The Denver Broncos are rumoured to have made one of the biggest signings of this years off-season in signing coach John Fox to an extended deal.
The franchise has yet to officially announce the extension but sources close to the team have claimed that they have extended Fox's contract through 2016.
Broncos GM John Elway had previously said that Fox would likely be given a new deal before the start of the 2014 NFL season and it appears to have happened now.
Fox has been in charge of the Broncos for three years and delivered three AFC West titles in that time.
Most notably he took Denver to the Super Bowl last season where they were outmatched by a much stronger Seattle Seahawks team who won 43-8.
The Broncos, who have been recruiting heavily so far in free agency with names such as Aqib Talib and DeMarcus Ware joining the franchise have now made another big signing.
Fox now becomes the second name to remain with Denver after Quarterback Peyton Manning dismissed rumours of his retirement earlier in the off-season.