Kubiak staying put; Bears to interview Austin - Patrick Finley: Lions DC Teryl Austin will interview for the Bears’ head coaching vacancy Tuesday at Halas Hall; Gary Kubiak staying with Ravens (statement).
Bears to interview Austin; Kubiak stays put - Bob LeGere: No reports yet whether Bears plan second interviews of Broncos OC Adam Gase or Seahawks DC Dan Quinn. Brad Biggs: Broncos players supportive of Gase.
10 question marks for Bears and new GM - Patrick Finley: Expect the Bears to add a new head coach this week, provided Ryan Pace doesn’t have his eye on an assistant still locked in the NFL playoffs.
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McCaskey's Super Bowl goals won't change with GM change - Adam L. Jahns: The introduction of Ryan Pace felt different than the arrival of Phil Emery in 2012, and that includes George McCaskey, who has seemingly learned from the Bears’ past mistakes during his tenure, which started in 2011.
[Video] - Is-Hub Arkush and Not-Hubs Fishbain and Arkush recap the Bears' hiring of GM Ryan Pace.
1-on-1 with Ryan Pace - Jen Lada sits down with new Bears GM Ryan Pace for an exclusive interview about the hiring process and head coaching search [with Video].
Pace happy to get input from others - Bob LeGere: New GM knows his most important job in leading the Bears back to respectability is hiring the right head coach -- something he's never done before.
Pace an easy guy to root for - Barry Rozner: Ryan Pace's career is entirely unlikely, and that makes him easy to root for no matter where he goes in life, his latest stop being Lake Forest, where he's charged with fixing the personnel disaster that is the Bears.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - George H. McCaskey sits down in-studio with Jeff Joniak to discuss the Bears' new GM Ryan Pace. As does Ted Phillips.
Photos - ChicagoBears.com cameras followed Ryan Pace during his first full day at Halas Hall as GM.
Reviewing 2014: Experience, continuity, and luck - Tony Villiotti with a look at roster trends this past season. Importing players who got injured didn't work out so well for the Bears.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Brandon Marshall addresses the media from the grand opening of his second athletic performance facility, Fit Speed.
Know thy enemy: Packers 26, Cowboys 21 - (NFL.com) Game report and [Video] highlights. Rob Demovsky: Rapid Reaction ... An Aaron Rodgers throw and a win for the ages ... Mike Imrem: Nice to see Julius Peppers have a big game.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: HOFer Cris Carter's son, CFL All-Star receiver Duron Carte, says Vikings are his top choice when rules permit him to sign with a team come Feb. 10.
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