After four years in Chicago and two playoff appearances, los Bears they determined despedir by Matt Nagy after a disappointing campaign (6-11 mark). Two days from the movement, the club’s management already has a candidate in their sights.
According to information from Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, lthe Bears will interview Brian Flores. This will be Flores’ first job meeting since the Dolphins fired them as part of the “Black Monday” cuts.
NFL.com add that one of the most important points of the meeting between Flores and the Bears will be his offensive proposal. The 40-year-old coach would have to direct Justin Fields, something that he already lived in Miami after developing for a couple of years to Tua Tagovailoa (13-8 record, 4,467 yards, 27 touchdowns, 15 interceptions, and an 88.8 rating in that span).
Flores is just one of the options shuffling around Soldier Field. It is also speculated that they have requested interviews with Dan Quinn, Cowboys defensive coordinator and former Falcons coach, and Doug Pederson, former Eagles coach.
The dismissal of Flores surprised more than one when considering that in three years at Hard Rock Stadium He left a couple of winning seasons and a 24-25 record. The coach’s only sin was not making the playoffs.
Likewise, the main reason for the rupture between Flores and the Dolphins was the growing differences with general manager Will Grier. Faced with the dilemma, Stephen Ross, owner of the club, opted for the executive.