Former 49ers and Raiders assistant Marc Trestman will be hired as the Chicago Bears' next head coach, the Chicago Tribune reported late Tuesday night.
Trestman has been head coach of the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League for the past five years. He has guided Montreal to three Grey Cup appearances and two titles. He previously coached 17 years in the NFL.
Chicago reportedly selected Trestman over Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
Trestman was offensive coordinator for the 49ers in 1995-96. He joined the Raiders in 2001 as an offensive assistant and was offensive coordinator for the 2002 team that reached the Super Bowl.
Chargers: Former Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Mike McCoy was introduced Tuesday as San Diego's new coach. McCoy signed a four-year contract.
McCoy replaces Norv Turner, who was fired along with general manager A.J. Smith after the Chargers finished 7-9 and missed the playoffs for the third straight season.
The move comes three days after the top-seeded Broncos were eliminated from the playoffs in a double-overtime
McCoy, 40, is the same age as Tom Telesco, who was hired as general manager last week.
"Once he came in and once we saw how good he was, we just felt we had to have him now," Telesco said of McCoy. "We had to get it done or we'd lose him."
Pro Bowl: Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers said injuries to "multiple lower extremities" will keep him out of the Pro Bowl later this month. Rodgers was to be the NFC's starting quarterback. He said on his weekly radio show on Milwaukee's ESPN 540 AM that he didn't pass his year-end physical. ... Tampa Bay receiver Vincent Jackson was added to the NFC's Pro Bowl roster, replacing Detroit's Calvin Johnson, who was listed on the Lions' final injury report with knee and ankle ailments. Johnson also said earlier in the season he had nerve damage after being hit in the head and neck area.
Wire services contributed to this report.