contacted him yet.