The Denver Broncos may have lost their head coach for the rest of the regular season.

Earlier today, it was reported that John Fox was taken to the hospital after feeling dizzy while at a Charlotte, NC golf course during his bye week. He's expected to recover, but the incident will make a surgery Fox planned for after the season come early next week. This will be an aortic valve replacement surgery and it will sideline him for up to two months. The 58-year-old head coach was experiencing heart attack symptoms, but not an actual heart attack earlier today.

The 7-1 Broncos will now be more dependent on defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio and offensive coordinator Adam Gase. This is a bit of a bump in the road for the team, but obviously Fox's health comes first. We're wishing him a full and speedy recovery.

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[via ESPN]