The Bears went into the 2013 season with Pro Bowl players at both corners and two safeties who had stabilized a position area after years of turnover.
Brandon Marshall remembers well his one meeting with Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb. Actually, he would probably like to forget it.
The run support from the Bears’ second level – rookie linebackers Jon Bostic and Khaseem Greene plus veteran James Anderson – broke down at times in the second half of the loss to the Detroit Lion
Defensive end Shea McClellin was out of his third straight day of practice with a hamstring strain that has him officially “doubtful” and unofficially “out” of the Baltimore game on Sunday.
Sometimes football is exceedingly complex; schemes, concepts, formations, whatever. Other times it is remarkably simple, at least at its core: