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Moving quickly with their head coaching search, the Chicago Bears will reportedly interview Montreal CFL head coach Marc Trestman, Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, and Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians as finalists for the club’s vacant head coaching position. In fact, it’s believed that Trestman has already had his second visit with the Bears, spending part of Sunday and [...]
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The Chicago Bears reportedly have hired Marc Trestman as their next head coach. Trestman has spent the last five seasons in the CFL.
According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have hired former Montreal Allouettes head coach Marc Trestman as their next head coach. An NFL source just told me #Bears will hire Marc Trestman as the next head coach. — Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) January 16, 2013 Trestman is a highly regarded coach that won multiple Gray Cup championships in the CFL. Need NFL Tickets...
Trestman in Grey Cup form. (Photo coachmarctrestman.com)
CHICAGO - The Bears have found Lovie Smith's successor.
Early Wednesday morning, in a team press release, Chicago announced they have hired Marc Trestman as the 14th coach in team history. Trestman has spent the last eight years out of the NFL, and won back-to-back Grey Cups with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes in...
Tweet Since firing Lovie Smith in late December, the Chicago Bears have been interviewing candidates for their vacant head coaching position left and right. The position is now no longer vacant. Early Wednesday morning, the Bradd Biggs and Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune announced that Marc Trestman, formerly the coach of the Canadian Football [...]
The news broke late last night that the Chicago Bears are set to announce Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman as their new head coach today according the Chicago Tribune, and was made official by a 4 AM press release by the team announcing the hiring. Yes, a coach out of the Canadian Football League, so get ready to hear the word “unconventional” a few thousand times in the...
The long and controversial search for a new Chicago Bears head coach is coming to an end.
According to David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have narrowed their search for a new head coach down to just two candidates: Marc Trestman of the Montreal Alouettes and Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
The two candidates will be brought back by Chicago for another interview...
The Chicago Bears have hired Marc Trestman to replace Lovie Smith, as their next coach. Are the Bears making a full minyan move (Gabe Carimi and Adam Podlesh)? Click HERE for more. We hope to have more soon.
The Chicago Bears announced that they hired Marc Trestman to be their new head coach. The Bears were also looking at Bruce Arians and Darrell Bevell, but informed the two other candidates that they were going to hire Trestman. Marc will leave his current position as the head coach for the Canadian Football League’s Alouettes. He was the coach for the Alouettes since 2008. Under...
The Chicago Bears ended an extensive coaching search with the hiring of Marc Trestman, an offensive-minded coach who was an assistant with the Vikings more than two decades ago.
The Chicago Bears have made Marc Trestman, former coach of the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, the 14th head coach in franchise history.
The Chicago Bears searched far and wide for their new head coach, and in the end, they went across the border to bring Marc Trestman back to the United States. Trestman, who coached the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League for the last five seasons, will be the next head coach of the [...]
The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Trestman current head coach of the Montreal Alouettes will become the 14th Head Coach in Chicago Bears team history.
I guess Jimmy Johnson was right.
Following Sunday’s interview with Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, Chicago Bears General Manager Phil Emery has seemingly completed his initial round of interviews. To date, 13 known candidates have met with the Bears, and Emery professed to wanting to have a coach in place in time for post-season all-star games. The two most well-known showcases for draft...
The Chicago Bears have interviewed 13 candidates for their head coaching position since general manager Phil Emery fired Lovie Smith the day after the Bears fell short of the playoffs at 10-6.
It appears as if the Bears have strong interest in three of the 13 candidates (Darrell Bevell, Marc Trestman, Bruce Arians). All three are expected to come to the Chicago area for a second...