By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Fox, who said at the NFL Scouting Combine earlier this month, that he would like to be a broadcaster this season. He also said that he is not done being a head coach, as he is not ready to retire.
“It depends kinda on what shakes out,” Fox said at the time, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. “I’m being paid pretty good to do nothing.”
The 63-year-old Fox joins the Worldwide Leader in Sports after being a head coach of the Chicago Bears. He was fired following the 2017 season after just three seasons with the team.
As the Bears head coach, he went 14-34. He did not have better than a 6-10 record, which came in his first season in 2015. The past two seasons, he’s gone 8-24, which helped to lead to his exit in January.
Fox is one of the oldest studio analysts for ESPN, which also includes the 75-year-old Bill Polian. The former NFL executive has been with ESPN since 2012.
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