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John Fox will coach from sideline on Sunday

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On Thursday, the question was whether or not the Broncos would be coached by John Fox from the press box on Sunday against the Titans.

We got our answer on Friday. Fox will not coach them from a box, house or with a mouse. The coach announced, via Mike Klis of the Denver Post, at his Friday press conference that he will be on the sideline in his first game back with the Broncos since undergoing heart surgery in early November.

Fox said he didn’t think there was much difference in his location on Sunday since defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, offensive coordinator Adam Gase and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers would be able to do their jobs either way. That group handled things well while Fox was recovering from his operation and there’s no reason to think that things should change now that the head man is back on the scene.

Fox also announced that defensive end Derek Wolfe remains out of the lineup after experiencing seizure-like symptoms last week. Kick returner Trindon Holliday is questionable with a shoulder injury, but the rest of the team is probable for Fox’s return to the sideline.

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4 Responses to “John Fox will coach from sideline on Sunday”
  1. thegreatgabbert says: Dec 6, 2013 2:30 PM

    John can really move around in that wheel chair now, and with lots of blankets over him, he should be fine.

  2. alskdh says: Dec 6, 2013 2:39 PM

    Doesn’t matter. Can’t coach against Brady in January.

  3. thingamajig says: Dec 6, 2013 4:18 PM

    So Fox is saying his main function on game day is to show up for the post game interview.

  4. jasonculhane says: Dec 7, 2013 2:22 PM

    In reference to Holliday…When you add up all the td’s he’s given away due to fumbles in Broncos territory compared to td’s he actually scores you’ll find he’s a liability rather then this big asset

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