When Lovie Smith was let go on New Year’s Eve, no player took the firing harder than Devin Hester.
Phil Emery wants to win now. He said it himself, and his roster moves – particularly those in the trade and free agent market – back up the rhetoric.
n the minutes after Devin Hester found out Lovie Smith had been fired, the greatest return man in NFL history shocked the league.
D.J. Moore is no more in Chicago.
Rather than take a position as a defensive coordinator, former Bears head coach Lovie Smith will likely sit out the 2013 season.
Jim Caldwell nearly went undefeated as a rookie coach in Indianapolis three years ago and he’s one win away from returning to the Super Bowl as an assistant with Baltimore.
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired Dave Toub to be their next special teams coordinator, the team announced Tuesday afternoon.
Here are 10 very important questions Phil Emery will have answer this offseason after he finds his new head coach.
Former Bears head coach Lovie Smith will interview with the San Diego Chargers Friday, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport.
hicago Bears wide receiver/return specialist Devin Hester has sold his home in Gurnee, Ill. for $322,000.
This is the second in a series where I take a look at some of the top candidates’ background, strengths, scheme, and what skill position players the Bears would need to add to properly execute their system.
One week after he was dismissed by the Bears, Lovie Smith will get a shot at the Eagles’ head coaching position.
Is Nick Saban worth a look?
If one thing is certain, Bears general manager Phil Emery isn’t overlooking anyone as he searches for Lovie Smith’s replacement.
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.
This week, Ditka’s comments about Smith’s firing got me curious about how “Da Coach” fared against winning teams during his coaching career with the Bears. Additionally, I wondered how the coaches in between Ditka and Lovie – Dave Wannstedt and Dick Jauron – held against top competition during their time in Chicago.
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.
Days after he was fired as Bears head coach, Lovie Smith will reportedly interview for the Buffalo Bills head coaching position.
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.