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Happy 58th birthday to Broncos HC John Fox! He is spending the day preparing for free agency/draft with his staff/personnel dept.
— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) February 8, 2013
Today is coach John Fox’s birthday. Have a great one, Foxy.
Denver’s front office and Fox have begun offseason preparations.
You’re probably heard that the Broncos will have “the easiest schedule” next season. Strength of schedule goes beyond much more than win-loss records, however.
Here’s a list of five potential draft prospects the Broncos may target, which includes a few controversial players.
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