Clancy Barone

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Clancy Barone
Denver Broncos
Position: Offensive Line Coach
Personal information
Place of birth: San Andreas, California
Career information
College: Sacramento State
Career history
As coach:

Clarence Barone is the offensive line coach for the National Football League's Denver Broncos. Barone was also the offensive line coach for the Broncos in 2010, he served as the Broncos' tight ends coach in 2009, as well as the 2011-2014 seasons. He has also served as offensive line and tight ends coach for the Atlanta Falcons, as well as tight ends coach for the San Diego Chargers.

Prior to coaching the Falcons, Barone had coached offensive lines at seven different colleges for 18 years. Barone coached five Outland Trophy semifinalists and three Rimington Trophy semifinalists. The NFL drafted 27 of the players he coached in college football. As a coach in the National Football League, he has coached in two Super Bowls. As the Offensive Line Coach for the Denver Broncos, his offensive line paved the way to victory in Super Bowl 50 over the Carolina Panthers. He also coached the Broncos tight ends in Super Bowl XLVIII. Barone also coached the NFC Championship Game, three AFC Championship Games, four Pro Bowl Games (once as an offensive line coach and three times as a tight ends coach).

Family[edit]

Barone has three children: Gianna, Stefano, and Isabella who all reside in the Seattle metropolitan area of Washington. Clancy and his wife, Rosie, live in Denver, Colorado.[citation needed] Barone's wife, Rosie, is a nationally recognized and nationally ranked Figure / Fitness competitor. She spends her time between San Diego, Las Vegas and Atlanta as an advocate for fitness for young girls.[citation needed] Rosie was also recently featured on the website athleteswives.com as one of the sexiest wives in the National Football League

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