If Charles Johnson is correct, this is not good news for the Bears.
Johnson, drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 2013, worked with and closely observed quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
It wouldn’t rank with the sting of seeing Jim McMahon, Steve McMichael and other former Bears donning Green Bay Packer green and gold.
In the first of a three-part series 'Looking Ahead' to training camp, CSNChicago.com Bears Insider previews the linebacker competition that lies ahead in Bourbonnais.
The running back position may be devalued in some corners of the NFL, and running backs at age 30 are commonly marginalized even more as their ability to continue handling heavy workloads is quest
Best guess for the 2015 Bears offense is that head coach John Fox and offensive coordinator Adam Gase will not only establish a credible run game, but also one built around two running backs.