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Broncos hiring 49ers assistant Butch Barry to coach O-line

Feb 2, 2022 at 11:24 AM--

According to Mike Klis of Denver-based 9News, new Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett has started assembling his staff and is hiring San Francisco 49ers assistant offensive line coach Butch Barry to serve as Denver's offensive line coach.

Barry worked under offensive line coach Chris Foerster for one season after joining head coach Kyle Shanahan's staff in February of 2021. He spent the previous season, 2020, as a senior analyst with the Green Bay Packers.

Before that, Barry spent the 2019 season with the University of Miami as the school's offensive line coach. He also served as the assistant offensive line coach for four seasons (2015-18) with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Barry's time with the Buccaneers came after working at the collegiate level at Central Michigan University as offensive line coach (2014) and tight ends coach (2010-13), at North Greenville University as offensive coordinator/offensive line coach/recruiting coordinator (2009), at Michigan Technological University as offensive line coach (2006) and offensive coordinator/offensive line coach (2007-08), and at Southwest Minnesota State University as offensive line coach (2004-05). He first entered the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant at Central Michigan from 2002-03.


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