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Denver Broncos blocking teams from interviewing Gary Kubiak for offensive coordinator openings

Denver Broncos blocking teams from interviewing Gary Kubiak for offensive coordinator openings

Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio signs autographs for fans. Elway recently had dinner with Mike Munchak and Chuck Pagano in the past week as well.

A defensive coordinator in the National Football League for 14 seasons with five different teams, Fangio's defenses have ranked in the top 10 in points allowed seven times, including 2018 when Chicago was No. 1 in both points allowed and takeaways.

Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio of the San Francisco 49ers looks on during pre-game warm ups before their game against the Arizona Cardinals at Candlestick Park on December 30, 2012 in San Francisco, California.

Fangio is the fifth coach the Broncos have interviewed for Vance Joseph's old job.

His experience and familiarity with the scheme could make him a natural successor to Fangio in Chicago, and he deserves a lot of credit for the work he's done with the Bears secondary over the last four seasons.

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At 60, Fangio brings a padded resume of work.

The Broncos have already established that Gary Kubiak will be working in some capacity with the offense.

The search for the new head coach of the Denver Broncos might come to an end soon. If that trio is not capable of leading Denver back to prominence, then who would be? "So if he aspires to be a head coach, I would say that his time is now and he's worked hard to put himself in a position to be sought after". According to reports, he could have continued as head coach, but he declined to fire multiple assistants.

Munchak went 22-26 as the Titans coach from 2011-13.