Denver Broncos coach John Fox has been cleared to coach from the sidelines Sunday against the Tennessee Titans after undergoing heart surgery last month.
This marks his first game back since the procedure.
"I'll be on the sideline just like normal,'' Fox told reporters Friday. "I had three pretty good days of practice. The doctors and medical people feel good about it, so that's where I'll be.''
This had been something Fox and his doctors had thought about this week.
"People asked me earlier in the week, I hadn't even practiced yet or been to a practice yet,'' Fox said. "I feel pretty good about where I'm at physically and all that -- so do the medical people. That's why we made the decision. Basically got three really good days -- Wednesday, Thursday and Friday."
"On the field you have a little better feel for the players. You look right into their eyes -- communication-wise, it's direct and you're not going through somebody. There are probably cons for both, but I'm looking forward to getting back on the field with the team and business as usual.''
Follow me on Twitter: @RavensInsider
Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.
APR 15 Jerry Angelo
A strategy session for draft day as well as my top-five players in this year’s rookie class.
APR 14 Jeff Fedotin
Oakland has whiffed on its first-round picks.
APR 12 Joel Corry
Jacksonville’s pursuit of center Alex Mack came up just short after a valiant effort.