3. Raheem Morris
Morris was the Buccaneers head coach from 2009-2011. He has been with the Atlanta Falcons since 2015, though. Recently he was the interim head coach after Dan Quinn was fired.
Pros: When Dan Quinn was fired the Falcons defense improved dramatically. The talent did not change, so Morris was doing something right. Morris has always been a great defensive coach. His stint in Tampa as a head coach set him back, but with Josh Freeman at quarterback, the Bears do not care that he made that mistake. He can coach defense.
Cons: Morris is getting head coaching interviews, and may look at Chicago and say no thank you. He also has spent years as a secondary coach, and while he participated in play calling in the past two seasons, he was helping run the Dan Quinn defense. We are unsure of what he would bring with more control.