Ron Turner doesn't have plans to rejoin forces with Dave Wannstedt.
But Wanntstedt is in search of an offensive coordinator at Pitt with Matt Cavanaugh expected to depart to become the quarterbacks coach of the New York Jets.
Turner's agent Frank Bauer dismissed the suggestion, or at least made it a far-fetched possibility.
"He's not going to do that," Bauer told the Sun-Times Saturday afternoon. "He loves Chicago. I don't see him doing that."
Turner worked under Wannstedt in his first stint with the Bears from 1993-96. His nephew, Scott Turner, is a graduate assistant there. Turner signed a three-year extension with the Bears following the Super Bowl and is under contract through this coming season.
"Ron hasn't called or anything or talked about anything like that,'' Bauer said. "It's untrue. There's no way unless Pitt wants to pay him a fortune. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see where that is going to go.''
Cavanaugh served as the Bears offensive coordinator from 1997-98 after Turner departed for Illinois.