ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP)
Welcome to the Denver Broncos 2013 job fair.Offensive coordinator Mike McCoy has interviews for vacant head-coaching jobs set up all weekend.
If a few things fall a certain way, defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio could be next up on a few teams' lists.
Such is life as an assistant coach of a winning team when there are plenty of losing teams out there looking for a turnaround.
Executives from up to four teams - Cardinals, Bills, Eagles and Bears - could be traveling to Denver to visit with McCoy over the weekend for what will essentially be a get-to-know-you interview for both the coach and the interested suitors.
McCoy has become as coveted an interview as there is since "Black Monday," the day seven NFL teams fired their coaches.
Peyton Manning tied yet another NFL record Thursday, this one held by Tom Brady, when he won his sixth career Offensive Player of the Month award.
Manning joined Kurt Warner (2001) as the only players with 10 TDs, 1,300 yards, a 70 percent completion percentage and five wins in December as the Broncos (13-3) captured the top seed in the AFC playoffs.
He did it while wearing a glove on his throwing hand for the first time in his career, testing it in home games against the Browns and Chiefs in preparation for cold weather in January.
Manning said he's been "OK the past two