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Vic Fangio loves teaching the fundamentals

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- which is one of the reasons he so appreciates the role of a high school football coach."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos NewsFangio credits coaching success with start among high school ranksNew Bradley Chubb Jersey ,13commentsVic Fangio loves teaching the fundamentals - which is one of the reasons he so appreciates the role of a high school football coach. Fangio credits coaching success with start among high school ranksdenverbroncos.comGood morning, Broncos Country!The second week of OTAs is almost over, and It’s clear the fundamentals - especially the ones taught in the classroom - are a big deal to head coach Vic Fangio.And not just within the NFL ranks.In fact, if it’s crucial anywhere, it’s at the high school level where fundamentals are king (or at least should be).And that makes coaching at the high school level an excellent training ground for coaching at any other level.“I think coaching high school football gives you a good foundation just because you’re coaching fundamentals at a low level and you’re usually having to coach both sides of the ball, not just offense or defense,” Fangio said Monday when he opened Broncos practice up to high school coaches across Colorado. “It’s a great coaching opportunity to get your feet wet and establish some confidence in coaching players assignment and techniques, so I think it’s a good place to start.”The new head coach is responsible for the idea of hosting an open practice to high school coaches - and the 130 Colorado coaches who attended felt the love.“He wanted to emphasize what a big fan he is of high school football coaches,” one coach told Paul Klee of The Gazette. “He’s got a soft spot in his heart for us, since that’s what he was.”Fangio started his coaching career in 1979 as the linebackers coach and defensive coordinator for Dunmore High School in Pennsylvania, the school where he had also been a standout free safety - and Fangio credits much of his success in the coaching field to that first experience coaching high school ball.“It was the foundation, really,” he told coaches Monday. “It was the first place I coached. I coached there for, I believe, three years and worked under a great head coach which gave me a good foundation to move onward and upward. It was a tremendous part.”But if you asked Fangio’s own coach in high school, you’d know that the writing was probably on the wall for his career path way back when Fangio played free safety and wideout for a freshman team that won every game by 25-30 points.“Victor was a great player for us back in the ‘70s,” 83-year-old Jack Henzes told Klee. Henzes and Fangio still talk twice a month. “Victor was a very intelligent player. Later on, he used to call our defenses for us. He’s a very bright young man.”The high school coaches hanging out with Fangio at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse on Monday certainly thought so.“He’s an old-school, straightforward, what you see is what you get,” said Marc Bornhoft, assistant coach for an 8-man football team at Haxtun High School. “He’s a football guy, just what you’d expect.” Good morning Derek Wolfe Jersey , Broncos Country!When Su’a Cravens flashed in the preseason, we wanted more. It was the first taste of what the safety could bring to the Denver Broncos defense since the trade for him in March. But after that final preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals, Cravens was placed on IR. It was akin to getting a bite of a juicy, mouthwatering steak only to have the cook tell you they just served the last one and wouldn’t get any more for eight weeks. That’s how long Cravens has been pining and waiting to step foot on the field. The delay finally comes to an end today against the Houston Texans. One could say all associated with the Broncos have been, wait for it, cravin’ this. Thank you. Thank you.As I told Adam Malnati on the latest MHR Radio Podcast, Cravens is my player to watch on defense. You now he’s going to be amped up, and he flies around like a missile to begin with. There is a question of how much of an impact he’ll make since he hasn’t played in eight weeks. That’s where muscle tweaks come into the equation. But Vance Joseph made it clear Cravens won’t be a pitch count. That only improves the opportunities for the young safety to make an immediate impact against the Texans. Something we’ve all wanted since he gave us taste eight weeks ago. “He could be,” Joseph told the media after practice on Friday. “His body type and skillset as a dime backer is valuable because he can play first, second and third down. First-second down is run-pass, so if they run the football, he can fit in the A and the B gaps taking on linemen. Obviously, if they pass the ball on first, second or third down, he can cover tight ends. His body type and his skillset is valuable.”The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher, TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. 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