- Jeff Dickerson, ESPN Staff Writer
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DETROIT -- Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Ron Turner refused to speculate on his job status Sunday following his teams' 37-23 victory over the Lions.
"My mindset right now is to enjoy this win," Turner said. "We'll go in [to Halas Hall Monday], and I'm pleased with the way we developed, and pleased with the progress we made and what we did the last couple of weeks. That's where my mindset is right now. Go in [Monday], and get ready to go."
Does he expect to return in 2010?
"Yeah, yeah," Turner said. "So again, I'm pleased with the way we played today. We did a lot of good things, and the last couple of weeks our guys responded. When they scored to tie it up [at 20-20], our guys showed what they're made of and showed their character. Right now, that's where my focus is, and what I'm thinking about right now."
The Bears are expected to conduct their organizational meetings Monday, and an official announcement on the fate of the coaching staff should come shortly thereafter.