The Denver Broncos have chosen the coach that will lead them for the remaining two games of the season after firing of head coach Nathaniel Hackett following a 4-11 record in his first year. 

Senior assistant coach Jerry Rosburg, the long-time Baltimore Ravens assistant that was brought in to help Hackett with game management, will reportedly be interim head coach, according to ESPN. 

Rosburg’s addition to the Broncos’ coaching staff came a couple of weeks into the new season after it was clear Hackett had trouble using the clock to their advantage.