The Bears' general manager situation may be a little unsettling but John 'Moon' Mullin says it's nothing compared to what's going on with the Raiders. But could it become that way in 2013?
With Mike Tice now at the helm of the offense, the Bears will be hiring a passing coordinator, a quarterbacks coach and an offensive line coach.
Lovie Smith says Mike Tice has the same vision that he has for the Bears' offense -- a strong running game with a big-play pass attack. CSNChicago.com's John Mullin takes a closer look.
The Bears promoted offensive line coach Mike Tice to offensive coordinator on Friday, replacing Mike Martz who parted ways with the organization earlier in the week. CSNChicago.com's John Mullin breaks down the move.
The Bears own the 19th overall pick in the upcoming draft and CSNChicago.com's John Mullin writes that a couple of GM candidates have had success with that pick in the past.
As Ted Phillips and the Bears sit back and weigh their options for the next general manager, other teams are making moves and grabbing candidates the Bears were likely interested in.
A big reason for Jerry Angelo's dismissal was his poor drafting throughout the years. CSNChicago.com's John Mullin takes a look back at the former GM's failed draft strategy.
The Oakland Raiders are in a similar situation as the Bears at the moment with their current head coach involved in the process of finding a new GM. Could the two teams be interested in the same guy?
Many of Jerry Angelo's draft picks haven't panned out for the Bears, but CSNChicago.com's John Mullin points out that some have gone on to be successful for other teams.
CSNChicago.com's John Mullin says Jerry Angelo didn't lose his job because of how the Bears ended their season but instead because of the Christmas Day loss to the rival Packers.