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Marc Trestman

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  • Bears must get in the zone to handle 49ers

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT The Chicago Bears defense is brushing aside the 193 rushing yards allowed Buffalo in the season-opening loss just as they are brushing away questions about whether they can be physical...
  • Down 17-0, Bears rally to stun 49ers

    Down 17-0, Bears rally to stun 49ers
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — That's how it's supposed to work. Offensive moxie plus defensive takeaways. It took the Bears until the 5-minute, 56-second mark of the third quarter against the 49ers on Sunday night, but they finally found that winning...
  • Bears get big win, but hit with more injuries

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: fixes Tillman's injury in second graf Bears get big win, but hit with more injuries LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Just when quarterback Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears defense answered their harshest critics better than any...
  • Jay Cutler against 49ers? Calm, cool, collected

    Jay Cutler against 49ers? Calm, cool, collected
    Forget all the outside noise that bombards Jay Cutler on a weekly basis — bluster for each turnover and enthusiastic praise after every victory. The Bears quarterback has neither the time nor energy to worry about any of that. Besides, sometimes the...
  • Jets coach Ryan stands behind Holmes

    Jets coach Ryan stands behind Holmes
    If Santonio Holmes’ four seasons as a Jets receiver were sometimes cast as turbulent, he has at least one fan who will offer a warm welcome Monday night in New Jersey when the Bears visit MetLife Stadium. Jets coach Rex Ryan still counts himself...
  • Marshall, Jeffery, Slauson, Garza miss practice

    Marshall, Jeffery, Slauson, Garza miss practice
    Chicago Bears Pro Bowl receivers Brandon Marshall (right ankle) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) sat out practice Wednesday as the team began preparing for Sunday night's road game against the San Francisco 49ers. Coach Marc Trestman said Marshall and...
  • After Rice fallout, Trestman pushes good behavior to Bears

    After Rice fallout, Trestman pushes good behavior to Bears
    The NFL’s dominant discussion this week – Ray Rice’s February assault of his then-fiancĂ©, the horrific video obtained by TMZ and the ongoing fallout for Rice, the Ravens and the league – has stirred conversation inside the walls at...
  • Marshall again misses practice, but plans to play

    Marshall again misses practice, but plans to play
    Wide receiver Brandon Marshall vowed Thursday to be in uniform and ready to play Sunday night when the Chicago Bears visit the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium. Marshall’s status remains very much in question as he continues healing from...
  • 4 Downs with Jason McKie: Vol. 2

    Every week, former Bears fullback Jason McKie will tackle four questions facing the team. Some serious, some far from it. 1. There is a lot of yelling by coaches after a loss like the Bears had Sunday. TRUE (but it depends on the coach) During...
  • Bears profess faith in backup offensive linemen

    Bears profess faith in backup offensive linemen
    The first thing the Bears do when it comes to organizing a game plan each week is to go over pass protections. If they can't block a play, they're not going to run it. That process becomes more complex this week with center Roberto Garza,...
  • Jay Cutler has to get makeshift offense in sync

     Jay Cutler has to get makeshift offense in sync
    Jay Cutler spent Thursday's practice throwing to the likes of Santonio Holmes and practice squad receiver Josh Bellamy instead of refining routes with Pro Bowlers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. And the timing hardly could be worse. Three days...