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Bears Bites: John Fox Rates Poorly Among NFL Head Coaches

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    In this Friday edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at an unflattering perspective on new Chicago Bears head coach John Fox, which Bears coordinator could be angling for a head coaching gig of his own next season, and at some prospects the Bears could be keeping an eye on at the NFL Scouting Combine this weekend.

    -We start out with an interesting article that ranks the NFL’s head coaches, and has some unflattering things to say about John Fox. Here’s a taste:

    “He’s indistinguishable from “Create A Coach 1.” Fox is extremely conservative, but that hardly makes him unique amongst NFL head men…His ceiling is not that of a champion.”

    Ouch. [RotoWorld]

    -Denver Broncos team president John Elway had some kind things to say about Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase at the NFL Scouting Combine, saying that the former Broncos coordinator will have a head coaching job “soon.” [Chicago Sun-Times]

    -Will Ndaumkong Suh, Jay Cutler, and Randall Cobb all remain with their current teams? [ESPN Chicago]

    -Vernon Hills product DaVaris Daniels is at the combine this weekend, and he will be looking to prove his doubters wrong. [Daily Herald]

    -Brad Biggs weighs in with 10 thoughts he’s had during the first days of the combine in Indianapolis. [Chicago Tribune]

    -Outside of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, which quarterbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft class could be a successful NFL player? [Shutdown Corner]

    -An unnamed coach in the NFC had a message for those quarterbacks attending the combine that weren’t planning on throwing at the event: stay home. [CSN Chicago]

    -Finally, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are proposing a new NFL stadium in southern California that would house both teams. The stadium would be located just 12 miles from Los Angeles in the suburb of Carson. [LA Times]


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