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Bears begin finalist interviews for GM

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Bears begin finalist interviews for GM

The Bears finished their round of initial interviews with five candidates for the job of general manager and now are bringing two finalists in for second interviews, a source with knowledge of the situation told CSNChicago.com.

Kansas City Chiefs college scouting director Phil Emery is expected to be one of the finalists as is New England's Jason Licht.

A final decision had not been made as of late Monday afternoon and no formal offer had been made, according to the Bears. The winnowing process has begun, however.

Comcast SportsNets Kip Lewis reported sources telling him that Jimmy Raye, one of the five candidates interviewed last week, was informed that he was no longer a candidate.

Earlier Monday one NFL source told CSNChicago.com that Emery and current Bears player personnel director Tim Ruskell were considered 1-2 after the first interviews.

Tune in to SportsNet Central at 6:30 Monday for a discussion between Moon and Kip Lewis regarding reports surrounding the team's GM search.

Let's listen to the Bears-Patriots' wild finish in other languages, because it's way better that way

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Let's listen to the Bears-Patriots' wild finish in other languages, because it's way better that way

Remember Sunday's Bears-Patriots finish? The one where the Bears (and Kevin White -- shouts to Kevin White!) were one-yard away from tying the game on a hail mary? 

Here was the call that most viewers heard, which was Extremely Meh: 

Now here's the call that viewers in Germany and Portugal heard, which is SO MUCH BETTER: 

Turns out that being excited for an exciting play makes for good television, who woulda thought. 

Neat Tweets: The Bears were one yard away from a pretty neat finish

Neat Tweets: The Bears were one yard away from a pretty neat finish

The Bears and Patriots played a wild game yesterday, with the outcome literally coming down to the final seconds/yards. 

The Bears didn't get their intended result, and BearsTwitter let 'em know about it after the game. 

Here were the most neat tweets from Sunday's loss:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Shoutout to broadcasts in other languages, they're legitimately always 100X more entertaining.