The Broncos’ hiring of Vic Fangio as the new head coach - and announcing the return of Gary Kubiak as offensive coordinator - earned the equivalent of a big thumbs up from players Youth Royce Freeman Jersey , coaches, sportswriters and fans.Bears’ cornerback Prince Amukamara tweeted “#cursewords” when it was first announced that his defensive coordinator who helped the Bears’ defense in a meteoric rise from last to first would be heading to Denver. “Oh, man, they’re going to get a leader, and they’re going to get somebody who cares for them,” Amukamara said. “They already have a history of having a great defense. All of that will be enhanced with Vic.”And, of course, Khalil Mack, the all-pro edge rusher traded to the Bears by the Raiders this season, called Fangio “one of the best coaches in football.”But all the love wasn’t just about Fangio and his incredible defensive mind.Bringing back Gary Kubiak - Super Bowl 50-winning Gary Kubiak Cheap Derek Wolfe Jersey , that is - was seen across the league as a wise move for both Fangio and the Broncos.Former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer, who played for Kubiak during his tenure, even weighed in.He sees the move to bring Kubiak back to the coaching side as a brilliant maneuver - especially for Case Keenum.But it wasn’t only reporters, fans and former players sharing their feelings about the new coaching hires.While most Broncos players refrained from commenting on social media, a few posted their excitement, and Will Parks and Shelby Harris even spoke about it to CBS4Denver.Harris said he “likes it a lot” bringing in Fangio.Emmanuel Sanders, one of the few guys on the offense to have been on the Super Bowl 50 team under Kubiak, seemed ecstatic about having Kubes back on the field at Dove Valley.Horse Tracks - docllv’s picks of the day'He's a trip': Inside look at why Bears have special coach in Fangio | Chicago Sun-TimesThere is a lot to Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. That was clear during an interview with the Sun-Times late last summer.Why the Broncos hired ‘evil genius’ Vic Fangio as their next head coach – The AthleticThe Broncos hired longtime defensive coordinator Vic Fangio at a time when so many teams are turning to younger, offensive minds to lead their teams.Stop trying to find the Next Sean McVay: Why the NFL hiring system is so flawed – The AthleticIf the Josh McDaniels fiasco in Indy taught us anything, it’s that there are good Youth Garett Bolles Jersey , under-the-radar coaches out there like Frank Reich. GMs are just not looking in the right spots.Horse TracksBroncos hire Vic Fangio, giving offensive control to Kubiak, Elway | SI.comAs nearly every other NFL team makes young, offensive-minded hires at head coach, Denver goes the opposite, hiring a longtime defensive coordinator (most recently for Chicago) in Vic Fangio.Jack Henzes Reacts to Denver Broncos Hiring Dunmore Graduate Vic FangioJack Henzes, Vic Fangio’s high school coach in the mid-70s and boss in the mid-80s, talks about his protoge going to the Broncos.As Broncos hire Vic Fangio as head coach, challenge for Bears’ defense in 2019 grows greater | NBC Sports ChicagoWith Vic Fangio being hired as the next head coach of the Denver Broncos, can the Bears’ defense overcome his departure in 2019?With Vic Fangio Youth Phillip Lindsay Jersey , Broncos go with experience and toughness - Denver Broncos Blog- ESPNDenver tried the young coordinators and it didn’t work. Fangio has never been a head coach, but he brings a long list of credentials.Broncos hiring Vic Fangio as head coach | 9news.comDenver Broncos GM John Elway bucked the league trend of hiring a hot, young coordinator by selecting a hot, mature coordinator.Phillip Lindsay to serve as social media correspondent at 2019 Pro Bowl“I’m not going to be able to play in the game — which I wish I was — but being a correspondent sounds pretty good too, I’m not going to lie,Phillip Lindsay named Colorado Sports Hall of Fame’s Professional Athlete of the YearLindsay will be honored at a banquet April 3.Could Drew Lock go No. 10 to Denver Broncos? | Mile High SportsJohn Elway and Gary Kubiak took a trip out to Columbia, MO earlier this year to watch Drew Lock live. They must have liked what they saw in Lock’s rousing 38-0 beat-down of conference rival Arkansas.Sean Kugler leaves Denver Broncos to join Tampa Bay BuccaneersThe Buccaneers have hired former Broncos offensive line coach Sean Kugler.Denver Broncos: Should the team re-sign tackle Jared Veldheer?The Denver Broncos acquired Jared Veldheer via trade from the Arizona Cardinals this past offseason. He'll be a free agent this offseason.Jets hiring ex-Dolphins coach Adam Gase as head coach - NFL.comAdam Gase has found a new head coaching gig in the AFC East. The New York Jets are hiring the former Miami Dolphins skipper as their next head coach, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.Sean Payton uses Lombardi Trophy to motivate Saints - NFL.comFrom bringing in inspirational guest speakers to dancing to the song that bears his name, Saints head coach Sean Payton knows how to find unique ways to motivate his players.Bruce Arians on QB Jameis Winston: 'He can win it all' - NFL.comNew Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians praised Jameis Winston in a recent interview on "The Rich Eisen Show." Arians said "the whole thing will be built around" the QB.Chargers vs. Rams in Atlanta? Get ready for all-L.A. Super Bowl! - NFL.comOn the eve of the regular season, Adam Schein predicted an all-Los Angeles Super Bowl. Four months later http://www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com/ronald-leary-jersey-cheap , he's singing the same tune -- but LOUDER. Here's why the Chargers and Rams will indeed meet in Atlanta. It’s official. Both Champ Bailey and Steve Atwater have made it into the final round of voting and is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019. The final vote will take place the Saturday before Super Bowl LIII on February 2, 2019. Atwater spent all but one season with the Broncos are was a terror on the field. He made the Pro Bowl seven consecutive years from 1990-96 and again in 1998. He was a First-Team All-Pro twice and helped spearhead a Broncos defense that was underrated in both of the franchises Super Bowl championship seasons in the late 90s. With 24 career interceptions and a defensive touchdown, Atwater’s real presence was felt in the enforcer role finishing with 1125 tackles in his career. For a safety to rack up over a 100 tackles a year for a career is impressive. Bailey spent a decade of his 15 years in the NFL with the Denver Broncos after beginning his career with the Washington Redskins as a seventh-overall pick in the 1999 NFL Draft. He was the most dominant shutdown cornerback of his era through the prime of his career where he was selected as a First-Team All-Pro from 2004-2006. Champ Bailey Career StatsYearTeamGamesINTYdsTDLngPDTacklesYearTeamGamesINTYdsTDLngPDTacklesThere is no doubt in this bloggers mind that Champ will officially be a first ballot Hall of Fame player in a few short weeks. Joining him will be Broncos long-time owner Pat Bowlen who was put forth by the Contributor’s Committee in August and is also one that is likely to get in this year. After those two, your guess is as good as mine as to who the voters go for. Other Broncos who were up as finalists were Bronco great and Karl Mecklenburg and John Lynch. Lynch too made it in as a finalist, but Mecklenburg did not make the final cut. Lynch, a Broncos Ring of Famer, played his final four seasons in the NFL for the Broncos after playing his first 11 seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He could play spoiler for Atwater as he was able to put up just as many Pro Bowl selections (9) and First-Team All-Pro selections (2) as Atwater did. For Mecklenburg, his eligibility is up and beginning next year he will have to be a Senior Committee nominee. The three-time First-Team All-Pro selection will join Randy Gradishar and other Bronco legends as ultimate Hall of Fame snubs.