(CBS) – Brandon Marshall has seen his fair share of change during his seven-year NFL career.
Playing under new Bears head coach Marc Trestman and new offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer in 2013 will mean Marshall has played under six different head coaches and six different offensive coordinators in his eight-year career.
Still, Marshall is open to the challenge of learning from Trestman.
“I’ve heard a lot of great things,” Marshall told The McNeil and Spiegel Show. “The thing that sticks out the most is the word ‘innovative.’ I’m looking forward to working with him. It does suck a little bit because it’s because of coach Lovie (Smith) being fired, but the NFL is about change. This is not a unique situation. Coach Smith, everyone loved him, the opportunity I had this past year to work with him, I learned a lot. I was looking forward to working with him but, I gotta say, moving forward, I am excited about coach Trestman and what he brings to our team and this city. Hopefully, we get this thing started right this year.”