Vic Fangio wore a small piece of Chicago on Thursday afternoon when he was introduced to the Denver media as the new Broncos head coach.
The former Bears defensive coordinator was dressed in a navy blazer adorned with a Broncos pin, a white shirt and an orange tie that Bears Chairman George McCaskey gave him as a parting gift after four seasons in Chicago. It was not the look Bears fans had grown accustomed to.
“I said to him, ‘George, can I do the press conference tomorrow in my gray sweats?’ — he calls it my gray business suit,” Fangio said. “He said, ‘No, you can’t do that.’ So he gave me this tie to wear.’”
The McCaskey family, general manager Ryan Pace and coach...