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John Fox's coaching career sees plenty of ink: Kenny Be's Tat-Tuesday

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The newly hired head coach for the Denver Broncos has seen plenty of ink lately. The ink refers to the vast amount of press coverage used to tell John Fox's life story. But as seen below, a tattoo artist could have used the aforementioned ink to tell the same expansive story -- from head to toe -- in body art... As seen in the tattoos pictured above, football is at the heart of John Fox's life. The nickname "Crash" is displayed across Fox's belly, to indicate his intestinal fortitude. Family is extremely important and is represented on Fox's right arm. Hobbies and education are included on the remaining extremities.

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