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  • As NFL teams open camps, questions abound about NFC clubs

    The AFC has the Lombardi Trophy. The NFC has everything else. That is, the NFC boasts last season's most valuable player, Minnesota's Adrian Peterson; offensive rookie of the year, Washington's Robert Griffin III; defensive rookie of the year,...
  • Bears offense not clicking yet in exhibition opener

    Bears offense not clicking yet in exhibition opener
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — If Marc Trestman was hoping to find some rhythm on offense and something to build on for the Bears' final few days of training camp, he'll have to continue his search when the team gets back to Bourbonnais. The offense has been...
  • Acting like a pro has been a plus for Cutler

    Acting like a pro has been a plus for Cutler
    Killing the fun notion that the Bears had hired a football facsimile of life coach Tony Robbins, Jay Cutler kidded that Marc Trestman has yet to ask him to fall blindly backward to prove he would catch the quarterback. "He hasn't said, 'Hey, this is a...
  • Bears may need quick passing game

    Bears may need quick passing game
    The Bears offense under Marc Trestman could have to lean on basic West Coast passing concepts Sunday at Soldier Field to minimize the talented Bengals defensive line. Think of three-step routes for Jay Cutler to get the ball out with a quick read...
  • Coach and QB on same page in drawing offense together

    Coach and QB on same page in drawing offense together
    In February 2007, Marc Trestman was an unemployed football coach teaching for an on-line sports training company when he arrived at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis for a corporate speaking engagement. Trestman did more profound listening than...
  • Ready for the Josh McCown show?

    Ready for the Josh McCown show?
    Ouch. And double ouch. The football gods dropped the hammer on Bears Nation on Monday, as quarterback Jay Cutler is out at least four weeks with a torn groin muscle and linebacker Lance Briggs is out four to six weeks with a shoulder fracture. Which...
  • Bennett: Injuries just part of the roller coaster

    Bennett: Injuries just part of the roller coaster
    Bears tight end Martellus Bennett showed off his artwork publicly for the first time at a reception Monday for The Dinner Party, a monthly talk show at City Winery. And while proceeds from the show will benefit After School Matters, Bears fans wanted to...
  • Bears' death-spiral defense loses only guy who tackles

    Bears' death-spiral defense loses only guy who tackles
    You might think the Bears don’t have much of a team after what you saw in Washington. They lost to a bad team and lost their captains on both side of the ball. Dire, if not terminal. Bears coach Marc Trestman thinks you’re wrong. You...
  • NFL, NFLPA laughably hypocritical

    NFL, NFLPA laughably hypocritical
    Redskins cheap-shot artist Brandon Meriweather had his two-game suspension reduced to one game after an appeal. What, Meriweather was dirty on only one of those personal fouls against the Bears?  There’s your NFL player safety garbage in all...
  • Big things expected from Bennett

    Big things expected from Bennett
    Eighth in a 13-part series of previews for Bears training camp . The departure of tight end Greg Olsen on the eve of training camp in 2011 had more to do with the Bears' decision not to invest in the position for the long haul than it did with offensive...
  • Football's just in time

    Football's just in time
    Guess what day it is! Guess what day it is! Training Camp Day is here. First day of practice-open to the public at 9 a.m. Denim shorts and tube socks are both ready! Congratulations, you survived the summer and even saw the start of the Junior Lake...
  • Bears fans cheered. And sighed. And cringed.

    Bears fans cheered. And sighed. And cringed.
    The undefeated New Orleans Saints marched into Soldier Field on Sunday—and they sprinted out with a 26-18 victory over the Bears. The Bears went from winning three in a row at the start of the season to losing back-to-back games, first against...