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Denver Broncos head coach John Fox underwent successful heart valve replacement surgery on Monday. “Denver Broncos Head Coach John Fox underwent successful aortic valve replacement surgery this morning at Carolinas HealthCare System’s Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute in Charlotte,” the Broncos said in a statemnt. “He is currently in the hospital’s post-operative critical care unit, where his recovery is being monitored by doctors.” “Our family greatly appreciates the overwhelming support and well-wishes we’ve received for John,” said Fox’s wife Robin in a statement. “Along with his medical team, we will take great care of him so he can fully recover and get back to coaching the Broncos as soon as possible.” Broncos players expressed their thoughts on Fox’s surgery. “No we’re not going to approach it like that,” said safety David Bruton. “We’re going to win many. Not just one, just keep going, keep going – playing for him, playing for the guys next to us – what we’ve done all year and
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Nothing like putting off heart value surgery until after the season is over, especially when you have a relatively stress-free job like being the head coach of an NFL football team.That’s exactly what Denver Broncos head coach John Fox intended to do, until a game of bye week golf in North Carolina resulted in a dizzy spell that landed him in the hospital. Fox will undergo surgery...
Broncos head coach John Fox had successful surgery to repair a heart valve defect yesterday and is now recovering. It is uncertain how long Fox will be out, but there is a chance he could miss the rest of the season. Fox was golfing Saturday in North Carolina during the Broncos bye week when Fox fell ill. There is no definite time table of when Fox will be able to return so the Broncos...
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting the Denver Broncos head coach John Fox will need surgery on his heart. He will miss several weeks. Jack Del Rio could be in charge from this point on. @JayGlazer Just spoke with John Fox. He’s having a procedure on his aortic valve on Tuesday in North Carolina. […]
Denver Broncos coach John Fox has been released from the hospital four days after undergoing heart surgery in Charlotte, N.C.
Fox was resting at his offseason home in Charlotte, interim head coach Jack Del Rio said after Friday's practice.
Fox had his aortic value replaced at the Carolinas HealthCare System's Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute in Charlotte on Monday...
In the move of the decade, the Colts released their best player in team history; Peyton Manning.This is obviously old news, but it's worth looking into what would've happened if Jim Irsay & co. never made the league-wide altering move. Let's start from the beginning. Let me take you back to 2011, in a land where the Colts are 2-14 entering the offseason. "Suck...
Broncos coach John Fox needs heart surgery and will miss several
weeks, team spokesman Patrick Smyth confirmed Saturday night.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Denver Broncos are expected to name an interim coach some time today with head coach John Fox set to undergo heart valve surgery this week and miss the next 4-6 weeks.
#Broncos expect to announce an interim today, I’m told. Still see Jack Del Rio as favorite, but John Fox and John Elway will discuss today
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet...
Broncos coach John Fox didn’t have chest pains or a suspected heart attack on Saturday. He does, however, have a pre-existing heart valve defect that will require surgery.
Fox told Jay Glazer of FOX that the procedure will happen on Tuesday, and that Fox will miss four to six weeks.
The procedure had been planned for the 2014 offseason. Coincidentally, Fox was in Charlotte...
Brian Billick is an acclaimed NFL game analyst for FOX Sports and a Super Bowl-winning coach.
At the midway point, we're doing a little remodeling, and guess what? There's a new No. 1 team. Sorry, Chiefs, being 9-0 just isn't enough.
1 Broncos 7-1 2
Get well soon, John Fox. We are thinking about you.
2 49ers 6-2 4
The 49ers make the jump to No. 2 because they are...
It’s another six-team bye week and that is going to lead to some potential headaches for many fantasy owners. No owners may have a tougher time replicating production than Peyton Manning owners. Few teams offer more fantasy producers than the Broncos. Arizona, Detroit, Jacksonville, San Francisco, and the New York Giants are also slated to get some rest.
Stud – Cam...
When it was announced that the Denver Broncos' head coach, John Fox, would be missing extended time due to an operation to replace an aortic valve in his heart, it seemed like a no-brainer that defensive coordinator, Jack Del Rio, would be named the interim head coach. And that's exactly what happened.With the Broncos' aspirations this year being "Super Bowl or Bust...
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Who knew Nick Foles decided to go as Peyton Manning for Halloween, and then, just like in Buffy the
"You're awesome!" "No, YOU'RE awesome!"
Vampire Slayer season 2, episode 6, “Halloween,” he turned into his costume?
Stud of the week: uh, Nick Foles. Career day. Literally. Tied the NFL record for...
Well, this was unexpected. Nick Foles put on his Peyton Manning costume and went out to the Oakland coliseum and tied an NFL record, throwing for seven touchdowns.
It would be too easy for me to list the offense as a whole as good. They were great. Foles spread the ball around to all his weapons and was able to lead the Eagles down the field with ease.
The game would not be...