Bears coach Matt Nagy: ‘Bittersweet to move on’ after losing Vic Fangio

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FM 104.7 to discuss them in person. You know, we've been the No. 1 defense here [in Denver]... we've been at that [level] before. As a defense, the Broncos ranked eighth in the league with 44 sacks.

"Gary is a hell of a coach, he's a guy I've respected, " Fangio said. Bears linebacker Khalil Mack called him "The Evil Genius" in reference to his ability to scheme against opposing offenses, and reinvent his playbook from year to year depending on the composition of his roster.

"It is bittersweet to move on", Nagy said in a statement.

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Heading into Tuesday's Fan War Room, "Stokley and Zach" co-host Brandon Stokley said of the two frontrunners for the Denver Broncos head coaching job that he had been leaning toward Mike Munchak over Vic Fangio. It's the first time in 46 years the Broncos have had back-to-back losing seasons. "I look for greatness on that side".

"I want them to be great on one side of the ball and great at what they do - whatever that position that may be - whether it be a coordinator or whatever they've done", Elway said last week.

Fangio is Elway's fourth coach in six seasons and his third with defensive roots, joining John Fox and Joseph, who replaced Gary Kubiak two years ago. Kubiak led Denver to a Super Bowl title in 2015 as the team's head coach, before retiring due to health issues. I played for him in my rookie year (2016), and I still remember the way he got us ready for games; they way he got us prepared each and every day for practice... "So, when I'm looking at players, I know what a good player looks like because these guys set the bar high".

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