Chicago Bears promote Mike Tice

Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Tice is being promoted to offensive coordinator for the Bears. Tice was an offensive line coach for Chicago and replaces Mike Martz, who resigned after the team did not make the playoffs.
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Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Tice is being promoted to offensive coordinator for the Bears. Tice was an offensive line coach for Chicago and replaces Mike Martz, who resigned after the team did not make the playoffs.

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