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The Bears wrapped up their first minicamp of 2013 last week under new coach Marc Trestman. And while it is tough to evaluate and breakdown the pro game in shorts and helmets, here are five observations I took from the up-tempo practice sessions at Halas...
Dressed comfortably for a long Thursday night in blue jeans and a Bears jacket, team Chairman George McCaskey entered Halas Hall and promptly placed a stack of 2013 pocket schedules on the receptionist's desk. How misleading. Nothing else the Bears...
The future does not necessarily portend prologue, but the history of first-year Bears coaches warrants concern. As Marc Trestman assumes the leadership reigns for his first season in Chicago, the Bears have not had a first-year coach finish with a...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Marc Trestman, Sports, Walter Payton, Football
If the Bears had been picking 32nd instead of 20th, no one would have said boo about them selecting Kyle Long. But they were picking 20th, and they caught a lot of people by surprise. Based on my pre-draft research, I thought Long would be a second-...
Unable to find the remote control recently in my Brooklyn hotel room between Bulls playoff games, I took it as a sign to educate myself on Thursday's NFL draft by watching a show about the Bears that popped on the television. Well, technically, the TV...
You know what I’m talking about when I refer to “Jay face,’’ right? That pouty look that Jay Cutler flashes when things go badly? The one that every director of every televised Bears game has dedicated a camera to? Yeah, THAT...
PHOENIX — Even though Bears players are scattered across the country, their new offense has begun to take shape. Coach Marc Trestman provided a snapshot of what that offense might look like during a media breakfast Wednesday at the NFL meetings....
Tags: Devin Hester, Marc Trestman, Matt Forte, Sports, James Brown
"Without family, close relationships, and people you enjoy being around, all the work in the world just isn't worth it.'' — Bears coach Marc Trestman, author of "Perseverance: Life Lessons on Leadership and Teamwork" Jerry Trestman never...
It’s not that difficult: Identify what’s wrong with the Bears and find a coach who can fix it. The offense is what’s wrong with the Bears. Jon Gruden can fix it. Lovie Smith never fixed it. That’s one of the reasons he was...
Arians can help Cutler Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Bruce Arians is the best choice for the Bears. This is a team that has the franchise's best quarterback in the modern era in Jay Cutler, an elite receiver in Brandon Marshall, a running back who'...
Making a strong case for future Bears success like the trained lawyer he is, Marc Trestman methodically worked off note cards the longtime NFL assistant had prepared over the last two decades for this moment. Never in 22 years of calling plays had...
There is no need for Phil Emery to be locked into hiring a head coach with an offensive background. But there is an overwhelming need for him to be locked into hiring someone who has foolproof answers on how to fix the offense. And that probably means...
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