Report: Chris Harris has Bears coaching 'opportunity'


Chris Harris, a former Bears player and coach, has the "opportunity" to become the team's secondary coach and passing game coordinator, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson. 

The report is head-scratching, considering a separate report from Tom Pelissero read the Tennessee Titans planned to hire Harris to become their cornerback coach and passing game coordinator. 

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Certainly, the conflicting reports will iron themselves out by way of team announcements shortly. The Bears will have to solidify their coaching staff at some point. 

The ex-Bear was the Washington Commanders' defensive backs coach this past season. 

Harris played with the Bears on two different stints from 2005-2006 and back in 2010-11. He earned second-team All-Pro with Chicago in 2010, following a 70-tackle, five-interception season.

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