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suntimes.com Updated Jan 18, 2013
During a long day of interviews and introductions, new Bears coach Marc Trestman found himself seated in a circle with reporters in the middle of the Halas Hall media room Thursday afternoon. He said he would have liked to have kept defensive coordinato…Share Tweet
Chicago continued its frenetic pace of adding to the coaching staff, and is finalizing a deal to bring in former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive coordinator Mel Tucker for the same position with the Bears, according to NFL sources.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 18, 2013When Raheem Morris signed on to coach the Redskins defensive backs before this season, many felt that it would be a temporary stop on the way back up the ladder for the former Buccaneers head coach. Morris is getting chances to prove those people right.…Share Tweet
NFL says it is considering changes to Rooney RuleCNNSI.com Jan 18, 2013Jim 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.Share Tweetnytimes.com Jan 18, 2013Eight N.F.L. teams hired coaches in the past few weeks. Not a single hire was African-American.Share TweetLAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- The Chicago Bears have hired Matt Cavanaugh as their quarterbacks coach and Skip Peete as their running backs coach.Share Tweet
Brian Urlacher’s future in Chicago unclearprofootballtalk.com Jan 18, 2013Since arriving as a first-round draft pick in 2000, Brian Urlacher has been one of the Bears’ best and most popular players. But he may not have a future in Chicago. New Bears coach Marc Trestman was asked twice on Thursday about Urlacher’s future, anShare TweetThe Marc Trestman and Lovie Smith coaching regimes already have one thing in common: Both head coaches wanted Rod Marinelli as defensive coordinator when they were hired and couldn’t get him. Trestman said Marinelli declined the opportunity to return asShare Tweet