Newly minted Chicago Bears coach John Fox will face a lot of pressure to turn things around with the Monsters of the Midway, but when not coaching, he'll be able to relax at his spacious new Lake Forest home. According to the Tribune, Fox has just purchased the six bedroom, seven bathroom home from former Chicago Bears Wide Receiver Tom Waddle for $3.275 million. Built of Lannon stone and wood in 2008, the 8,100 square foot home sits on 1.78 acres of quiet Lake Forest land and features custom millwork, coffered ceilings, a theater room and a four-car garage. Fox signed a four year deal with the Bears in January, and if he's able to get the Bears in gear, he'll likely hang on to his new home longer than ousted coach Marc Trestman did with his Chicago area home.
·Bears coach John Fox buys Tom Waddle's Lake Forest home [Chicago Tribune]
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