The Broncos have parted ways with coach Vic Fangio, the team announced Sunday.
Fangio and the Broncos concluded their common season Saturday with a 28–24 loss to the Chiefs.
Fangio spent three seasons as Denver’s coach, amassing a 19–30 document in his tenure.
“I’ve large respect for Vic and all he is achieved within the NFL,” normal supervisor George Paton stated in an announcement. “Over the previous yr, I admire his partnership, friendship and the tireless work-ethic he demonstrated as our head coach.
“Our search to seek out the following head coach of the Broncos might be a complete, collaborative course of. We’re approaching it with an open thoughts and stay up for spending time with some excellent candidates.”
Fangio, 63, had beforehand been an assistant for a lot of NFL groups, together with the Bears, 49ers, Ravens and Texans.
This yr, the Broncos began the season 3–0 and stood at 7–6 earlier than quarterback Teddy Bridgewater suffered a concussion vs. the Bengals.
Denver would go on to lose its ultimate 4 video games of the season to complete the yr 7–10.
Final offseason, the crew employed Paton, the longtime Vikings assistant normal supervisor, as their new normal supervisor. Paton, who was given a six-year contract final offseason, inherited Fangio as his coach and can now oversee the hiring of the crew’s subsequent coach, per crew president Joe Ellis.
“George may have full authority to pick out the following head coach of the Broncos,” Ellis stated in an announcement. “That is his determination and his program. I’ve full confidence in George’s potential to guide an exhaustive and profitable head teaching search.”
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