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David Shaw Reportedly Interviewed For NFL Job On Wednesday

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Former Stanford head coach David Shaw may not stay away from the sideline for long.

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According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Shaw interviewed for the Denver Broncos' head-coach job on Wednesday.

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Shaw worked as an assistant for three NFL teams (Eagles, Raiders, Ravens) from 1997 through 2005 before becoming Stanford's offensive coordinator in 2007. He's reportedly interested in an NFL return.

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When promoted to head coach in 2011, he promptly led the Cardinal to double-digit victories in each of the first three seasons. They went 5-3 in bowl games, including two Rose Bowl wins, during his first eight years.

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However, the program has since gone south. Stanford went 14-28 in the last four seasons with back-to-back 3-9 campaigns in 2021 and 2022. Shaw resigned from his alma mater after ending his 12th season in November.

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Shaw could face considerable competition for Denver's job. Schefter said earlier this month that new ownership plans to be "ultra aggressive" in pursuing its preferred coaching candidates.

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The Broncos previously explored the college landscape when interviewing Shaw's predecessor, Jim Harbaugh, earlier this week. Michigan's head coach is a "top candidate" for the position.