Vic Fangio enters his second season with the Denver Broncos in 2020 after being named the 17th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 10, 2019.
A 41-year coaching veteran with 33 seasons of NFL experience, Fangio has been a defensive coordinator for 20 of the last 25 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).
'That's how you move the ball': HC Vic Fangio, OC Pat Shurmur outline common goal for Broncos' offense
"Contrary to the stereotype that is always out there, [that a] defensive head coach wants to ground and pound and counts a pitch to the halfback as a pass, that is not me," Fangio said Thursday. "I like to be aggressive."
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.