I know he's generally a special teamer.....but wow, the dude gets a lot of tackles per game 52 (44 solo) in 16 in 2006, 21 (19 solo) in 10 games in 2007....that's cool with me.http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/stats?playerId=5618
Here's a scouting report....I would say that the pros are far better than the cons.....
69-60: Average Starter
A valuable roster player but is not dominant against the better players he faces on a week-to-week basis... Gives great effort and you are glad that he is on your team, but he may or may not go to the next level.
2007 Scouting Report - Scouts Inc.
Grade: 63 | Key
Comment: Fox is a restricted free agent with third-round compensation. He was the backup No. 4 linebacker for the Chiefs but started games on the weakside when Derrick Johnson was out with his ankle injury. He split time later in the season with the ineffective Kendrell Bell on the strong side. He is a solid overall athlete for the position. He shows solid play speed and can play sideline to sideline. He is active pre-snap. He plays with solid competes and has a very good motor. He shows the athletic ability to match up in man-to-man coverage. He can carry the tight end to the seam and on the deep out. He is a willing take-on player. He is a solid hitter and wrap-up tackler when he gets the runner in his sights. He plays well laterally. He can get over stacks and make plays out near the numbers. On the downside, he does not have many starts in his career, and he needs reps. He can get out of position, because he will take false steps at the snap. He is not quick to read run-pass, which takes away from some of his aggressiveness. He needs to learn to use his hands better to shed blocks in-line. He can get out of control at times and lose his containment. He does not have a real solid feel in zone coverage. He does not see routes develop in front of him and is slow to break on the ball. Overall, he is a talented player who should continue to get better. He has the speed and athletic ability to be a good starter, but he needs to get more comfortable with his reads and reactions.