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Marc Trestman

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  • Bears WR Brandon Marshall leaves Soldier Field in ambulance

    Bears WR Brandon Marshall leaves Soldier Field in ambulance
    Bears receiver Brandon Marshall left Soldier Field in an ambulance Thursday night, headed for a nearby hospital after suffering what was announced as an injury to his ribs in the second quarter against the Cowboys. After making a 15-yard catch to...
  • Bears announce hiring of assistant coaches

    Bears announce hiring of assistant coaches
    Mobile, Ala. -- The Chicago Bears continued to make changes to their coaching staff Tuesday. Hours after announcing the hiring of Vic Fangio, the Bears also finalized deals with three new assistant coaches: offensive line coach Dave Magazu, assistant...
  • Bears GM-coach hiring timeline

    Hard to believe it has been less than three weeks since coach Marc Trestman and general Phil Emery presided over the Bears' last game of the 2014 season. So much has changed since then. Dec. 28: Bears lose 13-9 at Minnesota to finish 5-11. Dec. 29:...
  • Bears bringing in Jeff Rodgers as special teams coordinator

    Bears bringing in Jeff Rodgers as special teams coordinator
    The Chicago Bears began building new coach John Fox's staff Monday, hiring Jeff Rodgers to be their special teams coordinator. Rodgers succeeds Joe DeCamillis, who filled the position for two years under former head coach Marc Trestman.        ...
  • Bears ran more early, but not better

     Bears ran more early, but not better
    The Bears weathered a flood of criticism about their offensive balance after the 34-17 Week 13 loss to the Lions in Detroit, a game in which running back Matt Forte only had five carries for six yards as the Bears threw 48 times out of 59 plays. On...
  • Imagine if Bears were giving you new coach Darrell Bevell

    Imagine if Bears were giving you new coach Darrell Bevell
    Can you imagine if the Bears were introducing Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell as their new head coach this week? Can you imagine if the Bears were coming off a 5-11 season punctuated with miserable offensive decisions and now trying to...
  • Bears say they're moving on from Aaron Kromer's comments on Jay Cutler

    Bears say they're moving on from Aaron Kromer's comments on Jay Cutler
    When Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer stood up in a meeting Monday at Halas Hall to issue an unexpected and emotional confession, his players admittedly were taken aback. Surprised. Confused. Not fully certain what was weighing so heavily on his...
  • Huddle up: Bears and Saints have same poor record, but different goals

    Huddle up: Bears and Saints have same poor record, but different goals
    What does a 5-8 record mean in today's NFL? For the Bears, it means major frustration at the tail end of a disappointing season. For the Saints, it means a share of the NFC South lead and a realistic chance to host a playoff game on the first weekend of...
  • Three things we learned about the Bears in Week 15

    Three things we learned about the Bears in Week 15
    There’s only one good thing you can say about the Chicago Bears’ Week 15: It’s over. The Bears followed their in-house drama with another flat offensive performance in a 31-15 loss to the Saints, their third straight nationally...
  • Marc Trestman vows to adapt to Ravens' offense, not overhaul it

    Marc Trestman vows to adapt to Ravens' offense, not overhaul it
    In his first comments since being named Ravens offensive coordinator Tuesday, Marc Trestman made one thing clear: he has no plans to make sweeping changes with the offense. “It’s never going to be my offense. It’s always going to be...
  • Bears buried in avalanche of self-inflicted distractions

    Bears buried in avalanche of self-inflicted distractions
    Jay Cutler pulled the knife out of his back this week and felt healed by the power of communication. The Bears' quarterback genuinely appreciated offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer's admission and apology Monday for disparaging him to an NFL Network...