From an offensive standpoint, Year 1 under Marc Trestman went about as well as the Bears could have hoped.
The Bears want quarterback Josh McCown back in 2014, but the club knows they will need to have a contingency plan in place if the veteran departs this offseason.
One reason for some reasonable skepticism at the til-now harmonious relationship between new coach Marc Trestman and his quarterback is because more than a little of the lavish praise being heaped
Marc Trestman wasn’t about to say whether watching film on his Montreal Alouettes teams would benefit the Cincinnati Bengals.
When the Bears take the field for the team’s third preseason game tonight in Oakland, head coach Marc Trestman will be making his first trip to the “Black Hole” in almost 10 years.