After a Saturday filled with some of the best NFL playoff games in recent memory, the Bears' coaching search is coming into focus as several options are now uninhibited.
Bears Insider John 'Moon' Mullin weighs in on Adam Schefter's Saturday reports concerning Chicago's head coaching search and GM Phil Emery's interviewing process.
The Associated Press announced its 2012 NFL All-Pro team Saturday, including four Chicago Bears
Insider John 'Moon' Mullin explains how the Bears are getting help in their coaching search while teams are hiring candidates Phil Emery isn't interested in.
No, Marc Trestman has not been named the head coach of the Chicago Bears. But Wikipedia, as it so often does, jumped the gun on the news of Jimmy Johnson's tweet and made it so.
Jimmy Johnson tweeted earlier this morning that Canadian Football League coach Marc Trestman was headed to Chicago, but those reports have been shot down by multiple sources.
Brian Kelly recently came up in discussions as a candidate to replace Andy Reid in Philadelphia or Lovie Smith in Chicago. This seemed to take members of the media by surprise, but not Jim Miller.
Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison will interview with Bears GM Phil Emery on Friday for the team's head coaching position. In the meantime, Lovie Smith has an uphill battle ahead of him.
Rick Dennison is one of a dozen candidates the Bears are looking at to replace Lovie Smith. This makes sense, Jim Miller says, as Dennison is a master of pounding the run game.