Vance Joseph will return for a second season as coach of the Broncos, general manager John Elway announced Monday morning. "Vance and I had a great talk this morning about our plan to attack this offseason and get better as a team," Elway wrote on Twitter. "We believe in Vance as our head coach. Together, we'll put in the work to improve in all areas and win in 2018." The Broncos lost their regular-season finale on Sunday to the Kansas City Chiefs, 27-24, to cap a 5-11 season, just two years after the franchise won Super Bowl 50 and its third championship. Joseph was hired last year to replace Gary Kubiak, who stepped down for health reasons.