The Bears Have Interviewed Five Coaches So Far.

Published January 6, 2018 at 12:44

The Chicago Bears and general manager Ryan Pace have interviewed five people for their vacant head coaching position so far with a sixth interview coming on Sunday. So far, Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio along with New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, Vikings defensive coordinator George Edwards and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback coach John DeFilippo have all sat down for interviews. The sixth candidate, Kansas Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, will interview on Sunday because the Chiefs play on Saturday. It's already been confirmed that no matter the result of the game Saturday, Nagy will interview with both the Bears and Colts on Sunday. Out of all those names, John DeFilippo seems to stick out the most. The 39 year old QB coach has done wonders with Eagles QB Carson Wentz and of course it would be a dream come true if he could do the same with Mitch Trubisky. Despite being only 39, he's been around the league for quite sometime having coached the Raiders QB's from 2007-08, the Jets QB's in 2009 before returning the Raiders for the same position from 2012-14. He was also the Browns offensive coordinator in 2015. Out of the six candidates, who do you think would be the best fit for the Bears.

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