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The preseason with a new coaching staff is all about incremental progress. And setting the bar low. ‘‘When you’re a new staff on a new team, it’s going to come slowly,’’ Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer said. ‘‘We’re trying to get a feel for the…Share Tweet
BOURBONNAIS — Assignments will be blown, sacks will be given up and frustration will ensue. But Bears offensive coordinator/line coach Aaron Kromer wants that to continue right now for two rookies, right guard Kyle Long and right tackle Jordan Mills. Kr…Share Tweet
Tight end Fendi Onobun’s stock hasn’t dropped, coaches sayBOURBONNAIS — One play overshadowed many for tight end Fendi Onobun in the Bears’ exhibition opener last week against the Carolina Panthers. He dropped a guaranteed touchdown in the second quarter, raising his concerns about becoming a legitimate receiv…Share TweetThe preseason with a new coaching staff is all about incremental progress. And setting the bar low. ‘‘When you’re a new staff on a new team, it’s going to come slowly,’’ Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer said. ‘‘We’re trying to get a feel for the…Share Tweet
PFT on NBCSN: Phil Emery, Bears/Vikings camp updatesprofootballtalk.com Aug 14, 2013Our series of training camp updates heads to the NFC North on Wednesday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. Bears General Manager Phil Emery will speak to Scott Pioli about his team as we check in with his team and their rivals in Minnesota. We’ll …Share TweetHUB ARKUSH: When Marc Trestman, Jay Cutler, Aaron Kromer and pretty much everyone who matters for the Bears talked about the importance of calling plays, lining up correctly and avoiding pre-snap penalties as the priorities for Game 1 of the preseason, …Share TweetESPN.com Aug 14, 2013CHICAGO -- Here are five things to keep an eye on Thursday night when the Chicago Bears host the San Diego Chargers at Soldier Field. 1. The progress of the offense: The 10 snaps the Bears' starting offense took in Carolina is too small of a sample size…Share Tweet
Biggest Concern For Bears' Offense?Aug 14The NFL Live crew debates the question: What is the Bears' biggest concern for their offense, the offensive line or Marc Trestman's new offense?
Offensive concerns continue for Jay Cutler and the Chicago BearsAug 14Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears offense continue to have problems adjusting to new coach Marc Trestman's offense, and rookie offensive lineman Kyle Long falls victim to a scary prank. Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times explains.