The Denver Broncos are deciding between Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak for their head coaching job, sources confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday.
The Broncos have blocked different groups from making an attempt to rent away former head coach Gary Kubiak, now with Denver as a personnel adviser, as an offensive coordinator.
He won’t be Denver’s subsequent head coach, however the former Tremendous Bowl-coach’s presence hangs over no matter resolution the Broncos make.
Because the Broncos’ chief soccer government, Elway shouldn’t be innocent for the problems plaguing the crew over the previous few seasons.
A choice is predicted in subsequent 24 or so hours.
9News in Denver was first to report that the Broncos had narrowed the sector to these two candidates.
Munchak, who was indicuted into the Professional Soccer Corridor of Fame in 2001, has earlier head coaching expertise. He was 22-26 in his three seasons with the Tennessee Titans from 2011 to 2013, together with a 9-7 end in 2011.
Fangio, 60, interviewed for the Bears head coaching job final offseason earlier than agreeing to return as Chicago’s defensive coordinator on a brand new three-year deal to work alongside first-year head coach Matt Nagy. He has coached a complete of 32 years within the NFL, with further stops in Baltimore, Houston, Indianapolis, Carolina and New Orleans.