The Bears have lost coaches, specifically coordinators, even in-season, to head-coaching jobs, albeit not always to NFL jobs.
For a time, an 0-4 start to a Bears season wasn’t all that noteworthy.
For so many years it was reasonable to debate which had done more damage to Chicago: Mrs. O’Leary’s cow or Brett Favre.
Add the Indianapolis Colts to the list of NFL teams — including the Bears — that had brushes with Nick Saban but weren’t willing to cede to him the kind of organizational control, or money, that h
During the owners meetings this Spring in Arizona, John Fox was asked how long it would take to turn around a Bears defense that was historically bad for the past two years.