ENGLEWOOD, Colorado (AP) -- Coach John Fox and the Denver Broncos are parting ways following the team's latest playoff meltdown.
Fox won the AFC West all four of his years in Denver, but each of those seasons ended in ugly fashion in the playoffs, including Sunday's stunning 24-13 loss to Indianapolis.
Fox was 49-22 in Denver after going 73-71 in nine years with the Carolina Panthers.
In three seasons with Peyton Manning, the Broncos went 38-10 in the regular season but were upset twice at home in the divisional round and got upended by the Seahawks 43-8 in last year's Super Bowl.
The Broncos went 8-8 in Fox's first year, when Tebowmania was in full pitch. The stakes were raised when Manning replaced Tim Tebow in 2012.
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