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Jason Lieser covers the Chicago Bears for the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Clock’s ticking: Bears should try to wrap up general manager search this week

There’s a lot of work to do as the Bears prepare for free agency and the draft. The sooner they line up a general manager and coach, the better.

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Bears catch Bills fever, interview Joe Schoen, Brian Daboll; Leslie Frazier next

The Bills have gone 34-15 over the last three seasons after decades of misery and are fresh off throttling the Patriots in the playoffs. The Bears are considering three candidates from their organization.

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Ex-Dolphins coach Brian Flores could be what Bears need, but it’s complicated

Flores’ firing was the stunner of Black Monday. But there’s a reason why such a promising coach is available.

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7 questions for Bears amid pivotal offseason search for coach, general manager

The Bears crashed hard in 2021, but the good thing is it gives them a blank canvas this offseason. Will they get it right?

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Bears’ first head-coaching interview goes to Super Bowl winner Doug Pederson

The Bears kicked off formal interviews Wednesday with Pederson, who won big in Philadelphia before being fired after going 4-11-1 in 2020.

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Recycled head coaches present enticing candidacies for Bears opening

Three of the former head coaches who could be options for the Bears had winning records in their only other opportunity and reached a Super Bowl.

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Bill Polian not ideal choice to advise Bears, but it’s better than proceeding on their own

Bears chairman George McCaskey rebutted all objections to relying on Polian to help him decide the fates of Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy as well as selecting their replacements. But, ultimately, McCaskey’s legacy is on the line, not Polian’s.

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Housecleaning at Halas Hall: Bears get it wrong even when they get it right

The Bears finally fired Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace, but it was a year late, and chairman George McCaskey’s plan to move forward raised many questions.

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Next problem for Bears: What to do with president Ted Phillips?

Bears chairman George McCaskey said Monday he would shift the team’s management structure to keep Phillips focused on the new stadium project. The incoming general manager will report directly to ownership, but — confusingly — Phillips will still be part of the hiring process.

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 Los Bears despiden al entrenador Nagy y al gerente general

Incluso cuando Fields se destacó en las prácticas de temporada baja, Nagy siguió comprometido con Dalton para mariscal de campo.