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Marc Trestman

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  • Bears players not surprised to say goodbye to Marc Trestman

     Bears players not surprised to say goodbye to Marc Trestman
    Marc Trestman held his final meeting with Bears players Monday morning at Halas Hall, exiting his post as head coach with gratitude and grace. He once again told his players how much he appreciated them, encouraged them to stick together and expressed...
  • Virginia McCaskey supportive of Bears' push for change

    Virginia McCaskey supportive of Bears' push for change
    On Sunday afternoon in Minneapolis, George McCaskey helped lead his mother into an executive suite at TCF Bank Stadium. Virginia McCaskey, 91 years old, the daughter of George Halas and the proud matriarch of a storied football franchise, gracefully...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' loss to Lions

    10 thoughts after Bears' loss to Lions
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears fell 20-14 to the Detroit Lions on Sunday for their fourth consecutive loss. 1. In case of emergency, break glass. If you need a fire extinguisher, you can only hope it works after you break the glass. When you smash...
  • Jay Cutler's Bears tenure marked by changes in coaching staff

     Jay Cutler's Bears tenure marked by changes in coaching staff
    Marc Trestman was fired Monday morning, with most of his staff, the fourth set of offensive coaches quarterback Jay Cutler has worked with since joining the Bears in 2009, presumably soon to depart. Former general manager Jerry Angelo famously said five...
  • Bears' Martellus Bennett working hard to earn spot in Pro Bowl

    Bears' Martellus Bennett working hard to earn spot in Pro Bowl
    The Bears actually will play a football game Monday night. The NFL doesn't cancel them for broken teams, and in this case, that's probably a good thing. Hosting the Saints should be a welcome diversion for a team that spent the last week inflicting its...
  • Jay Cutler takes what little there is of a high road amid Bears' troubles

    Jay Cutler takes what little there is of a high road amid Bears' troubles
    Amid a parade of lead characters in the Bears' 2014 season meltdown, maybe the most believable thing uttered Thursday was coach Marc Trestman's clear declaration the decision to bench Jay Cutler was his alone. The club didn't hatch some plan to put...
  • With the end near for Bears, what's left to watch Sunday?

    With the end near for Bears, what's left to watch Sunday?
    Welcome back to “The Blitz Package,” your weekly destination for notable news, nuggets and intriguing Chicago Bears storylines. This week’s topic: The end. The Bears will play their 2014 season finale Sunday afternoon against the...
  • Blown fake punt against the Saints illustrative of whole Bears season

    Blown fake punt against the Saints illustrative of whole Bears season
    The failed fake punt had nothing to do with the final outcome of the Bears' 31-15 loss to the Saints on Monday night at Soldier Field. Despite plum field position, the Saints wound up punting and soon after that the Bears pinned the Saints back on their...
  • Bears players react to firings: 'We didn't get the job done'

    Bears players react to firings: 'We didn't get the job done'
    The Chicago Bears are cleaning house. After finishing a 5-11 season Sunday with a 13-9 loss to the Vikings, the Bears announced major changes Monday morning, firing both head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Phil Emery. Chairman George McCaskey...
  • Jimmy Clausen spark goes out quickly as Bears lose 4th straight

    Jimmy Clausen spark goes out quickly as Bears lose 4th straight
    For a few fleeting moments Sunday, quarterback Jimmy Clausen and the Bears offense created the spark Marc Trestman coveted in benching Jay Cutler. They flashed Soldier Field back a year to happier times, when the coach was a celebrated figure because...
  • Until a coach and quarterback align, little else matters

     Until a coach and quarterback align, little else matters
    Ernie Accorsi started as a sportswriter, which isn't the main reason he's the right consultant for the Bears. He began his NFL career in public relations for the Baltimore Colts, where Johnny Unitas was the quarterback. When he became general manager of...