The Chicago Bears and George McCaskey have wasted no time in starting their search for a new general manager and head coach.
We heard yesterday that the Bears had requested permission to interview Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier for the HC job and Morocco Brown of the Indianapolis Colts for the GM.
Both have ties to the Bears former as Frazier was a player and Brown worked in the front office during the mid-2000s.
We've learned of a couple more interview requests.
According to reports the Bears have also requested permission to speak to Bills OC Brian Daboll, Bucs OC Byron Leftwich and DC Todd Bowles along with Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett.
Daboll and Bowles are actually considered top targets on the market right now by various teams.
Daboll is a name that we'll hear a lot about over the coming days because of the work he's done with Josh Allen in Buffalo. He's learned from Bill Belichick, Nick Saban and of course current Bills' HC Sean McDermott.
Bowles is on the other hand is a defensive specialist who currently overseas one of the leagues best defenses in Tampa Bay.
Which of these four new names do you think would be a good fit?