New Bears general manager Ryan Pace knows what he’s getting into, whether he’s willing to say so or not right now.
The obvious prime directive for new general manager Ryan Pace is to improve the football product on the field. That’s going to involve two things: coach selection, and draft.
When Bears Chairman George McCaskey and President Ted Phillips set forth the parameters of their search for a new general manager and head coach, the word “urgency” was prominent in the discussion
The Bears announced on Thursday afternoon they have hired Ryan Pace as their new general manager.
Despite the transfer rumor mill getting started earlier this week, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly expects quarterback Everett Golson to stay in South Bend in 2015.