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.
The backup quarterback sometimes is the most popular player in preseason Chicago. This year the No. 1 candidate for the job — Jordan Palmer — is perhaps the most questioned.