• Bears won’t play QBs they care about in finale

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 19, 2013
    But rest assured Bears fans, you still get to pay full fare for that ticket. Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman revealed on Monday that starting quarterback Jay Cutler and his primary backup Josh McCown will not see the field in the team’s preseason finale Aug. The Bears are basically admitting they’d rather not show up for the preseason finale, by announcing they would not play either quarterback Jay Cutler or backup Josh McCown, according to Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago. We don’t yet know if the Bears are a better-coached team under Trestman. Smith was the last one to realize that Rex Grossman wasn’t his quarterback, that Mark Anderson wasn’t an every-down defensive end and that Hester couldn’t be a productive receiver and the best kick returner of all time.
    • Palmer, Edwards to handle all reps in finale

      LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman revealed on Monday that starting quarterback Jay Cutler and his primary backup, Josh McCown, will not see the field in the team’s preseason finale Aug. 29 versus the Cleveland Browns. Instead, …
      Source: ESPN.com
  • For better or worse, the Bears are decisive

    Under Lovie Smith, the Bears never ran out of reasons why J’Marcus Webb should be their starting left or right tackle. Under Marc Trestman, the Bears needed only three weeks and one preseason game to find the one reason why he shouldn’t: They can do bet…
    Source: suntimes.com
    • Trestman proving to be all Bears hoped he’d be

      The last question Bears coach Marc Trestman got in Bourbonnais before breaking his first training camp wasn’t about quarterback Jay Cutler, the offensive line, the defense or an undrafted rookie making an impression. It was about him. It was about his p…
      Source: suntimes.com

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