Broncos hire Vic Fangio as new head coach

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The Broncos have reached an agreement with Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio to become the team's next head coach, ESPN reported , citing unidentified sources. "It is bittersweet to move on, but he has more than earned this opportunity and I could not be happier for him".

Denver is done with its head coach search.

In a statement ahead of a noon news conference, general manager John Elway said, "With his intelligence and experience, Vic is as good of a football coach as you can find". Under the leadership of ... Bears coach Matt Nagy's father was Bowles' high school coach, while Bowles played under Arians at Temple and was Arians' defensive coordinator with the Arizona Cardinals from 2013-14.

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Fangio has spent 32 years as an National Football League assistant, including 19 as a defensive coordinator with the Panthers (1995-98), Colts (1999-2001), Texans (2002-05), 49ers (2011-14) and Bears (2015-18). "There are only 32 of these jobs in the world and I know what it means to him to get his chance in Denver".

Pace and Nagy aren't expected to meet the media for the team's typical postseason review until Monday at the earliest.

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