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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

TRESTMAN BACK FOR MORE

Marc Trestman will interview a second time for the Chicago Bears' head coaching job.

ESPN, citing sources, reported the Bears will conduct a second interview with Trestman this week, head coach of the CFL's Montreal Alouettes.

Seattle offensive co-ordinator Darrell Bevell will also interview a second time meaning the shortlist is down to two.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Bevell and defensive co-ordinator Gus Bradley were "heading toward second interviews." Bradley is in the running for the Philadelphia Eagles' job.

Bevell just finished his second season as Seattle's offensive co-ordinator and drew high praise for his work with rookie quarterback Russell Wilson. He also served as Minnesota's co-ordinator from 2006-10 and was an assistant in Green Bay before that, working with Brett Favre.

The Bears, who declined comment, are looking to replace the fired Lovie Smith.

(CP)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the Bears are smart and history has shown they rarely if ever have been they will hire Marc Trestman.

Larry said...

Trestman will take Scott Milanovich with him and the East Division will be in shambles!

Anonymous said...

Why would Milanovich leave? He can keep winning, and with his NFL background in a few years someone will be knocking on his door to run a show.

CFL guys getting NFL opportunities is long overdue. Don Mathews, Wally Buono, Ron Lancaster all of those guys could have went to the NFL. They stayed in the CFL and go to have total control over their situations.

Marc Trestman is going to make an outstanding NFL Head Coach. John Hufnagel if he so chose he could do the same thing. However Hufnagel has been there and done that, and probably has the best job in North America Football.

Mike from Vita, MB said...

Trestman would be a fine HC with "Da bears"

Anonymous said...

Hufnagel has the best job in North America Football?? Thought he was still with the Stamps. Huh, who knew.