The only thing more humbling than the bumbling the Bears went through in weeks seven through nine would be if Marc Trestman's predecessor and the quarterback he chose not to keep were riding high,
July 1 is finally upon us, and that means the Big Ten just got bigger.
The Bears’ offseason work has ranged from the highlight-reel (Jared Allen) to the very interesting, and is not done yet. Particularly at the quarterback spot of late.
The 4-3 defense is alive and well in the NFC and the Bears will be seeing a lot of familiar iterations of it in 2014.
Still being under a contract paying him $5 million in its final year certainly afforded Lovie Smith the chance to reassess life, professional and otherwise.