Ted Phillips will conduct the search for a new GM with help from Lovie Smith. Two key factors the Bears will use in the hiring process will be an emphasis on talent evaluation and keeping Smith as the head coach.
Don't expect the Bears to find their new general manager or offensive coordinator quickly, says CSNChicago.com's John Mullin.
Mike Martz has resigned from his position as offensive coordinator of the Bears due to "philosophical differences." In addition, quarterbacks coach Shane Day has been let go reports CSNChicago.com's John Mullin.
CSNChicago.com's John Mullin says the Bears will be looking for a new GM that has a strong "personnel" mind largely in part because of Jerry Angelo's struggles in the draft.
The biggest question surrounding the Bears following the firing of Jerry Angelo is who will take his place? Bill Polian is a candidate after being fired by the Colts. Would he be a good fit?
CSNChicago.com's John Mullin takes a look back at Jerry Angelo's tenure as GM of the Bears -- from his hiring in 2001, his firing and everything in between.
Lovie Smith won't be following Jerry Angelo out the door, as the Bears announced on Tuesday that he will remain as head coach.
Jerry Angelo will not return to the Bears as the team's general manager in 2012. CSN & CSNChicago.com will air the Bears' LIVE press conference from Halas Hall today at 4:00 p.m. Complete Angelo coverage >>
Brian Urlacher limped off the field in the Bears' final game, but an MRI shows no ACL damage for the Pro Bowl linebacker and he should be completely ready for the start of next season.
Jerry Angelo told Matt Forte the Bears would put forth a great effort to get the star running back re-signed. Six months later, Forte is still unhappy with the result.