John Fox Has No Plans To Retire, Hoping To Find Job Once HC Positions Are Filled

Former Bears, Broncos and Panthers HC John Fox tells Mike Klis that he has no plans to retire from coaching and instead plans to see if he can find a job after all of the available head-coaching jobs are filled.

Klis points out that Fox was a long-time defensive coordinator before he was hired by the Panthers as their head coach back in 2002.

Fox, 62, began his NFL coaching career with the Steelers back in 1989 as their defensive backs coach back. He worked a number of teams including the Chargers, Raiders, Rams and Giants before the Panthers hired him as their head coach in 2002.

After nine years in Carolina, Fox was hired by the Broncos as their coach for the 2011 season. Denver elected to part ways with Fox after four seasons and he joined the Bears a year later where he remained for the past three seasons.

For his career, Fox is 133-123 (52 percent), which includes seven playoff appearances and two trips to the Super Bowl.

We’ll have more regarding potential opportunities for Fox.

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