Here’s a new name in Chicago’s search for an offensive coordinator: Rob Chudzinski.
According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears will interview Chudzinski over the next 24 hours. Chudzinski was San Diego’s assistant head coach/tight ends last season after spending the previous two years as Cleveland’s offensive coordinator.
In 2007, the Browns ranked eighth in the NFL in both scoring and yards per game. Quarterback Derek Anderson made the Pro Bowl that season as well.
Chudzinski wouldn’t be a bad hire if the Bears can convince him to leave a relatively secure situation in San Diego -- coach Norv Turner just received a three-year contract extension -- to come to Chicago.