A Broncos spokesman confirms, head coach John Fox did not suffer a heart attack. Fox felt light-headed and was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure.
Fox was hospitalized for observation, and the good news is there were no signs of a heart attack. Reports said Fox was on a golf course in Charlotte when he experienced feeling light-headed.
He was then transported to an area hospital where he was admitted. The preliminary reports said Fox was experiencing heart attack like symptoms.
Sources inside the Denver Broncos organization are reporting, John Fox will be OK.
The Broncos are on their bye week and Fox decided to run down to Charlotte to play a little golf. Obviously golf is more stressful for Fox than football.
Golf makes the best of people feel a little light-headed at times. Nonetheless it is great to hear Fox will be OK and he shouldn’t miss any time on the Broncos side-lines. Lest hope he gets back to normal as quickly as possible.
The Broncos are currently 7-1 and they play next week against the Chargers then they take on the currently undefeated Chiefs.
The Broncos fans should have nothing to worry about with Fox and he should be out of the hospital soon according to the team.
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