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Seven NFL clubs are looking for new coaches, and the Bears believe they have the most to offer. “You’re representing the greatest city in the world,” chairman George McCaskey said, “and a charter National Football League franchise.” He’s rightShare TweetSay what you want about Shea McClellin’s rookie season. Bears general manager Phil Emery considers his first first-round pick a success so far. Just watch the game from Dec. 2 against the Seattle Seahawks. “You will see everything that Shea can do asShare TweetCNNSI.com Jan 2, 2013The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks enter the 2012 postseason red hot and razor sharp. If momentum matters, they're heading for a collision course in New Orleans.Share Tweet
Got My Mojo Working: No one is hotter than the Seahawks heading into t…CNNSI.com Jan 2, 2013No one is hotter than the Seahawks heading into the playoffs. Where does everyone else stand? Kerry J. Byrne breaks down each team's momentum before the postseason begins.Share Tweet
Inside Slant: Still talking Bears QB strength!ESPN.com Jan 2, 2013Many of you lit me up for Monday's suggestion that the presence of quarterback Jay Cutler will make the Chicago Bears an attractive franchise for head-coaching candidates. You pointed out Cutler's flaws, many of which are accurate, but in my mind you ig…Share TweetWe can now update our earlier post on the Chicago Bears' request to interview Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements for their head coaching position. Clements confirmed to a pair of reporters in Green By that the Packers have granted him …Share TweetCurrently, seven NFL teams are shopping for a new head coach — and other clubs could soon be joining them. There’s a number of candidates and many flavors. Up-and-coming college coach (Chip Kelly, for example). Proven Super Bowl champion (Jon Gruden aShare TweetIn the hours after the Chicago Bears fired coach Lovie Smith, it was fair to expect anger and even empty threats from a group of players who had grown close to him over the years. Middle linebacker Brian Urlacher, for one, freely acknowledged that "…Share Tweet