Bears general manager Phil Emery is looking in many places to find the next head coach of the Bears, including in his own back yard, Dan Pompei of Chicago Tribune reports.
Among the candidates who have interviewed for the position is Bears special teams coach Dave Toub, a source said.
Toub has been a head-coaching candidate in the past. He interviewed with the Dolphins for their vacancy last year.
He is the fourth special teams coach who is a known candidate. The others are Keith Armstrong of the Falcons, Joe DeCamillis of the Cowboys and Mike Priefer of the Vikings.
Coaches with an offensive background who have interviewed or are scheduled to interview include Bruce Arians of the Colts, Darrell Bevell of the Seahawks, Pete Carmichael of the Saints, Tom Clements of the Packers, Rick Dennison of the Texans, Mike McCoy of the Broncos, Mike Sullivan of the Bucs and Marc Trestman of the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.
Additionally, former Bears great and Vikings assistant head coach Mike Singletary is scheduled to interview.