Vic Fangio enters his first season with the Denver Broncos in 2019 after being named the 17th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 10, 2019.
A 40-year coaching veteran with 32 seasons of NFL experience, Fangio has been a defensive coordinator for 20 of the last 24 seasons at the NFL or college level. He most recently served as the Bears’ defensive coordinator for the last four years (2015-18) after leading the defenses for San Francisco (2011-14), Stanford University (2010), Houston (2002-05), Indianapolis (1999-2001) and Carolina (1995-98).
Bears HC Nagy on Fangio’s skill as a defensive coach: 'Vic has a beautiful mind’
After a year with Vic Fangio as his defensive coordinator in Chicago, Bears head coach Matt Nagy says Fangio’s talent and knowledge as a defensive coach that parallels Chiefs head coach Andy Reid’s offensive acumen.
‘I expect big things from Denver’: Why ESPN’s Booger McFarland, Lisa Salters think the Broncos can exceed expectations
After taking in a Broncos training camp practice from the sideline and calling the team’s preseason game against the 49ers, “Monday Night Football” broadcasters Booger McFarland and Lisa Salters think the future will be bright for the Broncos.
'That's what wins games': Peyton Manning expects new HC Vic Fangio to succeed in Denver
Manning also spoke about Pat Bowlen and Champ Bailey's enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, what he misses about the NFL, what he knows about Joe Flacco and Drew Lock and whether he'll work in the NFL at some point.