Bowles, Quinn are Vegas favorites to be next Bears coach

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In this July 16, 2014, photo, Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, front right, watches NFL football training camp along with defensive players Deone Bucannon (36), Trevardo Williams (48), Jonathan Brown (45), Kenny Demens (54) and Glenn Carson (56) in Glendale, Ariz. Bowles is a master strategist, although he downplays how much that factors into the team’s success. “I’m one of the first guys to say you’ve got to have players to win games,” he said. “If you don’t have the players, you’ve got no shot. The Heat without LeBron, Wade and Bosch, if they ran a scheme, they wouldn’t win anything.” (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Arizona defensive coordinator Todd Bowles is a 3-to-1 favorite to become the Chicago Bears’ next head coach, according to bookmakers at

Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is next at 4-to-1, and former Bills coach Doug Marrone is 8-to-1.

The Bears fired Marc Trestman a week ago, and there are even odds for where the former coach will end up:

-NFL offensive coordinator: 4-to-1

-NFL QB coach: 4-to-1

-Unemployed: 8-to-1

-Television: 15-to-1

-NFL head coach: 22-to-1

Check out the odds for all the out-of-work coaches and the teams looking to fill vacancies here.

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