John Fox returned to Broncos on Monday


The Denver Broncos are 3-1 — the only loss coming in overtime to the New England Patriots — with interim head coach Jack Del Rio running the show, but now they will hope to continue winning with more consistency with their head coach John Fox returning to coach the team.

On Monday, Fox returned to the Broncos facility for the first time since his heart valve replacement surgery and he hopes to return to the sidelines in Week 14.

From Mike Klis of the Denver Post:

It will be great for the Broncos to finish out the final month of the season with Fox back at team headquarters, so we will have to see if his return breaths any new life into the team.

Denver is already one of the most impressive teams in the league, so getting their head coach back will be a major boost and the team will hope that he can stay healthy for the rest of the season moving forward.

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  • LTGray

    Uh, Pats fans will not be happy to hear that their team is from NY….

    Best wishes to Coach Fox!