This is the January 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Bears rumors and news.
More than a dozen head-coach candidates were interviewed over the last two weeks, and Bears general manager Phil Emery will conduct second interviews with at least three of them in the coming days. Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, …Upvote Share Tweet
Earlier tonight, David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune reported that the Bears have two finalists for their head-coaching job. That number may actually be three. According to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians al…Upvote Share TweetOn Sunday, I weighed in on why I disagree with Tim Ryan, the former Bears defensive tackle and current FOX analyst who was the only All-Pro voter who didn’t cast a vote for Lions receiver Calvin Johnson. On Monday, Ryan called me and gave me his explanaUpvote Share Tweetsuntimes.com Updated Jan 14, 2013SEAN JENSEN: Four more teams were eliminated from Super Bowl contention this weekend, but the Bears were among the beneficiaries as they prepare to take the next step in their coaching search.Upvote Share TweetIn a bit of a departure, since he is neither a college coach nor named Kelly, the Eagles have announced they have interviewed former Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt for their head coaching job. And even more candidates are on deck, as they continue Bears…Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Jan 14, 2013Disappointed in how the playoffs' started? With offense everywhere and legends making their mark, for good and bad, the divisional round easily made up for it, writes Peter King.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL mailbag -- Running QBs have leg up, for nowJan 14The pistol and read option have staying power, but defenses will eventually adjust. Plus, reader questions.
Peter King: Offensive outburst, meeting of legends set up conference final…Jan 14DENVER -- Ray Lewis was sick Saturday night, 90 minutes after the Ravens had stunned the Broncos here, and he was waiting in a stadium anteroom to be connected with Deion Sanders for an NFL Network interview. "Flu?'' someone asked him. He nodded in…