ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos and head coach John Fox have agreed on terms for a three-year contract.
John Elway, executive vice president of football operations and general manager of the Broncos, announced the finalization of the deal Saturday.
“We are pleased to reach this agreement with Fox, who has played a key role in the success and improvement of the Broncos during the last three seasons,” Elway said. “While our team has made progress each year under Coach Fox, we both understand that there is still work to be done for us to reach our ultimate goal.”
Fox led the Broncos to consecutive 13-3 regular-season records and AFC number one seeds during the past two years. He also helped the Broncos post the best overall win percentage.
He was named head coach of the Broncos Jan. 13, 2011, and will enter his 26th year coaching in the NFL and 13th season as a head coach.