NBC's Mike Florio joins David Kaplan and CTL Wednesday to discuss the head coaching vacancies in the NFL and who may be a front-runner for the Bears' gig - 1/9
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Towers says he wants to come back eventually. Is there any way can come back sooner maybe this year if the right situation was presented to them. I don't think it would happen this year the results for all four in the Pittsburgh post gazette that it's something it's more like four or five years. Down the road that we'll put our news sixty years of age before returning started it out. Since after the 2006. Season so I'm not sure exactly what he's thinking I think every coach wants to come back in the right situation. There's been some speculation that towers waiting for the Giants job. To become available and that's when he would come back of course that would require. Tom Coughlin to finally retire there's been some speculation that maybe he'd be gone by now it could be the towers waiting for that jobs come open and that's the one that he would come back -- it. -- who got thirteen names that the Bears have expressed interest in who is the front runner right now. Well if you had a dart board that I can use that may hear about it by the front earners thirteen candidates. And -- that we know -- -- -- been saying for a week now that the most intriguing candidate would be colts' offensive coordinator Bruce there is because the Bears need somebody. Who can strike the right relationship. With Jay Cutler the quarterback who if you haven't heard can be a little bit of a handful -- Bruce -- had a great friendship not just a great relationship for great friendship. With Ben Roethlisberger -- areas was the Steelers offense coordinator so from that perspective. Areas makes sense also makes sense because unlike any other coordinator where you elevated to a head coaching job and hope that he can do that job earnings did that job with three months. While chuck Pavano the head coach of the Colts was receiving leukemia treatment so I like areas. It looks like they'll average general manager is going to go off -- but at this point it's anyone's guess when Emery ultimately does.