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Former Broncos head coach Fangio emerges as another potential Jaguars head coach candidate

JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Another candidate has emerged as the potential next head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars — former Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio. According to multiple reports on Thursday, Fangio was interviewed for the job on Monday. ESPN reporter Adam Schefter said the Jaguars picked up the NFL veteran coach in a private plane for an interview.
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Top 10 Mercedes grand prix drivers: Hamilton, Fangio, Moss and more

That’s why, in the latest list of our ‘Top 10 drivers’ series, we’ve extended the remit beyond F1 to include all grand prix racing, which kicked off with the 1906 French GP near Le Mans. The importance of events, many of which were standalone or part of the European Championship, varied but the top ones were akin to today’s F1 championship races.
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2022 NFL coaching tracker: Culley, Judge, Flores, Nagy, Zimmer, Fangio out; updates, latest news on firings

The NFL coaching carousel is upon us with the conclusion of the regular season, as plenty of teams will begin to make decisions on the future of their franchise. The Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars began the process of searching for their next coach during the season with the in-season firings of Jon Gruden and Urban Meyer. (Jacksonville has already begun the process of searching for their next head coach.)
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Collins: Fangio lacked what head coaches need most

Better accept two facts if you take a head coaching job in the NFL: Winning is all that matters, and you’re not going to get an eon to prove you can. Given that, it’s no mystery why the Denver Broncos fired Vic Fangio on Monday. The mystery is...
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NFL’s ‘Black Monday’ starts early: Fangio fired

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - The NFL’s “Black Monday” got off to an early start, as the Denver Broncos fired head coach Vic Fangio on Sunday (Jan. 9). Fangio, 63, was the first of several coaching dominoes expected to fall after Sunday’s conclusion of the NFL’s first 18-week regular season. Several coaches and GMs under fire throughout the league often are let go the day after their season ends, in what has come to be known as “Black Monday” across professional football.
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Fangio: It’s “looking like” Lock will start Sunday

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - According to Broncos’ head coach Vic Fangio, Drew Lock is in this Sunday’s game for the second week in a row. Teddy Bridgewater did not practice Wednesday and no word yet on when he will be back after suffering a concussion in Week 15′s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Fangio: No Limitation on Broncos RB Javonte Williams for Week 15 vs. Bengals

There's good news and bad news as it pertains to the Denver Broncos' Week 15 injury report. The good news: rookie running back Javonte Williams returned to practice Friday after sitting out Thursday's session with a minor leg issue. Despite his questionable tag, Williams should play and have no limitation against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High, head coach Vic Fangio affirmed.
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Fangio Says Teddy Is Doing Better

(CBS4) – There’s good news on the injury front for the Denver Broncos as they prepare to take on the Chiefs Sunday night. Vic Fangio said he saw Teddy Bridgewater Monday morning and the team’s quarterback looked fine. Bridgewater left Sunday’s game with the Chargers with a severe shin bruise. He returned to the game in the 2nd half with a noticeable limp. But it appears Teddy is recovering well and should be able to play in Kansas City.
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Protégé Staley meets mentor Fangio in key AFC West game

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Just five years ago, Brandon Staley was finishing up his second season at John Carroll University, a football program that would be unknown if it hadn’t peculiarly produced so many future NFL coaches and executives. Staley was a 33-year-old, second-year defensive coordinator there and as it so...
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Fangio: 'Great Confidence' in Broncos RB Melvin Gordon Despite Fumbles

Melvin Gordon might be losing the football, but apparently not the faith of the Denver Broncos' decision-makers. Just ask Broncos head coach Vic Fangio, who maintains "great confidence" in Gordon despite the veteran running back committing two fumbles over the last three games — 15 across his seven-year career. "Melvin’s...
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As Fangio's seat warms, Broncos history shows interim coach is not the answer

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Firing the head coach and finishing the rest of the season with an interim coach may temporarily pacify an angry mob. Broncos history with such maneuvers, though, shows it won’t transform a losing team into a winner. There has generally been ever-so-slight improvement when an in-season coaching change is made. But the change is going from dreadful to not-quite-as dreadful.
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Broncos' Fangio 'not worried' about coaching status after 4th straight loss

The Denver Broncos lost their fourth consecutive game in disappointing fashion Thursday, failing to beat the injury-riddled Cleveland Browns, who started backup quarterback Case Keenum and third-string running back D'Ernest Johnson in the 17-14 victory. Denver head coach Vic Fangio, who's under heavy pressure amid his team's skid, acknowledged poor...
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