Fox says he's not worrying about future coaching Bears

AP Sports Writer - LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears coach John Fox insists he is not worrying about his future.

With a 14-33 record in three years, Fox might be coaching his final game for the Bears when they finish the season at NFC North champion Minnesota on Sunday.

Fox says he has "never had trouble getting employment in this league" and is "not going to start worrying about it now."

He would not say Tuesday if he has had any discussions with management, adding "those things are for the offseason."

The Bears beat winless Cleveland on Sunday after dropping six of seven games. It ensured Fox won't finish the season with the lowest winning percentage in franchise history. It belongs to Abe Gibron, who was 11-30-1 (.274) from 1972-74.

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