Former Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer will miss the first six games of the upcoming NFL season, the Buffalo Bills announced late Sunday.
Former Bears offensive coordinator and current Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was reportedly arrested early on Sunday for battery with intent to cause bodily harm.
For a variety of reasons, offensive coordinators have not fared well in Chicago working with quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Bears currently have only David Fales under contract for 2015 behind Jay Cutler on their quarterback depth chart.
It's safe to say that the Bears' 2014 season was a disaster of epic proportions.