With Trestman reported to be out, Mike Shanahan’s name has surfaced.
Will the Bears switch to Jimmy Clausen spark their stalled offense?
“You think you’re going to be here a while,” Cutler says. “I’m still hopeful that’s going to be true.”
After being benched, Jay Cutler still says he wants to remain in Chicago.
Firing everyone with football operations input is the only move that makes sense for the Bears.
“I can’t hide from that,” Marc Trestman says in one of his more introspective moments.
“I didn’t sign up to be 5-9,” Trestman says.
General manager Phil Emery and coach Marc Trestman are under fire in a 5-9 season.
The media may be Cutler’s best friend, sad as it sounds.
Trestman’s inability to adapt is a fatal coaching flaw.
Jay Cutler was sacked seven times by the NFL’s 31st-ranked defense.
Several players on the Bears offense aren’t playing with passion, Martellus Bennett says.
Even love-it-all Jon Gruden was dismayed Monday night by Chicago.
It was Marc Trestman’s decision to keep Aaron Kromer on staff, Phil Emery said.
The Bears (5-8) host the Saints (5-8) on Monday night at Soldier Field.
Somehow, someway, we’ll fixate our eyes on a meaningless football game.
The Bears make you so uncomfortable that you have no choice but to laugh.
The drama never ends for the Bears.
With D.J. Williams on IR, Jon Bostic slides to the middle. But should he?
We used to think Abe Gibron was the worst Bears’ coach on record. Not anymore.