Saturday, November 2, 2013

Breaking News: Denver Broncos Head Coach John Fox Taken to Hospital

Broncos Head Coach, John Fox, hugging Broncos
WR, Demaryius "Beybey" Thomas (88) 

Fox in Hospital after experiencing symptoms of a Heart Attack

+ESPN's +Adam Schefter reports that the Denver Broncos Head Coach, John Fox, had symptoms of a heart attack and has been taken to the hospital. The +Denver Broncos organization reports that Fox should be OK. As to the extent of this horrible news and what it will do regarding his participation in his teams upcoming schedule, games, and the remainder of their season. 

Updates will be posted as more news is released about the situation. Above all, Coach Fox's health status. All of our thoughts are with Coach Fox, his family, and the Broncos family (organization). May it be precaution and not very serious. Regardless, Fox's health is most important and the only concern that matters in the scope of things and what is best for his health. A return to the sideline, after being signed off by the care of the hospital and doctors overseeing him, is the best news that could come from this. That is, if it remains Fox's personal wishes and desire to do so.

The Broncos are on a bye this week, fortunately, so that any game prep is not being affected by this. A meaningless aspect really, when it comes to the health of anybody. In this case, the Broncos Head Coach, Fox.

UPDATE: Coach Fox did not have a heart attack. It was much more of a precaution and described as Fox being slightly 'spooked' when he became lighting headed while golfing.

Vic Lombardi recently tweeted:

Taking this into account, +BRONCOS CR3W expects Fox to be ready to resume the Broncos season and preparation after the bye week end. That is speculation on my behalf is all.