Bears coach Lovie Smith hasn't visited with general manager Jerry Angelo, team president Ted Phillips or team chairman George McCaskey.
But Smith made clear that he isn't in favor of major changes at Halas Hall.
"As I look at our team, I talk about our core. You talk about adding two first round offensive linemen back to that," Smith said, referring to guard Chris Williams and offensive tackle Gabe Carimi. "With those two offensive linemen, a franchise quarterback back on this team, a Pro Bowl running back, back on this team, then you just add the right guys, I think we're going to be in pretty good shape.
"I definitely don't think we need a complete overhaul, by any means, and our players know that. I think you see a team leaving here today, knowing that, 'Hey, we're 8-8, right now.' But we're not always going to be in this position."
In fact, Smith emphasized how strongly he feels about his offensive line.
"I would normally not talk a lot about positions," he said. "I think this is the best situation we've been in, since I've been here, with the offensive line.
"We feel pretty good about the offensive line, yes."