Found January 19, 2013 on Bears Claws:
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Defensive backs coach Jon Hoke and defensive line coach Mike Phair will stay as part of new head coach Marc Trestman’s staff with the Chicago Bears, the team announced Saturday.  Gill Byrd, who worked primarily with the safeties, will not return. Hoke is well-liked and respected around the league and with the team’s secondary players. A former Bears player (briefly [...]
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