John Fox Hired By Denver BroncosBy Naiwrita Sinha, Gaea News Network
Friday, January 14, 2011
DENVER (GaeaTimes.com)- The search for the new head coach of the Denver Broncos has finally come to an end after the team on Thursday announced that they have chosen John Fox as their new head coach. John Fox who recently left the Carolina Panthers after the team refused to renew his contract following an unimpressive NFL career this season, did not have to wait much long for his new appointment.
It has been only two weeks since John Fox had to withdraw himself from the Carolina Panthers team. His new gain is, however, connected to the loss of Josh McDaniels who was fired as the Denver Broncos coach last year in December after he led the Denver Broncos into the worst results of the season with a 4-12. On Wednesday, the former Carolina Panthers head coach arrived in Denver for a discussion about his new contract. After some final discussions, Denver Broncos authorities reached the final decision of making John Fox their new coach. Without wasting much time, the Denver Broncos on the next day confirmed the news that John Fox had been fired.
Both the coach and the team sounded pleased about the new developments. John Fox said that he is happy to be with the Denver Broncos who is known for its winning streak but which due to some reason has taken a set back in recent times. John Elway, the chief football executive of the Denver Broncos also claimed that he was pleased to have someone like John Fox as their head coach for the man is well known for his leadership and dynamic qualities. With the Broncos’ poor state of performance lately, new coach John Fox has a big task lined up ahead of him.
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