Trestman told WBBM Newsradio’s Josh Liss that he “felt a connection” with Cutler during one of this interviews for the job.
“There were two guys in the room who wanted to help the Chicago Bears to be a better football team,” he said. “That was the real connection.”READ MORE: Jubilant And Inspired Fans, Booming Businesses Near Wintrust Arena As Chicago Sky Win WNBA Championship
After the news conference on day one, which Trestman called a “proud day” for his family, the new field boss said he got down to work.
“We worked through the afternoon and into the evening and finished strong,” he said.MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Slow Warm-Up Beginning
Trestman acknowledged that there is a “sense of urgency” in finding key members of his coaching staff–including a new defensive coordinator.