Head Coach John Fox agreed to terms on a new three-year contract: pic.twitter.com/IiXQDTFtaT
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) April 5, 2014
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that the Broncos have reached an agreement with HC John Fox on a new three-year contract.
- Glazer adds that Fox’s previous deal has been ripped up and he’ll now receive a brand new contract.
- Ryan Parker of the Denver Post reports that Fox’s contract will pay him $5 – 6 million per season.
This comes a just after the Seahawks reached a three-year agreement with HC Pete Carroll. The two sides had said previously that they expected to get a long-term contract worked out before the start of the 2014 season.
Fox unfortunately underwent heart valve replacement surgery last season, but was able to return after four games. Defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio stepped in and helped the Broncos win three of the four games.
Fox, 59, was entering the final year of his current contract and has led the Broncos to a record of 34-14 (70.8 percent), three AFC West titles and one Super Bowl appearance last season.