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Marc Trestman hires Mel Tucker as Bears’ defense coordinator

Marc Trestman hires Mel Tucker as Bears’ defense coordinator

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…
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