Denver Broncos head coach John Fox will return to work Monday and be ready to coach the team's Week 14 game against the Tennessee Titans, the team announced Thursday.
Fox suffered a spell of dizziness on a golf course in Charlotte and then had heart valve replacement surgery on Nov. 4.
It's not known whether Fox will coach from the booth or the sidelines, according to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports.
"John Fox has been cleared by doctors to return as head coach of the Denver Broncos beginning Monday," the team said in a statement. "We are very pleased that his recovery from a heart procedure on Nov. 4 has progressed so well.
"Our organization is confident that his health will allow him to meet his head coaching responsibilities. While no formal restrictions will be placed on his workload upon return, he will continue to be monitored by our medical staff as his well-being remains our No. 1 priority.
"We look forward to Coach Fox's return to the team on Monday."
Earlier this week, Fox flew from Charlotte to Denver on Broncos owner Pat Bowlen's private jet.
Defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been the interim head coach while Fox has been out.