The Chicago Bears' season finale at the Minnesota Vikings will be a precursor to what promises to be a tense Black Monday in the Windy City.
With head coach Marc Trestman and his coaching staff likely to be without a job after the conclusion of a disappointing season for the franchise, veteran safety Ryan Mundy says the team is bracing for a decision that will have a huge impact on the team going forward.
"Right now, none of us have any idea how much is going to happen," safety Ryan Mundy said, via Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune. "So as it unfolds, we'll find ways to analyze it, process it and figure out what the appropriate reaction is."
Wiederer indicates that Bears players have been quick to point out that few of them ever struggled through a season like this, full of unmet expectations and a storm of outside criticism. With a little bit of perspective and a clearer idea of who'll be in charge of the football team as the offseason progresses, Mundy and the rest of the Bears will do their best to move forward in hopes of putting together a more fruitful 2015 campaign.
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