Report: John Fox And Denver Broncos Agree To Go Their Separate Ways


Update: Jan. 12 at 5:39 p.m. CT

Jay Glazer, as Fox Sports’ Peter Schrager relays, claimed that GM John Elway and the coaching staff didn’t see eye to eye.

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In the wake of Sunday’s 23-14 loss, the Denver Broncos and John Fox, per Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, have decided to go their separate ways.

Much like Jim Harbaugh, Fox, who tallied a 46-18 regular-season record with the Broncos, won’t have any shortage of job offerings on his plate. As NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport hints, the Chicago Bears, for one, will likely be in contact with the veteran.

Others around the league, from players to GMs, seemed to be blindsided by the news.

As far as candidates go? The first person who comes to mind is Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who has history with Denver. Prior to his six-year stint as the Houston Texans head coach, Kubiak spent 11 consecutive seasons with the Broncos.

However, within the past 24 hours, he assured the Ravens that he isn’t packing his bags any time soon.

Regardless of whether Peyton Manning returns, the Kansas City Chiefs will be facing a new-look Broncos squad in 2015.