DENVER — Broncos coach John Fox told reporters he wants the Broncos to win the Super Bowl.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do to make sure we’re ready,” Fox said.
“I’m not worried about who the team is.
We’ve got to work together.
We need each other.
I’m not going to sit here and look at a Super Bowl and not think we need each one of our guys to be better.”
Fox, who has had to make some tough decisions in recent years with the Broncos’ roster, has said in the past that he would not draft any rookies until the team has a team-wide plan for player development.
“If we can find a way to put that together, we can do it,” Fox told CBS Sports’ Bob Glauber in an interview.
“We’ve done that already, so I don’t know where we’re at.
I’ve got work to be done.”
Fox said his philosophy has not changed, but he believes he has the right team to help him accomplish that.
“I have a lot more confidence in this group, in this coaching staff and in the organization,” Fox explained.
“There’s a lot to do.”
Fox is not the only coach who has struggled with his roster decisions recently.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has said the Patriots’ depth chart is too shallow to be a playoff contender, while the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints have struggled with their roster depth.