Comcast SportsNet and CSNChicago.com will carry the live press conference as the Bears introduce Marc Trestman to the media in the Mugs Halas Hall Auditorium at 11:00 a.m. To find the channel in your location, click on CSN's channel finder. The live stream can be watched here.
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On Wednesday morning, the Bears announced the hiring of Trestman as their 14th head coach in franchise history. The 57-year-old Trestman has 17 years of coaching experience in the NFL and has helped his teams to eight playoff appearances, a trip to the Super Bowl and back-to-back Grey Cup titles.
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Here's a look at each stop in Trestman's coaching career:
1981-84: University of Miami (QB coach)
1985-86: Minnesota Vikings (RB coach)
1987: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (QB)
1988-89: Cleveland Browns (QBOC)
1990-91: Minnesota Vikings (QB)
1995-96: San Francisco 49ers (QBOC)
1997: Detroit Lions (QB)
1998-00: Arizona Cardinals (QBOC)
2001-03: Oakland Raiders (QBOC)
2004: Miami Dolphins: (assistant head coach)
2005-06: North Carolina State (OC)
2008-12: Montreal Alouettes (head coach)
2103-Present: Chicago Bears (head coach)
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In addition to his coaching career, Trestman has also consulted several college quarterbacks leading up the NFL Draft. The list includes: Jay Cutler, Tim Tebow, Jason Campbell, Jimmy Clausen, Brandon Weeden and Brock Osweiler.
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The Bears also officially announced the hiring of Aaron Kromer as the offensive coordinatoroffensive line coach and Joe DeCamillis as the assistant head coachspecial teams coordinator. As of Wednesday night, there were reports Rod Marinelli was likely to leave the Bears. Find out more at today's press conference.