Shane Day is interviewing at Halas Hall today to become the Bears' quarterbacks coach.
Day spent the past two seasons as the 49ers' offensive quality control coach. That's where he met Mike Martz, who was the 49ers' offensive coordinator in 2008. His job with the 49ers required him to work closely with the offensive coaching staff while they compiled the weekly game plan. He was also in charge of daily practice reports and helped out with the offensive line.
Before the 49ers, Day spent two seasons at Michigan as assistant quarterbacks' coach and quality control. In that role, he worked with the younger quarterbacks on the Wolverine's roster.
49ers coach Mike Singletary said earlier this offseason that he would not let assistant coaches interview for non-head coaching jobs but allowed Day to come to Chicago. If Day is offered the job, which might be a formality at this point, it would be a major promotion, which likely factored into Singletary's decision.