Posts tagged Lovie Smith
Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman is a sharp guy. He demonstrated that on Thursday when he pretty much said he didn’t know who the Green Bay Packers were.
Some people were surprised the Chicago Bears fired Lovie Smith. Those people do not reside in the state of Illinois, a disparity of opinion that amuses us.
The Chicago Bears will be sucking ass with a new coach next season. The Bears canned Lovie Smith this morning after missing the playoffs for the second straight season.
The Chicago Bears are going to the Super Bowl, according to receiver Brandon Marshall. Here’s one more reason for you to hate those idiots.
Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has been canned and offensive coordinator Mike Martz has resigned. Coach Lovie Smith will get to keep his job, but the times they are a changin’ in Chicago.
After Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith led his team to the NFC North title and NFC Championship game last season, I began to develop some respect for him. Since then, he’s done nothing but prove my initial feeling about him correct. He’s a complete idiot.
The Chicago Bears have given coach Lovie Smith a two-year contract extension.
Smith, who was entering the final year of a four-year contract, made $5.5 million under his old deal, making him one of the highest-paid coaches in the NFL. Assuming he didn’t take a pay cut, Smith makes slightly more than Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy, who recently signed an extension paying him an average of $5 million a year.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy will get a three-year contract extension paying him an average of $5 million per year, according to Bob McGinn.
The finishing touches haven’t been put on the deal yet, but that seems like a formality at this point. The Packers announced general manager Ted Thompson’s three-year contract extension last week — a deal he signed in December.
The Chicago Bears have already wrapped up the NFC North title, but that won’t keep them from playing their starters in what may or may not be a meaningless game against the Green Bay Packers, on Sunday. In all likelihood, the Bears will be playing for a first-round bye in the playoffs, unless the Minnesota […]
Steffen: It’s hard for me to say this, but I think Packer nation just has to accept it — the Chicago Bears are better than they were last year. They are a different, more confident team. They are playing faster on a defense that features a refurbished Brian Urlacher and the freakish abilities of Julius […]