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Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers want Adam Gase as new head coach

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Denver Broncos offensive co-ordinator Adam Gase is a man in serious demand right now.

The man who has put together the gameplan for Peyton Manning and the rest of that quality Broncos offense with Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders and co. is at the top of the shortlist for a lot of teams searching for new head coaches.

Black Monday has left several teams without men in charge, and it seems like all of them have a big interest in Gase.

Gase, in his second season as the Broncos' playcaller, is scheduled to interview with the San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears on Friday and Saturday in the Denver area.

The Buffalo Bills also requested permission on Thursday to squeeze in a Saturday interview with Gase.

Other Headlines:

Oregon will take on Ohio State in the first ever college football playoff. Marcus Mariota and the Ducks took down Jameis Winston's FSU by nearly 40 points, while the Buckeyes beat number 1 Alabama 42-35.

To soccer now, where Steven Gerrard looks like he is heading to MLS. Gerrard announced today that he is leaving Liverpool, with the LA Galaxy being his most likely destination.

And finally, Carmelo Anthony has admitted that the New York Knicks would be in disarray if it wasn't for head coach Derek Fisher. The Knicks are 5 and 29 though, with the most losses in the NBA, so take Anthony's comments with a pinch of salt.

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