With OTAs finished, the most alarming thing about the Bears is that they seem satisfied with their No. 2 quarterback. I doubt the satisfaction is genuine, since I’m sure they would have liked to have signed Marc Bulger before he went to Baltimore. However, at this point, the Bears are at least saying through gritted teeth that Caleb Hanie is great and that everything is going to be OK. Per ESPNChicago.com’s Jeff Dickerson
“The Bears appear content to open training camp with Caleb Hanie as the No. 2 quarterback after the former undrafted free agent finished up the offseason program on a high note, according to multiple team sources.”
Last season, Hanie served as Cutler’s primary backup; however, no one’s job was on the line.
Dan LeFevour isn’t the answer, either. Unless the question is: How did a 7-9 team with a long list of holes to fill attempt to imitate a Super Bowl champion looking for potential?
Good luck, Cutler. I hope the seven-steps drops prominent in Mike Martz’s offense aren’t the end of you. And good luck, O-Line. Everyone in the front office and on the coaching staff is pulling for you.