A league source confirmed to the Sun-Times that the Bears are planning to interview Alouettes coach Marc Trestman for their vacancy. The Sun-Times has confirmed reports that long-time NFL quarterback guru Marc Trestman, currently the head coach of the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, will interview for the Bears’ head coaching vacancy. Trestman helped train Tim Tebow before the 2010 draft, which would put the Bears in the speculation conversation regarding possible landing spots for Tebow in 2013. “I think Marc is a strong candidate because he has a history of working with veteran [quarterbacks],” Popp told the Sun-Times. The Chicago Bears aren't limiting their coaching search to the American game. He was hired for his first coaching job at the University of Miami in 1981 when he was a law school student and became the quarterbacks coach in 1983, when Bernie Kosar led the Hurricanes to Miami’s first national championship.