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Denver Broncos head coach, John Fox has today insisted that his team can improve for next season and put their 43-8 Super Bowl defeat to the Seattle Seahawks behind them.

Addressing the media alongside Broncos Executive Vice President of football operations, John Elway, Fox talked about the defeat and plans for the offseason.

"You work hard to reach the game...It was a great season, 15-4 is not real shabby" Fox said. "Lots of decision, hard decisions to be made for the benefit of this football team... You work to better for it. There's no excuses, you work to improve."

The Broncos will likely make several offseason roster moves with Knowshon Moreno and Eric Decker among the players with expiring contracts.

Elway talked about the defeat in the Super Bowl which is now his fourth defeat as quarterback and administrator.

"We'll get through this disappointment. It'll take a while...Step away have a better perspective. The goal has not changed. It will not change."

John Elway has been in an administrator role at the Broncos for three years and was instrumental in convincing quarterback Peyton Manning to sign with Denver.

Fox, who is 58 years old has been the coach of the Broncos since 2011 and was previously the head coach of the Carolina Panthers for eight seasons.

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