The Chicago Bears contacted at least 12 general managers and nine coaching candidates for interviews. As they go through the process, we’re looking at each potential employee.
Brian Flores, interviewed for the coach’s opening Friday, the team announced.
Position: Former Miami Dolphins . head coach
Grow old: 40
During his first NFL head coach, Flores hit 24-25 in three seasons with the Dolphins, including consecutive winning seasons. But the Dolphins failed to make it past the knockout stages during his tenure, they cycled past offensive coaches and reports of conflict followed his exit.
Flores, a New York native, played the line at Boston College and began his coaching career with the New England Patriots as an assistant scout in 2004 before becoming a professional scout in 2006. He went on to serve as assistant coach (2008-09), an offensive assistant and special team coach (2010), a defensive assistant (2011), safety coach (2011-15) ) and midfield coach (2016-18). He was on four Super Bowl championship teams and was called to play defensively in 2018.
You should know
Many reports have said that Flores’ departure from the Dolphins is more than his record, with ESPN reporting His relationship with GM Chris Grier and midfielder Tua Tagovailoa “have deteriorated to a pretty bad place.”
“An organization can only function if it collaborates and works well together,” Stephen Ross, the dolphin’s owner said. “And I don’t think we’ve really worked well as an organization… to really win consistently at the NFL level.”
But a number of players expressed shock on social media at the news of his dismissal, and Flores immediately became one of the NFL’s hot coaching contenders with speculation about the possibility. suitable for the Bears, Houston Texans and New York Giants.
Flores got to know Halas Hall a bit this summer when the Dolphins visited Lake Forest to practice with the Bears.
What was said
When the Dolphins hired Flores in 2019, Grier said, “The two things that immediately stand out when you meet Brian are his football intelligence and his leadership skills. Brian is widely respected throughout the NFL. He paid his dues in New England working on HR, offensive, defensive and exceptional teams which helped him build a great understanding of what it takes to win.
“If you talk to anyone who has played for him or worked with him, you will hear about his ability to lead and get the most out of everyone. Brian sets the bar high for his players and coaches and we are perfectly aligned with our vision for how to build a successful organization.”
https://www.twincities.com/2022/01/14/the-chicago-bears-interviewed-brian-flores-for-their-coaching-vacancy-heres-what-to-know-about-the-former-miami-dolphins-coach/ The Chicago Bears interviewed Brian Flores for their coach position. Here’s what to know about the former Miami Dolphins coach. – Twin Cities