John Fox (62) started his coaching career in the NFL in 1989 as the defensive backs coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 1992 he moved to the San Diego Chargers holding the same position. He was promoted to defensive coordinator by the Los Angeles Raiders in 1994. He briefly served as the personnel consultant for the St. Louis Rams for a year in 1996 before becoming the defensive coordinator of the New York Giants.
Fox got his first head coaching job with the Carolina Panthers from 2002-10. The Panthers won the NFC Championship and went to the Super Bowl in his second season. They lost to the New England Patriots 32-29. In 2011, Fox was hired to be the head coach of the Denver Broncos. He served as head coach until 2014, winning an AFC Championship in 2013 and losing to the Seattle Seahawks 43-8 in the Super Bowl. After another season, Fox and Broncos agreed to part ways. He is still the only NFL coach to win four straight division titles after joining a new team. He was hired as the Chicago Bears head coach in 2015. He is 9-23 with the Bears but 128-112 in the regular season throughout his head coaching career prior to 2017. HCR: 2017