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Marc Trestman

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  • Marc Trestman urges Bears to ignore 'Twitter terrorists'

    Marc Trestman urges Bears to ignore 'Twitter terrorists'
    The sequence is certainly nothing new. An NFL team loses a game it should have won, its fan base uncorks its collective agitation in full and Twitter quickly becomes a dumpster fire of frustration, pointed criticism and, yes, sometimes uncivil banter...
  • Chris Conte setback spotlights sideline concussion protocols

    Chris Conte setback spotlights sideline concussion protocols
    Chicago Bears safety Chris Conte was obviously dazed, down on the Bank of America Stadium grass for a moment, then getting to his feet and staggering away from a pile-up. With 5:18 left in the first quarter of Sunday’s 31-24 road loss to the...
  • Trestman wants to get Bears WR Marshall more involved

    Trestman wants to get Bears WR Marshall more involved
    Marc Trestman's voice powered into the microphone with vigor that refused to accommodate a Monday hangover from the Bears' 31-24 loss to the Panthers. "It's a new day," he exclaimed. The search for solutions to the Bears' middling offense was...
  • Bears player tells fans to eat dirt, I agree to do so

    Bears player tells fans to eat dirt, I agree to do so
    The Chicago Bears lost in spectacular fashion Sunday, prompting fans to do what fans are known to do: react angrily. That, in turn, led Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston to get on Twitter - the online outpost of the aggrieved - and send a tweet...
  • Shouldn't someone lose a job after this choke?

    Shouldn't someone lose a job after this choke?
    Stupid or bad. No matter where you looked, the Bears played stupid or bad in Carolina on Sunday. Sometimes stupid and bad. The Bears could’ve walked through the beaten-up and badly beaten Panthers team Sunday. But no. They chose stupid and bad....
  • Bears' O-line out of luck? Jermon Bushrod injured

    Bears' O-line out of luck? Jermon Bushrod injured
    The figurative four-leaf clover in the Bears' offensive line meeting room has withered. Last season, they were one of only three NFL teams to start the same five offensive linemen in all 16 games. It was perhaps the most underrated element of their...
  • Brandon Marshall's return to practice a boon for Bears

     Brandon Marshall's return to practice a boon for Bears
    Count Jay Cutler among the Bears happy to have receiver Brandon Marshall back this week. Marshall fully participated in practice Thursday for the second straight day. He had not done so since spraining his right ankle in the Sept. 7 loss to the Bills....
  • Bears eager to reboot with healthy team

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT When Jared Allen walked back out onto the practice field at Halas Hall Wednesday after losing 15 pounds due to pneumonia, it signaled a reboot to a season that hasn't really begun for...
  • Bears might be without LT Bushrod Sunday

    The Sports Xchange Bears might be without LT Bushrod Sunday LAkE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears have another potential problem on their offense line. Left tackle Jermon Bushrod has a knee injury suffered in practice that kept him from practicing...
  • Linemen Matt Slauson, Roberto Garza pushing for return vs. Panthers

    Linemen Matt Slauson, Roberto Garza pushing for return vs. Panthers
    The last three weeks haven’t been easy for Bears left guard Matt Slauson. Sidelined since the first half of the season opener with a high left ankle sprain, Slauson acknowledges the restlessness he has felt in missing three-plus games. “This...
  • Bears' Brandon Marshall apologizes for postgame snub

    Bears' Brandon Marshall apologizes for postgame snub
    On Sunday afternoon, shortly after the Chicago Bears lost to the Green Bay Packers 38-17 at Soldier Field, receiver Brandon Marshall shooed reporters away from his locker, asserting he wasn’t up for talking about his team’s setback or his role...