In an office at Halas Hall on Thursday, Josh Sitton reclined in a leather sofa and propped up his flip flops on a coffee table. Raising a water bottle to his chin, Sitton squirted a stream of tobacco from his lower lip and looked toward the ceiling.
In a rare moment of down time, he had been asked to consider the oddest, most chaotic nine days of his football career, a jolt that took him from an abrupt exit from Green Bay to an unlikely union with the Bears in Lake Forest to a taxing season-opening loss in Houston.
Sitton simply laughed, still dizzy enough that he couldn't quite describe the commotion.
"Hell yeah, it has been wild," the left guard said....