The Trib’s Brad Biggs examines, in-depth, Chicago’s new head coach and the majority of his staff that has already been hired.
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The Bears took a swing for the fences by choosing Marc Trestman to be the 14th head coach in team history, an NFL source told the Tribune early Wednesday. The Bears made it official with a news release shortly after 4 a.m. Trestman will be introduced Thursday at a 10 a.m. news conference.
Brad Biggs of the Tribune lists the pluses and negatives to the final three candidates (Arians, Bevell and Trestman).
The Trib’s Dan Pompei analyzes the final three candidates and predicts when fans can expect an announcement for the next head coach.
TSN football insider Dave Naylor informs Bears’ fans everything they need to know about the CFL head coach and explores if he’s right for the job.
Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery has at least three interviews scheduled for this weekend but Jimmy Johnson strongly implies a choice has been made for the next head coach of the team.
According to the Fox analyst and former coach of the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins, Marc Trestman will be the next head coach of the Bears. That is what Johnson wrote early this morning on his personal Twitter account. A Bears spokesman declined comment, saying the team would maintain the policy it adopted when the coaching search process began.
Plus, Al Roker poops his pants.
Former Packers’ lineman Mark Tauscher gives his thoughts on the Bears QB & Emery’s wide-reaching head coach search.
Mike Chappell of the Indy Star states his case why the Colts OC would be great for the Bears head coaching job.
Green Bay Press Gazette’s Rob Demovsky thinks the Packers’ OC may need a little more time before becoming a head coach.