Bob Slowik, Jim Bates, and Larry Coyer were defensive coordinators for the Denver Broncos during the last three seasons. Now Mike Nolan, a former 49ers coach who was a member of former Broncos coach Dan Reeves’ defensive staff from 1987 to 1992, will look to create a legacy as the team’s new defensive coordinator. Both Nolan, who flew in yesterday, and new Broncos coach Josh McDaniels may now look at reworking the team’s defensive formation, according to The Denver Post.