Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph may not make it past his 1st season at the helm in Denver.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Joseph faces increasingly longer odds at being retained and returning for his second season in Denver.

Denver, who enters Sunday with a 5-10 record, still have not made a final decision on Joseph’s future with the organization.

If Denver fires Joseph, the team’s first African-American to be hired for the job, then general manager John Elway will be conducting his fourth head coaching search in his seven seasons on the job.

Should Denver opt to move on from Joseph, the 45-year old coach would become the first non-interim coach in franchise history to last only one season.