Denver got a small scare when head coach John Fox was taken to the hospital after experiencing heart attack symptoms. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Fox was at the Quail Hollow Country Club in Charlotte, NC, where an employee there says he was feeling chest discomfort. Fox was taken to an area hospital shortly afterward.

Fox is expected to make a full recovery, although it's not exactly known what his condition was since it's been reported that it wasn't a heart attack.

The Broncos are 28-12 under Fox's three seasons and became a dominant squad under the Peyton Manning/Fox regime. They're currently on their bye week.

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[via ESPN]