FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2017, file photo, Denver Broncos special teams coordinator Brock Olivo responds to question during a news conference at the team's headquarters in Englewood, Colo.  Denver's rookie special teams coach willingly accepts blame for any and all blunders made by his blocking or coverage units and especially any mistakes made by kicker Brandon McManus, punter Riley Dixon and rookie returner Isaiah McKenzie.  "The way I see it is the product that we put on the field is a reflection of me and a reflection of my work," Olivo said.
FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2017, file photo, Denver Broncos special teams coordinator Brock Olivo responds to question during a news conference at the team's headquarters in Englewood, Colo. Denver's rookie special teams coach willingly accepts blame for any and all blunders made by his blocking or coverage units and especially any mistakes made by kicker Brandon McManus, punter Riley Dixon and rookie returner Isaiah McKenzie. "The way I see it is the product that we put on the field is a reflection of me and a reflection of my work," Olivo said. David Zalubowski, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2017, file photo, Denver Broncos special teams coordinator Brock Olivo responds to question during a news conference at the team's headquarters in Englewood, Colo. Denver's rookie special teams coach willingly accepts blame for any and all blunders made by his blocking or coverage units and especially any mistakes made by kicker Brandon McManus, punter Riley Dixon and rookie returner Isaiah McKenzie. "The way I see it is the product that we put on the field is a reflection of me and a reflection of my work," Olivo said. David Zalubowski, File AP Photo

Broncos special teams coach Olivo always accepts the blame

November 10, 2017 04:37 PM

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