The Denver Broncos have come to an agreement with Vic Fangio, the Chicago Bears’ defensive coordinator.
The search for a new head coach has come to an end. The Broncos have reportedly landed on Vic Fangio.
Check out this tweet from Adam Schefter:
Denver reached agreement with Bears’ DC Vic Fangio to become the Broncos’ next head coach, sources tell me and @DanGrazianoESPN. It will be a four-year deal plus a team option for a fifth, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 9, 2019
Fangio’s coaching experience spans more than three decades, including stints as defensive coordinator with the San Francisco 49ers (2011-2014, and most recently the Chicago Bears (2015-2019).
Fangio, 60, will receive a four-year contract with a team option for a fifth year.
In addition to the head coaching role, the Broncos also solidified plans for the offensive coordinator position, installing the Broncos’ former head coach Gary Kubiak. Fan-favorite Kubiak resigned from the head coach position after the 2016 season following some health issues but has continued to serve the Broncos in a scouting role.
Welcome to Denver, Mr. Fangio! May this new Broncos era be a winning one!
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