The Denver Broncos have signed a defensive tackle and hired a strength and conditioning coach on Thursday.
The Denver Broncos were active on Thursday adding two new faces to Dove Valley. One an assistant strength and conditioning coach and the other a defensive lineman.
Pierre Ngo has spent the last six seasons on the Chicago Bears strength and conditioning staff. He’ll come to Denver with an increased role. This appears to be a Vic Fangio type connection and he’ll join the staff run by head strength and conditioning coach Loren Landow.
A few hours after this announcement on Thursday afternoon, the team also announced that they had signed defensive tackle Isaiah Mack. Mack, who is entering his third season as an undrafted free agent, has appeared in 21 games with the Tennessee Titans logging 11 tackles, 1.5 sacks, and a fumble recovery.
Earlier in the week, the Broncos hired Christian Parker as their defensive backs coach after Renaldo Hill was poached by the Los Angeles Chargers to be their defensive coordinator there. Parker spent the last two seasons as a defensive quality control coach for the Green Bay Packers.