Firing everyone with football operations input is the only move that makes sense for the Bears.
“I didn’t sign up to be 5-9,” Trestman says.
Bears owner George McCaskey was involved in a minor altercation with a New Orleans Saints fan during Monday’s night’s game at Soldier Field.
It’s a “toxic environment” in the Chicago locker room, CBSSports.com reports.
Bears chairman George McCaskey understands the frustration of Chicago fans.
The NFL’s open to cold-weather cities hosting the Super Bowl now, so there’s an outside chance for Chicago.
Soldier Field’s seating capacity is a challenge, but there could be adjustments made.
It’s Alshon, and Jeffery. Not that hard, really.
Bears Chairman George McCaskey indicated in a statement Friday morning that the team is now done retiring numbers.
Following Brian Urlacher’s retirement announcement, Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey has released the following statement:
Let’s all stop the stupidity over Brian Urlacher needing to keep some kind of pristine connection to the Bears, as if the mere sight of him limping around the field in any other colors is somehow unthinkable.
The Bears earned the name Monster of the Midway, but with Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall, the 2012 Bears have something to brag about on offense, as well.
When free agency opens up in less than four weeks, the Bears have the potential to make the biggest splash of all.
Though Phil Emery can’t fire Lovie Smith, the Bears are going to do everything in their power so he can succeed.
NFL expert Hub Arkush said that the Bears’ decision to retain head coach Lovie Smith regardless of who the new GM is may be hurting their search.
You can’t simultaneously hire a real general manager and reaffirm the alpha-dog status of your head coach. Not possible.
All hail your supreme football leader, Bears fans. It is apparent that Smith rules Halas Hall with a velvet hammer, fronting to the media and public with his folksy blandness and the stoicism of a Winslow Homer painting, all the while swinging a big stick behind closed doors.
If you closed your eyes and listened to Ted Phillips and George McCaskey talk about Jerry Angelo on Tuesday afternoon you might think you were at a retirement party listening to toasts for a beloved company man.
Actions may speak louder than words, yet without Bears chairman George McCaskey’s mantra that “winning world championships” is the team’s goal, Jerry Angelo would still be general manager.
On the heels of an 8-8 season that saw the Bears drop five-straight games, general manager Jerry Angelo has been fired.