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Raise your hand if you were contacted by the Chicago Bears about the head coaching vacancy over the past couple weeks.OK, you can lower your hand now. We all know Bears GM Phil Emery’s list of candidates was longer than the list of quarterbacks the Bears have been through since Jim McMahon. So it’s only fitting that the ultimate winner of this coaching search better suited for reality TV, has a long list of previous jobs.The winner in both cases…Marc Trestman. Who?I, too, asked the same question when I first heard the name last week. Trestman is a journeyman coach who has landed in 12 different cities covering three different levels. The mystery man has held coaching positions at the college level, in the NFL and most recently in the Canadian Football League.Don’t let the long laundry list fool you. He has been successful and as Bears personnel and fans have found out he has a bevy of endorsements from well respected men in the NFL. Super Bowl-winning coach Jimmy Johnson, former NFL...
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Brandon Marshall almost single-handedly carried the Chicago Bears’ anemic passing attack this season, catching nearly four times as many passes for more than twice as many yards as any other wideout on the Bears’ roster.
All that work took a hard toll on the seventh-year pro, and Marshall will now undergo arthroscopic hip surgery, ESPN.com’s Michael C. Wright reports. The...
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall needs to
undergo an arthroscopic procedure on his hip, according to Michael C. Wright of
ESPN Chicago. While the Bears are characterizing the surgery as “nothing,” it
is expected to sideline Marshall for two weeks.
While it has yet to be officially decided, it appears unlikely
that Marshall will play in the Jan. 27 Pro Bowl. He...
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 Chicago Bears are down to two candidates for their head
coaching vacancy, Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and
Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman, according to Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported earlier tonight that one of
them will be Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. Adam Schefter
of ESPN reports...
A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Bears have hired New Orleans Saints offensive line coach Aaron Kromer as their offensive coordinator.
The person spoke Wednesday on the condition of anonymity because the move had not been announced. Kromer will work under new coach Marc Trestman, who was hired to replace the fired Lovie Smith on Wednesday.
The Bears are trying...
The Chicago Bears will speak again with three candidates for their head-coaching job, ESPN.com reported Tuesday. The Bears are interviewing for a second time Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, Montreal Alouettes head coach Marc Trestman and Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll confirmed that Bevell and Seattle...
Aaron Kromer has accepted the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach jobs with the Chicago Bears under brand new head coach Marc Trestman.
The Chicago Bears have made Marc Trestman, former coach of the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, the 14th head coach in franchise history.
Just hours after being hired as the 14th head coach in Chicago Bears history, Marc Trestman didn’t waste any time going to work. He made two hires, naming former New Orleans Saints offensive line coach Aaron Kromer to offensive coordinator/offensive line coach. Kromer served as interim coach of the Saints at the beginning of the season, due to the fallout [...]