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Source: Jack Del Rio won’t leave Broncos during 2013 season

By: Joan Niesen, The Denver Post
September 29, 2013 Updated: September 29, 2013 at 12:06 pm
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photo - Jack Del Rio played at Southern California before being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings. (AP file)
Jack Del Rio played at Southern California before being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings. (AP file) 

Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio will not leave the team during the 2013 season, a team source told the Denver Post on Sunday morning.

Del Rio’s name has come up as a possible target for USC in its search for a new head football coach; the team fired Lane Kiffin after its Saturday loss to Arizona State.

Del Rio’s contract with Denver is up in February, and whether he stays with the Broncos or pursues a job elsewhere remains to be seen.

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