In just a brief snippet, Jeff Darlington of NFL.com describes why John Fox is already loved in Denver (and Indy) more than Josh McDaniels ever was (even during his 6-game win streak).
Darlington makes this observation about Fox during the NFL combine in Indianapolis.
In just about any city on any day, a debate about the most popular current member of the Broncos organization would yield one of two responses: Tim Tebow or John Elway. Not during the combine, though. Not in Indianapolis.
That distinction goes to Denver coach John Fox, known to many in NFL circles as the King of the Combine. Nobody in Indianapolis commands more respect than Fox, and nobody deserves it more, either. Fox treats everyone he encounters with kindness and class, from the servers at Steak ‘n Shake to the bartenders at Mo’s Steakhouse. It’s no wonder that on Monday evening Fox was sipping some red wine from a glass engraved with his initials.
Injecting a level of fun into a week designed specifically for work, Fox makes the combine more enjoyable for all, including those who work for him. – Jeff Darlington (NFL.com)