Before eventually signing the more experienced Jimmy Clausen to compete with Jordan Palmer and the even-less-experienced (and now-departed) Jerrod Johnson, there was a legitimate case for General
When Aaron Kromer arrived as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at the outset of the 2013 offseason, he raised more than a few eyebrows when he set out the No.
As if there weren’t already enough quarterbacks flying around Bears OTA sessions…
Marc Trestman has not made “balance” a specific head-coaching objective for his offense.
The most popular player in Bears town has not infrequently been the backup quarterback.