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
Having been in their present jobs now for more than a few days and with more than a little NFL experience in their pasts, Bears general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox doubtless have for
There was reason for optimism a year ago. The offense was fixed.
One down, one to go.
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.