Denver Broncos Owner: Head Coach Josh McDaniels Will Return for 2011 Season

Matt WagnerCorrespondent IINovember 30, 2010

DENVER - NOVEMBER 28:  Head coach Josh McDaniels of the Denver Broncos celebrates a touchdown by Knowshon Moreno with wide receiver Brandon Lloyd #84 against the St. Louis Rams at INVESCO Field at Mile High on November 28, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. The Rams defeated the Broncos 36-33. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
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To all Denver Broncos fans, I feel extremely sorry for you.

According to a report by Fanhouse.com, Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels will be retained for the 2011 season.

Despite a relatively tumultuous tenure marred by a 5-16 record in the last 21 games, including a stretch in which the Broncos started with a 6-0 record but finished 8-8 and missed the NFL playoffs, as well as controversies with former wide receiver Brandon Marshall and most recently the "Mini Spygate" scandal, Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen said in regards to McDaniels possibly being retained for the 2011 season, "Yes he will. I am not interested in making a coaching change."

You might recall, that Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf expressed votes of confidence towards former head coach Brad Childress before eventually firing him. The door for McDaniels to be fired is still open but as of now it seems Josh McDaniels will be retained for the 2011 NFL season, a move that I strongly disagree with.

As always, I will keep you all updated on Josh McDaniels' job status as this story develops.