Most of Marc Trestman’s Thursday news conference was about Jay Cutler, where the quarterback is, if he’s ready to go in the new system, and how he’s been to work with.
With the Bears season opener just over a week away, CBS Chicago and WBBM Newsradio bring you Jeff Joniak’s first journal of the 2013-14 season.
Trestman and Tucker still have DE Julius Peppers, 33, OLB Lance Briggs, 32, and CB Charles Tillman, 32, to anchor the defense.
Here are some of my observations and impressions from the second-to-last practice in Bourbonnais.
As NFL offenses continue to evolve into high-octane passing games, the defenses are trying to adapt.
After reviewing several of Greene’s game tapes, here’s my summary of what impressed me, what didn’t impress me, areas for improvement, and what his prospects are for the 2013 season.
Hidden in the brush-off Lance Briggs gave the media yesterday is a much larger issue facing a team trying to push one side of the ball into modernity while keeping another rooted in the past.
The NFL allows teams with new head coaches to hold five additional voluntary mini-camp practices prior to the NFL Draft. So why did new Bears head coach Marc Trestman only use three of them?
With just a week until this year’s NFL Draft, it remains to be seen if Phil Emery’s first draft class as Bears general manager was a successful one.
When Marc Trestman said Devin Hester would work primarily with special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis, he wasn’t kidding.
When you’re the only team negotiating with a player, that’s a good sign you should walk away from the table.
Mel Tucker previously worked as the defensive coordinator for the Jaguars.