Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips will return to Denver to face the team he won a Super Bowl with in 2015
8 monthes ago - By Los Angeles Times
While overseeing one of the best defenses in NFL history, Wade Phillips won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos during the 2015 season. So the Rams' defensive coordinator has a soft spot for Broncos players such as linebacker Von Miller and cornerback Chris Harris Jr. On Sunday, Phillips returns...
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Broncos excited for the return of lovable Wade Phillips
8 monthes ago - By Fox Sports
Wade Phillips returns to Denver this weekend and several Broncos can't wait to hug it out with their former defensive coordinator.
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