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GM Phil Emery was non-committal when asked if Brian Urlacher was part of the team’s future. We go to the film room to decipher if Urlacher will ever be the dominant player he once was.
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Chicago Bears legend Mike Ditka is at a loss trying to explain why a team that went 10-6 and narrowly missed the playoffs would fire its head coach, saying, "It really is stupid."
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Chicago Bears have requested to interview Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians for their vacant head coaching position.#Bears are 1st team to put in an interview request for #Colts OC Bruce Arians, I’m told. Won’t be the last. #Chargers among those interested— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 3, 2013Arians did a phenomenal...
The Chicago Bears fired Lovie Smith and the team's GM explained the thinking behind the controversial move by the franchise.
Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery said in a news conference Tuesday that he does not expect Devin Hester to retire. Hester said Monday that he would walk away after the team fired coach Lovie Smith. "Devin didn't come by," Emery said. "I saw the comments. I felt for Devin. Again, I take all that in context of these guys had played a long time. ... Devin...
The Chicago Bears made a surprising move on Monday when they fired head coach Lovie Smith. According to Mike Ditka, the move was idiotic. On Monday, the former Bears coach ripped the team for what he thinks is a big mistake.
“If Minnesota would have lost (Sunday) night and the Bears were in the playoffs this wouldn’t have happened,” Ditka told The Waddle & Silvy Show on...
Former Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith plans on coaching in
2013 and “is very interested” in the coaching vacancies of the Arizona
Cardinals and Buffalo Bills, reports NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Monday on NFL Network's
"NFL Total Access" that Smith plans to coach in 2013 and is very
interested in the Arizona Cardinals and...
The Chicago Bears have been granted permission to interview Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians.
The desire to speak with Arians seems to emphasize how intent the Bears are on bringing an offensive mind to Halas Hall.
Arians served as the Colts interim head coach for 12 weeks as head coach Chuck Pagano battled through leukemia and led the team to a 9-3 record. Pagano rejoined...
The Chicago Bears will not shy away from pursuing a coach just because he carries a high price tag, chairman of the board George McCaskey said according to Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune.
"Money was never a consideration, and its not going to be a consideration," McCaskey said Tuesday. "Our goal is to get the best guy for the Chicago Bears, and thats what...