Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Do Bears have room for another boss?
By Melissa Isaacson
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The firing of Bill Polian Monday as vice chairman of the Indianapolis Colts was not met with quite the same reaction as Jerry Angelo's dismissal as Chicago Bears general manager Tuesday.
That is to say Angelo did not have anyone say they were "shocked and disappointed" at the move as Peyton Manning did regarding Polian.
On Tuesday, a source close to Bill and his son Chris, who was also relieved of his duties as Colts' GM, said the Polians, longtime friends of the McCaskey's, "had interest" in speaking to the Bears about coming to Chicago.
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