After it was reported on Sunday that Vic Fangio would become the Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator, it finally became official yesterday when Adam Schefter reported that Fangio had committed to the Dolphins job. Fangio will take the job after the Super Bowl, due to him working as a defensive consultant for the Philadelphia Eagles. This is a big get for Mike McDaniel and the Dolphins.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Worth the wait: Dolphins win big as defensive ace Vic Fangio ends doubt, commits to Miami | Opinion
Miami Dolphins win the fight for ace defensive coordinator Vic Fangio
What the Miami Dolphins Defense Should Look Like with Vic Fangio - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Breaking down the scheme that's helped make Vic Fangio one of the most respective defensive coaches around
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