Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired Dave Toub to be their next special teams coordinator, the team announced Tuesday afternoon.
Bears special teams coach Dave Toub reportedly interviewed with the Carolina Panthers Wednesday and has an interview set up with the Kansas City Chiefs.
As the search for Lovie Smith’s replacement rolls on, the Bears made a quick stop with a familiar face.
Maybe Hester was overreacting in the heat of the moment, but the writing is on the wall: his days as a Chicago Bear are over.
Here are my grades following the Bears’ 26-24 win over the Lions Sunday at Ford Field:
Dave Toub understands the criticism the coaching staff is receiving, but he insists that Smith is the right man for the Bears.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following their 28-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday.
If Rod Marinelli doesn’t win Assistant Coach Of The Year, then they need to get rid of the award.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following the their 23-10 loss to the Packers at Lambeau Field.
With the ink still wet on his new, two-year contract with the Bears signed Tuesday, special teams coordinator Dave Toub joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to discuss the state of the Bears.
Toub interviewed for the head coaching job with the Miami Dolphins, but will stay with the Bears instead. His contract with the Bears expired at the end of the season.
Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub will interview with the Dolphins for their vacant head-coaching position.
When one of the most respected coaches in NFL history releases a 27-year-old, two-time Pro Bowler that he used a first-round draft pick on in 2007, there must be something the rest of the league isn’t seeing.
It’s only Week 4, but don’t get it twisted, this is a big game for the Bears. You don’t want to have a three-game losing streak and you don’t want to lose an NFC game at home.
Well, the regular season is here. Let’s take a look at what’s on your mind in this week’s mailbag as the Bears get ready for Week 1 vs. Atlanta.
Bears reserve running back Kahlil Bell may have sparked Saturday night with 73 yards on 13 rushes and 48 yards on two catches, but his true value still lies on special teams.
After kicking off from the 30-yard line on two first half kickoffs Saturday, Bears special teams coach Dave Toub confirmed that the NFL told them they had to move up to the 35-yard line for the second half.
Reports surfaced on Wednesday that the framework for a new collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and the players could be finalized by this weekend, and officially agreed on by July.
If you talk to players about the NFL game, they all will tell you that the kickoff is the most dangerous play in the game.