There are a lot of smart men leading sports franchises in Chicago now.
The Bears’ special teams struggles in 2014 have been quantified.
Fangio’s 3-4 base is predicated on physical and instinctive play up front.
John Fox’s hire of Gase adds yet another quality coach to the Bears’ staff.
John Fox has brought in a familiar face to run the offense.
Mike Ditka is weighing in on Jay Cutler, the new coach of the Bears, football concussions and kids, and even Chicago politics. He talked with reporters, including CBS 2’s Mike Parker.
John Fox is quickly reshaping the Bears’ coaching staff.
Fox must not worry about the Bears’ past when building their future.
The Bears’ actions are matching the rhetoric at Halas Hall, which is a refreshing change.
There’s a different vibe around Halas Hall after Fox’s hiring as coach.
Fangio has directed a top-five defense each of the past four seasons in San Francisco.
Also, John Fox gives his take on rounding out a coaching staff.
“He became the perfect man to lead our charge,” GM Ryan Pace says.
The hiring of new coach John Fox is a “game-changer,” Bears president Ted Phillips said.
Ryan Pace was “thoughtful and decisive” in his hiring of new Bears coach John Fox.
“I’m looking forward to this challenge,” Fox says.
Rodgers spent the last four seasons with John Fox in Denver.
General manager Ryan Pace has started putting together his personnel department.
Fox discussed how things ended in Denver and his excitement about Chicago.
John Fox has some historic marks in his coaching record.