Matt Nagy says it's bittersweet to move on from Vic Fangio

Florence Fletcher
January 11, 2019

On a day in which Vic Fangio was officially named the Broncos' new head coach, the Bears lauded him for the work he has done over the past four seasons as their defensive coordinator and in helping to re-establish their identity. Fangio just interviewed with Broncos General Manager John Elway on Monday.

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And by Thursday afternoon, Fangio's mantra of "death by inches" was already making the rounds in a football-mad region that has seen its team miss the playoffs in each of the past three seasons.

But upon further review, taking into account the potential importance of meshing with Gary Kubiak, who could make his way back to the sidelines this season, Stokley said his money is on Fangio getting the job.

After firing the modest Vance Joseph following a 6-10 campaign, the Broncos are now set to hire defensive firebrand Vic Fangio. After the team conducted extended interviews with five different candidates, Fangio is now the franchise's 17th head coach.

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"Well, right now, Case Keenum is our quarterback", Fangio said. "Von Miller can be one of the rare players in this league, much like Khalil is".

Kubiak is returning to run Denver's offense in 2019.

After some time away from football, Kubiak has been working in the Broncos' personnel department.

"It's always good when you have a guy on your side of the ball and can take matters into their own hands", Parks said. ". If Gary's interested, then I'm interested".

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