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Former Panthers coach John Fox puts Charlotte mansion up for sale

Chicago Bears head coach John Fox yells out over the field during NFL football minicamp June 17, 2015, in Lake Forest, Ill. Fox, a longtime Carolina Panthers coach, has listed his Charlotte home for sale.
Chicago Bears head coach John Fox yells out over the field during NFL football minicamp June 17, 2015, in Lake Forest, Ill. Fox, a longtime Carolina Panthers coach, has listed his Charlotte home for sale. AP

Former Carolina Panthers coach John Fox seems to be leaving Charlotte behind for good.

Fox, who was named the head coach of the Chicago Bears in January, recently put his Charlotte home on the market, according to realtor.com.

The 14,866 square-foot house, located on the 14th fairway at Quail Hollow Club, is listed for $7 million. The Spanish-style mansion has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms and also features a pool and a home theater.

Fox purchased the house in 2006 for $2.1 million. According to the Chicago Tribune, he bought a $3.28 million mansion in the Chicago suburb of Lake Forest in April.

Fox led the Panthers to its only Super Bowl appearance in 2004. He left the team in 2010 with a 73-71 record.

Fox is coming off a four-year stint with the Denver Broncos, having won four straight AFC West titles and reaching the Super Bowl in 2014.

Sergio Tovar: 704-358-5941, @sergiotovar

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