New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell left little doubt that he was impressed with the Denver Broncos organization on Sunday when he met with them to discuss their head-coaching vacancy.
"First class," Fewell said of the Broncos organization in the interview with the team's website. "Mr. Bowlen, first class. The Denver way of how they did things, you would always ask questions, those guys were so successful. How did they do this? How did they practice on Friday? How did they conduct themselves when they went on trips?"
"Everything seemed like it was geared towards winning," Fewell continued as he was in the car on his way to the interview. "Championships start at the top and it starts with Mr. Bowlen. He knows how to compete, and that makes it more fun for you as a coach. He understands competition and knows what it takes. It just trickles down the food chain. I see that in the Denver Broncos organization. I see that in how they play and how they've prepared and I want to be a part of something like that."
The Broncos released this video of Fewell's trip to Denver. Fewell leaves no doubt in the video that being a head coach is on his agenda.
What remains to be seen is how high on Denver's list Fewell actually is. There are several other candidates for the job, including former Carolina head coach John Fox, who will interview with Denver today.