The Chicago Bears are in the process of restructuring the coaching staff, and head coach Marc Trestman has agreed to a four-year deal worth $3 million per season, according to a report from USA Today.
The Bears are expected to announce Trestmans new deal in the coming weeks.
Trestman’s deal includes a $2 million signing bonus, $2.75 million base salary, $3.5 million guaranteed base salary and $5 million in roster bonuses.
He’ll make $2,500 per game in 2016 and $2 per game each year through 2021.
He also will earn a $1.25 million base and $500,000 signing bonus per season through the 2022 season, USA Today reported.
Trent Baalke, who replaced Trestmann as the Bears’ head coach last year, is currently the team’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.
Trests offense has struggled to take off this season, but the Bears have been a consistent playoff team with the likes of quarterback Mitch Trubisky, running back Jordan Howard and tight end Martellus Bennett.
Tretman had been the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers since 2013, but was fired after just four seasons in 2016.
He spent the past two seasons as an offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings, who also lost in the NFC Championship Game.