Fox embarks on his 31st NFL season in 2023 after most recently serving as the Indianapolis Colts' senior defensive assistant in 2022. Prior to joining the Colts, Fox spent 16 consecutive seasons as an NFL head coach, serving in that capacity for the Chicago Bears (2015-17), Denver Broncos (2011-14) and Carolina Panthers (2002-10). In his head coaching career, Fox compiled a 133-123 record in the regular season and an 8-7 record in the postseason, producing seven playoff berths and winning the 2003 NFC Championship with the Panthers and the 2013 AFC Championship with the Broncos. Prior to becoming an NFL head coach, Fox spent five seasons as the New York Giants' defensive coordinator (1997-2001), helping the Giants rank third in the NFL in sacks (230) and capture an NFC Championship (2000) in that span. Fox's other NFL stints include serving as a St. Louis Rams consultant (1996), the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders' defensive coordinator (1994-95), the San Diego Chargers' secondary coach (1992-93) and the Pittsburgh Steelers' secondary coach (1989-91). Fox has also served in a variety of college jobs, working as Pitt's defensive coordinator/secondary coach (1986-88), Iowa State's secondary coach (1984), Kansas' secondary coach (1983), Utah's secondary coach (1982), Long Beach State's secondary coach (1981), Boise State's secondary coach (1980), U.S. International's defensive backs coach and as a graduate assistant at San Diego State in 1978. In 1985, he served as the secondary coach of the Los Angeles Express of the USFL.