This is bad for the Bears, casting a pall of doubt and distrust over every level of ownership and management, just at the time new energy from the very top spurred the kind of regime change that inspired fans to embrace some hope.
While the Bears’ signing of McDonald didn’t cause McDonald to commit domestic battery (again), it sent a message to its players and potential victims that they stand firmly behind whatever stories their players choose to tell them.
Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey admitted they’d first have to solve the problem of the stadium being about 8,000 seats too small for what the NFL wants for a Super Bowl.
Forte has also skipped the team’s voluntary practices recently.
Bears owner McCaskey joined the Mully and Hanley Show on Monday morning.
McCaskey’s recent shortsighted comments on sexual/domestic violence underscore a big NFL issue.
We’re quick to use “innocent until proven guilty” to compartmentalize when rooting for our favorite athletes.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards spoke with one abuse victim’s advocate outraged by the signing.
As a consultant, Accorsi brought out the truth in candidates, George McCaskey says.
Also, John Fox gives his take on rounding out a coaching staff.
Ryan Pace was “thoughtful and decisive” in his hiring of new Bears coach John Fox.
Ryan Pace worked from intern to top football executive in just 14 years.
Pace will learn a lot about himself quickly.
“For the Bears to have sustained success, we must build through the draft,” Pace says.
The hiring of Ryan Pace as GM marks a big step for the Bears franchise.
Accorsi reportedly didn’t sit in on the interview with Adam Gase.
Off they go on their merry hunt, George McCaskey and Ted Phillips all in tweed and ear-flapped caps, with Ernie Accorsi pacing alongside as their wily guide.
Chicago needs someone who’s bee a pro personnel or college scouting director.
“We’re fed up with mediocrity,” Bears chairman George McCaskey said Monday.
The new Bears GM and coach will decide the fate of the remaining assistant coaches.