The guys take a look at Denver's new offensive coordinator, examine what quarterbacks would fit well in the new offense, answer your questions and much more.
When Fangio was introduced as the Broncos head coach, he wanted to make sure one of his areas of expertise didn’t go overlooked.
Sorry flashy, entertaining, exciting, high-flying offenses, it’s all about the fundamentals in Denver.
The Denver Broncos are giving Fangio his first shot to be a head coach with the hopes that he will make Denver's defense elite again. That's precisely what he's done throughout his 40-year career.
Fangio becomes the organization's 17th head coach in franchise history, taking over after Vance Joseph was fired on Dec. 31 following an 11-21 tenure over the last two seasons.
Fangio is widely regarded as one of the best and experienced defensive minds in the game. He is the Broncos’ final interview of the initial group of five candidates.
The 37-year old is one of the hottest young coaching candidates on the market, having multiple interviews lined up during the Patriots first-round bye week.
One day after interviewing an experience, defensive-minded coach in Chuck Pagano, the Broncos talk to nearly the complete opposite type of candidate in Zac Taylor on Thursday in Los Angeles.
The Broncos stayed local with their first interview, talking with Boulder native Chuck Pagano in Denver on Wednesday.
With an initial short list of candidates beginning to seep out, Elway identified exactly what he’s looking for from the next head coach of the Denver Broncos.
Chris Harris Jr. wasn't shy in detailing exactly where the Denver Broncos stand and what needs to change.
On Monday, for the first time since the bombshell report came out, Joseph addressed the uncomfortable situation head on.