"Our team has a lot of work to do and our ultimate goal is to win the Super Bowl," Fox stated. "Whether that goal is reached this year, it's really hard to say. It's not that I can't say. The words are just really hard to get out of my mouth."
"Turns out we have to dig a little harder in situations like this. If you can't trust people who stand to benefit greatly from something you're asking them about, who can you trust?"
After beginning the offseason cleaning house by firing head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Phil Emery, the Bears have announced that they have hired recently fired Broncos head coach John Fox in a move that will immediately fix every single thing that is wrong with the team in every way imaginable.
"Look, we don't want to jump the gun here," said GM Ryan Pace. "But the guy likes the deep dish and he went to two Super Bowls. Plus, [Chicago Tribune columnist] David Haugh says I should hire him. I don't want to disappoint 'The Haugh' after he told the Cubs to hire [Joe] Maddon and they did."
The Bears’ new GM Ryan Pace will immediately be added to the top of the depth chart at free safety and special teams. The 37-year-old expects to make a quick impact on next season’s roster, where his experience as a former defensive lineman at Eastern Illinois will put him “light years” ahead of his competitors […]
The Bears today announced the hiring Ryan Pace as their new GM. At 37, Pace is younger than all the great-grandchildren of Bears’ owner Virginia McCaskey. The Bears expect this new infusion of youth to spice things up around Halas Hall. “Now that we have this whippersnapper on board, things are going to chance,” said […]