- Jeff Dickerson, ESPN Staff Writer
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CHICAGO -- Former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith is expected to interview over the weekend for the vacant Buffalo Bills' head coaching position, according to multiple reports.
The Bears fired Smith on Monday after the club failed to reach the postseason for the fifth time in the last six years, due in large part to a stagnant and inconsistent offense. The Bears won 10 games in 2012, giving Smith a lifetime record of 84-66 (including postseason) at the time of his ouster. Over nine seasons in Chicago, Smith won three division titles and reached the Super Bowl after the 2006 regular season.