Report: Smith To Return As Bears Coach

It appears that despite the Chicago Bears’ woeful season, John Mullin of CSNChicago.com is reporting that a pair of highly placed sources within the Bears’ hierarchy have indicated that there will not be a change at the top of the on-field organizational chart, perhaps due to the possibility of a player strike/lockout. In other words, head coach Lovie Smith will return to the Bears next season.

Expect more clarity down the road in terms to Smith and his return; however, I think that Lovie will return to the Windy City for the 2010 NFL regular season.


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3 Responses to “Report: Smith To Return As Bears Coach”

  1. Gilbert says:

    Just what I didn’t want to here, get ready bear fans for another loosing season.

  2. johnny B says:

    how about higher up in the management office?

  3. Gilbert says:

    Your right Jonny B.OMG how bad is dis bear team.terrible offensive line,can’t even protect or give cutler time to pass! I feel for u cutler every time da bears loose.u have to answere ?s to media and come up with excuses . u became a scape goat beacause of dat worthless offensive line u have,I hope next year Angelo could somehow get a knew offensive line.I be throwing interceptions to if I had to play with dat awfull offensive line.Ignore the media good luck next year.