By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Bears are interested in former Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano to fill their vacant Defensive Coordinator role. The Bears have an opening at the position after former Defensive Coordinator became the Denver Broncos Head Coach.
Brad Biggs, who covers the Bears, also insists the Bears are willing to promote Ed Donatell, the team’s Defensive Backs Coach, to being the Defensive Coordinator. Biggs insists that if he does not get the Defensive Coordinator job with the Bears, he’s likely to join Vic Fangio’s staff with the Broncos.
The 58-year-old Boulder, Colorado native was the Colts Head Coach from 2012 through 2017. He went 53-43 as the Colts head coach. He also had a 3-3 postseason record.
After making the playoffs in his first three seasons, Indianapolis failed to make the playoffs in his final three seasons.
Before being named the Colts Head Coach, he was the Baltimore Ravens Defensive Coordinator in 2011. He was the Ravens Secondary Coach from 2008 through 2010.
He was the North Carolina Tar Heels Defensive Coordinator in 2007. He also was the Oakland Raiders Defensive Backs Coach in 2005 and 2006.
He also was the Cleveland Browns Secondary Coach from 2001 through 2004. He was the Miami (Florida) Defensive Backs and Special Teams Coach from 1995 through 2000.
Pagano was the East Carolina Pirates Defensive Backs Coach and Linebackers Coach from 1992 through 1994. He was the UNLV Rebels Defensive Coordinator in 1991.
He also was the Rebels Defensive Backs Coach in 1990. He was the Pirates Defensive Backs Coach in 1989.
Pagano was the Boise State Broncos Linebackers Coach in 1987 and 1988. He was the Hurricanes Graduate Assistant in 1986.
He began his coaching career with the USC Trojans as a Graduate Assistant in 1984 and 1985.
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