Update (11/2/13, 3:17 p.m. MT):
The Broncos just sent out a press release that Fox did not suffer a heart attack and all indications are that he is going to be okay. He is currently undergoing testing and further observation at the hospital.
#Broncos say John Fox was taken to hospital because he was feeling light-headed. Not a heart attack. Undergoing tests, he should be okay.— Jon Heath (@JonHeathNFL) November 2, 2013
John Fox from his hospital bed via text: "I am doing fine. We are just running some tests and will know more in a few hours."— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) November 2, 2013
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ESPN's Adam Schefter just tweeted moments ago that Denver Broncos head coach John Fox has apparently suffered a heart attack:
Broncos HC John Fox taken to hospital with a suspected heart attack, via @mortreport and me.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 2, 2013
Fox's team is on their Bye Week and the head coach was in Charlotte, NC golfing at the time when he began complaining about chest pains.
He has since been taken the the hospital.
The immediate word from the Broncos is that they believe that he is okay.
We will keep you up-to-date with any new developments.
Chris Mortensen just tweeted to reinforce that the Broncos feel as if their head coach is okay:
Broncos coach John Fox was taken to Charlotte area hospital from golf course when he complained of chest pains. Broncos believe he is ok.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) November 2, 2013