About this time 20 years ago, former Bears personnel chief Bill Tobin was general manager of “Bears South,” turning around the Indianapolis Colts in no small part using players who followed him do
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