Broncos’ new strength coach has 16 years of experience in the NFL

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The Denver Broncos have a new head strength and conditioning coach to go along with their new offensive, defensive, and special teams coordinators.

Coach Sean Payton of the Broncos has hired Dan Dalrymple to be in charge of the team's strength and conditioning beginning in 2023.

Dalrymple is a familiar face to Payton from his time with the New Orleans Saints, where he served as the team's strength coach from 2006 until Payton's departure in 2021.

The Broncos fired former strength coach Loren Landow last month, clearing the path for a reunion between Dalrymple and Payton in Denver.

From 2018 through 2022, Landow worked in Denver.

Dalrymple spent 16 seasons as an NFL strength and conditioning coach over his 35-year career.

Before that, from 1987 until 2005, he was Miami University (Ohiodirector )'s of athletic conditioning.

Under Dalrymple's leadership, the Broncos are bringing back Korey Jones to serve as an assistant strength and conditioning coach.

Jones has been in Colorado with Landow for the past three years.

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