According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post says that Broncos HC John Fox will be back on the sidelines this weekend.
John Fox said he will be on the sidelines coaching.
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 6, 2013
The Broncos are taking on the Titans in Denver on Sunday. Fox will coach on the sideline for the first time since a heart surgery took...
John Fox, who returned to work this week following open-heart surgery Nov. 4, said Friday he has been cleared to coach from the sideline for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. “I’ll be on the sideline just like normal,” Fox, 58, said after Friday’s workout. “I had three pretty good days of practice. The doctors […]
Denver Broncos head coach John Fox confirmed Friday that he will coach from the sideline during Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. “Upstairs you get better view of the game, you don’t have quite the emotion involved – it doesn’t matter really what coach you are,” Fox said. “On the field you have a little bit better feel...
It's official, John Fox will be coaching the Broncos from the sideline on Sunday. Denver's game against Tennessee will mark Fox's first game back since undergoing heart surgery on Nov. 4 and Fox wasn't sure if he was going to coach from the field or the press box.
The Broncos coach said on Friday that he'll definitely be on the sideline. On Thursday, Fox said...
Jack Del Rio's plate remains full even with John Fox back on the job.
Del Rio won three of four games as the team's interim head coach during Fox's November sabbatical for heart surgery.
Denver's defensive coordinator handed the keys back to Fox this week after guiding the Broncos (10-2) into the driver's seat in the AFC playoff race.
''Back at work...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago
There is no free time for an NFL head coach, even after suffering open-heart surgery from a heart defect discovered in 1997, and Broncos' head coach John Fox understands that perfectly well. The affable and audible coach is back to the work he loves, administering his daily coaching duties as he attempts to conclude his decision to oversee this week's match-up against...
Though several key players are dealing with injuries, one very important member of the Denver Broncos will return to the field Sunday.
Four weeks after open-heart surgery, coach John Fox will be back on the sideline when the Broncos host the Tennessee Titans with a chance to clinch a playoff spot.
"Obviously, the doctors feel good about me getting back to work," Fox said...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago
John Fox is back Denver fans. He is super happy and I cannot blame him, it had to be hard to watch your team playing on national television. Fox needed open heart surgery but he is back and feels better than ever. “I feel as healthy as I’ve ever felt over the last 20 years,” […]
ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes John Fox’s return will give the Denver Broncos an emotional lift.
I’m not sure why the best team in the NFL really even needs an emotional lift right now, but getting Fox back will certainly help.
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The Denver Broncos announced on Thursday that head coach John Fox will return to work on Monday and coach next week.
On Thanksgiving Day, it was announced that Head Coach John Fox will return to the team on Monday.
Below is a statement from the Broncos on the announcement:
“John Fox has been cleared by doctors to return as head coach of the...