Misdemeanor battery charges against former Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer and his son, Zachary, were dropped Friday.
For so many recent Bears training camps, there was some drama to play out at the receiver positions, some position competition, something to resolve, usually something significant and pressing.
It is another sub-radar signing in the Bears’ 2015 but is also another that underscores the magnitude of possible changes coming to one of the NFL’s worst 2014 defenses.
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.
When Ryan Pace was brought in as Bears general manager, his first hire was head coach John Fox, noteworthy first because of his success, but also for his level of experience.