The news will be when a player states publicly that he does not want to be back with his current team. All that accomplishes is shrinking the player’s market by one. So, predictably, D.J.
Lovie Smith's time as a former NFL head coach might not last very long.
When the 10-6 Bears failed to make the 2012 playoffs, it was the last but not really the main reason for Lovie Smith being fired as Bears coach.
He has been arguably the Bears’ single best defensive player this season, if for no other reason than given the injuries and performance issues that have beset so many of his teammates.