“I made a very poor decision talking about things outside the building,” Kromer says.
The Bears make you so uncomfortable that you have no choice but to laugh.
Watching the Chicago Bears management team implode this season almost makes The Onion’s coverage of the team this season more believable.
The “most interesting part of this story is the NEW source SMH,” Marshall tweeted.
The latest drama reveals the depths of the lack of Marc Trestman’s leadership.
The drama never ends for the Bears.
“You can’t just sit back there and throw 50 passes a game and expect to win,” Matt Forte says.
The Lions defense is tops in the league in points allowed and rushing yards.
Matt Forte is ready for whatever workload the coaching staff needs him to take.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler must trust his protection, Jeff Joniak writes.
“We have to get better, I have to get better,” Jay Cutler says.
Martellus Bennett was limited at Thursday’s practice with a rib injury.
With a heavy workload, Matt Forte understands why he takes a mid-week day off.
The Bears’ starting offensive line practiced together for the first time since Week 1.
Plus, Brandon Marshall insists he’s fine with his role in the Chicago offense.
“We have all the talent in the world, we shouldn’t be sitting at 2-3,” Brandon Marshall says.
Jeremiah Ratliff is recovering from a concussion.
Jermon Bushrod has a knee injury, and his status for Sunday is unclear.
Chicago didn’t do a good enough job last season of developing its youngsters, Marc Trestman admitted.
Also, Aaron Kromer says the Bears won’t run the ball out of an obligation to be balanced.