John Fox cutting final tie with Panthers, selling home for $7 million

Published Jul. 10, 2015 12:27 a.m. ET

John Fox spent nine years with the Carolina Panthers as their head coach, but when the two sides went their separate ways in 2010, Fox took his talents to the Denver Broncos. One thing he kept in Carolina? His $7 million house (h/t According to a report from David Newton of ESPN though, Fox has decided to part ways with the home.

"The new coach of the Chicago Bears and his wife, Robin, recently put their mansion on the 14th fairway of Quail Hollow Club on the market for a whopping $7 million, according to" Newton explained.

That's a pretty hefty price tag, but hey, you could live in the house that Fox and his wife once lived in while they were in the midst of taking the Panthers to the Super Bowl back during the 2003 season. Worth it? Absolutely.

(h/t and ESPN)

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