The Chicago Bears are in the midst of a new search for their offensive coordinator position, and two candidates have emerged as front-runners. According to sources, the team is currently conducting interviews with Shane Waldron, the current offensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks, and Klint Kubiak, the passing game coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers.
Waldron’s future with the Seahawks became uncertain after head coach Pete Carroll announced his departure. Waldron has been with the Seahawks since 2021 and previously served as the passing game coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams. Under his coaching, the Seahawks’ scoring offense and passing yards per game have experienced varying rankings.
On the other hand, Kubiak brings a wealth of experience to the table. He has previously served as an offensive coordinator with the Minnesota Vikings and has spent this season with the 49ers. Kubiak is highly regarded in the league and is known for his offensive expertise, much like his father, Gary Kubiak, a longtime NFL coach.
The Bears’ decision to fire their previous offensive coordinator, Luke Getsy, came as part of a larger coaching shakeup within the organization. Several other coaches also faced termination, showing the team’s commitment to making significant changes in their offensive strategies.
The offensive coordinator position is crucial for the Bears, as they aim to build a strong and successful offense for the upcoming seasons. With Waldron and Kubiak as potential candidates, the team has a chance to bring in fresh perspectives and expertise.
The Daily Guardian will continue to follow the progress of the Bears’ search for an offensive coordinator and provide updates on any further developments. Stay tuned for more news on this important position for the Chicago Bears.
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