League sources told ESPN that the Broncos will bring back coach Vic Fangio in 2021, dispelling any speculation about whether Denver will consider changing training after a fourth consecutive losing season.
Broncos interfered (5-9) on Sunday, tied last in West Asia. Their opponent, Los Angeles Chargers, also has speculation about the future of their coach Anthony Lane.
According to the sources, Bronco knows the importance of stability and believes in Fangio. They know how he works, respect his approach, and believe he had a tough hand this season between the Broncos’ injuries early in the season – including star passes. From Miller And the highest wide receiver Cortland Sutton – and other challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including playing a game without any NFL experienced players on the list.
There are also long-term questions about Broncos’ mysterious ownership status, which features a family dispute that does not appear to be on the verge of settling.
Fangio, 62, signed a four-year contract with a choice for a fifth year when the Bronco appointed him in January 2019. Long before he landed his first major coaching job with Denver, Fangio is 12-18 entering Sunday’s game in Los Angeles.
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