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Marc Trestman

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  • Bears could name Conte starter today

    The Chicago Bears might shed light Wednesday on who they plan to line up at free safety when the season begins Sunday against the Buffalo Bills at Soldier Field. “I think we’re going to still wait and see,” coach Marc Trestman said...
  • Will Bears defense be ready when the bell rings?

    Will Bears defense be ready when the bell rings?
    As the calendar flipped to September, the Bears marched into Week 1 of the regular season Monday, eager to attack this weekend's opener with the Bills. But 40 days after training camp opened, coach Marc Trestman probably would prefer even more time to get...
  • How the Bears REALLY survive training camp

    How the Bears REALLY survive training camp
    Bears fans need only wait until Friday to get their first in-game look at the 2014 team, regardless of how meaningless the result against Philadelphia will be. In the meantime, the players are busy at training camp mastering their technique, studying...
  • Get on board with Jay; it's not too late

    Get on board with Jay; it's not too late
    We have been programmed to give up on offensive football when it comes to the Bears. After all, most of the franchise's immortals are defensive players. Initially, I was a frequent armchair quarterback critic of Jay Cutler. A friend of mine, who is...
  • In the Wake of the Web

    In the Wake of the Web
    Quick, digital-only thoughts from In the Wake of the News columnistDavid Haugh. For openers ... Nobody will ever know what Tony Stewart was thinking Saturday night as his car approached Kevin Ward Jr. on the dirt track in Canandaigua, N.Y. Nobody...
  • Tuesday's Bears training camp rundown

    Position battle: Running back Shaun Draughn: The veteran turned upfield after catching a pass during team drills. Cornerback Sherrick McManis ran beside Draughn and punched out the ball. The defense recovered the fumble. Draughn had only one carry for 2...
  • Sunday's Bears camp rundown

    Sunday's Bears camp rundown
    Position battle: Kick returner Eric Weems: The eighth-year vet was back for three of the five kickoffs the Bears received in Friday's exhibition opener. Michael Ford took the other two. Weems had returns of 21 and 23 yards with a touchback mixed in...
  • Monday's Bears camp rundown

    Monday's Bears camp rundown
    Position battle: Safety Chris Conte: In his second practice since returning from the physically unable to perform list, Conte intercepted Jordan Palmer's underthrown wobbler in the end zone. The crowd cheered him — imagine that — as he...
  • Morgan wants to keep grip on No. 3 receiver job

    Josh Morgan's ascent to the Bears' No. 3 receiver role has unfolded just about as he hoped it would. The six-year veteran is not a flashy player. Over the last four months, he quietly has gotten comfortable with the playbook. He kept grinding for his...
  • Youth, experience, leadership gave Clausen edge

    Youth, experience, leadership gave Clausen edge
    Jimmy Clausen's relative youth and game experience were among several factors that prompted coach Marc Trestman to choose him over Jordan Palmer as the Bears' backup quarterback. Clausen, who turns 27 in September, has thrown 299 regular-season passes,...
  • How little errors added up to big Bears loss in Seattle

    How little errors added up to big Bears loss in Seattle
    In all, 120 plays were run during the Chicago Bears’ 34-6 loss in Seattle on Friday night. And without doing a hard snap-by-snap review, it’s safe to say the Bears came out on the wrong end of most. Call that an educated guess after a game...