Penn State's Bill O'Brien may hold key to NFL coaching moves
The idea of working another year on a great staff and working with Peyton Manning is very appealing to Gase, with 2015 more of the expected time frame for him to pursue head coaching jobs, sources said. Plus, it would take a pretty strong commitment from a team to lure him from what is an outstanding situation in Denver.
Unless he has some sort of guarantee that he'll someday succeed John Fox (extremely unlikely), we have to accept that Adam Gase is going to get a head gig sooner than later. But another year or two working with Peyton Manning cannot possibly harm his job prospects, so it would be surprising to see Gase leave this soon.