The linemen still won’t be in pads and meaningfully hitting each other, and any position battles will still be many weeks away from resolution.
During the owners meetings this Spring in Arizona, John Fox was asked how long it would take to turn around a Bears defense that was historically bad for the past two years.
Shea McClellin is going back to high school and couldn’t be more pleased at this latest step in his NFL career.
Talk is indeed very easy to come by, especially in minicamps. But putting coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio in context for purposes of credibility:
One member of the Bears’ former coaching staff described linebacker Shea McClellin as “just sufficient,” a barely adequate NFL player but nothing special.