Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
We’re fascinated to see if Marc Trestman can get the Bears’ offense going with Jay Cutler.
The former Montreal Alouettes head coach takes over for Lovie Smith, who got the gate after a 10-6 season.
Still can’t forget Trestman’s ill-fated run with the 49ers in 1995-96. After the ’96 season, then owner Ed DeBartolo said this when a reporter asked about Trestman’s status for the following...Read more »
In one of the more unusual coaching moves during this year's hiring cycle, the Bears dipped into the CFL ranks to hire a head coach, although Marc Trestman has been a familiar face in the NFL.
The Bears hired the two-time Grey Cup winning Trestman away from the Montreal Alouettes. Trestman, who was 64-34 in five years as head coach, is a former NFL offensive coordinator who has worked...Read more »
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who has taken plenty of criticism in the wake of his move to bump left tackle JaMarcus Webb during last Thursday's game against the Packers, said he should have thought better of making contact with his teammate. But he didn't apologize for yelling at him for poor pass protection.
"I probably shouldn't have bumped him," Cutler said during...Read more »
In the wake of Thursday night's 23-10 loss to the Packers, Bears star linebacker Brian Urlacher thinks the team might not be as good as it thought, especially after a dominating Week 1 performance against rebuilding Indianapolis.
"Maybe we’re not as good as we thought we were," Urlacher told CSNChicago's John "Moon" Mullin. "We’ve got a long ways to go and that’s...Read more »