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).
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The two-hour meeting, which was held in a socially distant manner with most of the team in the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse and others joining virtually from the team room in the main facility, featured Head Coach Vic Fangio, Director of Sports Medicine Steve "Greek" Antonopulos and a number of the team's top executives.
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"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."