Bears’ coaching search
He’s given no indication as to when, but Bill Cowher said he plans to coach again.
Is Nick Saban worth a look?
As the search for Lovie Smith’s replacement rolls on, the Bears made a quick stop with a familiar face.
If one thing is certain, Bears general manager Phil Emery isn’t overlooking anyone as he searches for Lovie Smith’s replacement.
Happy New Year. Let’s be honest—2012 really sucked for Chicago sports. Outside of college football, with the either loved or hated Notre Dame, Northwestern being above average in a bad B1G conference, and the 14 people that were Northern Illinois football fans before the season started, rooting for teams here was very banana-esque.
Bill Cowher hasn’t walked the sidelines of an NFL game since he retired following the 2006 season – one year after he led his Pittsburgh Steelers to a Super Bowl championship.
This is the first in a series where I take a look at some of the top candidates, providing information on their background, strengths, scheme, and what skill position players the Bears would need to add to properly execute their system. First up is Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.
Bears general manager Phil Emery has another name on his list of head coaching candidates.
The Bears are in the process of trying to find a head coach because of their inability to build a consistent offense in the Lovie Smith tenure.
Time is valuable when hiring a new head coach, but don’t expect the Bears to make any hasty decisions when searching for Lovie Smith’s replacement.
While many questions still linger around Halas Hall in the wake of Lovie Smith’s firing earlier this week, one thing is certain: Smith’s players loved playing for him.
As Bears general manager Phil Emery begins his search to find Lovie Smith’s replacement, he’ll do so by interviewing Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements.
It wasn’t much, but it could be enough to stir the last remnants of aging Ditkaphiles, so look out. Some still live among us, and still have the navy-blue sweater.
Bears general manager Phil Emery said Tuesday it was a “tough decision” to fire Lovie Smith as head coach after nine years on the job, but he said the team did not have enough offensive success under Smith, and it was time to go in a new direction.
No matter who the Bears find to replace Lovie Smith, the franchise is going to make a concerted effort to improve the offense.
We’re just minutes into the post-Lovie Smith era, but as we await official word from general manager Phil Emery, I thought I’d take a quick glance at a few names to watch for the Bears’ new head coaching vacancy.