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  1. Bears fire personnel director

    JEFF DICKERSON

    Chicago Bears senior director of pro personnel Bobby DePaul has been relieved of his duties, the team announced Monday. DePaul headed the organization's pro personnel department for the last nine seasons. According to the team's media guide, DePau...

    Blog | February 15, 2010
  2. Super Bowl XLIV: Final thoughts

    JEFF DICKERSON

    MIAMI -- Sitting on a bus in bumper-to-bumper traffic trying to leave Sun Life Stadium has afforded me the opportunity to jot down a few final thoughts: It's amazing how a short quarterback like Drew Brees can stand in the pocket and survey the ...

    Blog | February 07, 2010
  3. Bears name Marinelli DC

    JEFF DICKERSON

    The Chicago Bears promoted Rod Marinelli to defensive coordinator, the team announced Friday. The team also hired Eric Washington as defensive line coach, Shane Day as quarterbacks coach, Andrew Hayes-Stoker as offensive quality control and Mikal ...

    Blog | February 05, 2010
  4. Former Bear gets shot with Colts

    JEFF DICKERSON

    MIAMI -- Indianapolis Colts defensive end Ervin Baldwin will be the only ex-Chicago Bears player active during Sunday's Super Bowl at Sun Life Stadium. And he might have to play a significant role. "I'll be playing special teams, maybe some defen...

    Blog | February 02, 2010
  5. Turner pushed for former Illini star Thomas

    JEFF DICKERSON

    MIAMI -- For a brief moment nearly three years ago, New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas thought he might end up playing for his hometown Chicago Bears after receiving a phone call from his former college coach, Ron Turner. "[Turner, then...

    Blog | February 02, 2010
  6. Bears face tough decision between Martz, Rogers

    JEFF DICKERSON

    FT. LAUDERDALE -- NFL front office types are paid big bucks to make tough decisions. Well, it's time for the certain members of the Chicago Bears organization to earn their money, because choosing between Mike Martz and Kevin Rogers for the team's va...

    Blog | January 31, 2010
  7. Martz interview makes perfect sense

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- Interviewing Mike Martz should not be perceived as a sign of desperation by the Chicago Bears. Look at the facts. Martz has been an NFL coordinator at three different stops (St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers), guidin...

    Blog | January 29, 2010
  8. Syracuse not option for Rogers

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- If the Chicago Bears are seriously interested in hiring Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks coach Kevin Rogers to be their next offensive coordinator, then another major obstacle was removed on Friday. There had been strong speculation Roger...

    Blog | January 29, 2010
  9. Bears should target Norm Chow

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- As we continue to recommend possible candidates for the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator position, let's shift our focus to someone currently coaching in the college game: UCLA offensive coordinator Norm Chow. Chow has 34 years of ex...

    Blog | January 26, 2010
  10. Jones: Kevin Rogers would 'fit in well' with Bears

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- Prior to joining the Minnesota Vikings as quarterbacks coach in 2006, Kevin Rogers -- reportedly a potential candidate for the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator position -- spent four seasons at Virginia Tech. During his first two yea...

    Blog | January 26, 2010
  11. Hard to blame Bears for Jackson

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- There was nothing sinister behind Hue Jackson's decision to bypass the Chicago Bears in favor of the Oakland Raiders. To put it simply, the Raiders were ready to make an offer, the Bears were not. If this entire drawn out coordinator se...

    Blog | January 26, 2010
  12. Hasselbeck: Hue Jackson 'really has a presence'

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- Former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst Tim Hasselbeck knows current Baltimore Ravens' quarterbacks coach Hue Jackson from their days together with the Washington Redskins. Back in 2003, Jackson was Washington's offense coordinator...

    Blog | January 25, 2010
  13. Did the Bears miss out on Chudzinski?

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- Rob Chudzinski is good enough for Norv Turner, Cam Cameron and Marty Schottenheimer. But he's not good enough for the Chicago Bears? Believe it or not, there was some speculation Sunday that Chudzinski failed to "blow away" the Bears...

    Blog | January 24, 2010
  14. Scopes routine for NFL players

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte had his left knee scoped following the conclusion of the regular season, a source close to the player confirmed Thursday. Such procedures are considered routine maintenance in the life of an NFL pla...

    Blog | January 21, 2010
  15. No extra draft picks for Bears' in wake of Adams' death

    JEFF DICKERSON

    Although the Gaines Adams' tragedy is less then 12 hours old, we feel somewhat compelled -- based on the inordinate amount of e-mails and texts -- to provide clarification on the issue of NFL compensatory draft picks. Many have wondered if the lea...

    Blog | January 17, 2010
  16. Bears players react to news of Gaines Adams' death

    JEFF DICKERSON

    CHICAGO -- Chicago Bears players reacted with a mixture of surprise and sadness upon learning about defensive end Gaines Adams' sudden passing. Since most of Adam's teammates were hearing the news for the first time when contacted by ESPNChicago.com,...

    Blog | January 17, 2010