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Adam Gase to meet with Eagles, Browns, Dolphins this week

CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 13: at Soldier Field on December 13, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. The Redskins defeated the Bears 24-21. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Getty Images

It’s a good thing Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase is finished for the year, because he has a busy week.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Gase has interviews already scheduled with three teams this week.

He’ll meet with the Eagles Tuesday, the Browns Wednesday and Dolphins Thursday.

Those were the usual suspects for Gase even before all those places had openings, as he was exepected to be one of the hot commodities in this market. Of the three, the Eagles can move quickest, having already satisfied the Rooney Rule by interviewing running backs coach Duce Staley.

After earning high marks for his work with Peyton Manning in Denver, he helped the Bears make strides this year, even though Jay Cutler didn’t always have a full toolbox to work with.

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4 Responses to “Adam Gase to meet with Eagles, Browns, Dolphins this week”
  1. selfpromotingqb says: Jan 4, 2016 6:12 AM

    Says the slimy little professional pot stirrer who never played a sport in his life

  2. ninjapleazee says: Jan 4, 2016 6:54 AM

    yeah, but compare success with Manning and Cutler what about with Sanchez, Manziel and Tannehill. Big difference when you have quaterbacks with some talent. He failed miserably when Clausen was QB.

  3. saludaliacoaching says: Jan 4, 2016 3:04 PM

    Ninjapleazee,

    And cutler is better than sanchez?

    Cutler sucks and manning has done nothing this year.

    I hope Fase won’t be the next Norv Turner, great QB Coach, awful HC

  4. thevza says: Jan 4, 2016 4:18 PM

    I just don’t see why he’s such a hot prospect. The Bears only scored 30 points exactly once this year. Of course there were injuries, but every team has them to a degree. And his play calling is so formulaic- run up the middle on first down almost every time. He may be head coaching material someday, but I think if he is hired now it will be out of desperation.

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