Lovie Smith was one of a number of NFL coaches that were fired on Monday morning, as the Chicago Bears have decided to go in a different direction after missing the playoffs for a second straight season. After the announcement was made, Bears receiver Devin Hester became one of the first players to overact to his coach being shown the door.
“I don’t even know if I want to play again,” Hester said, via ESPNChicago.com. “That’s been something on my mind for two years.
“It’s not (much fun for me anymore). I’ve got my workers comp papers in my pocket. We’ll see how I feel. I’m going to go home and talk to my wife and talk to my family and see where we go from there. I got two beautiful kids, man, two boys. A lot of stress has been on my mind lately.”
Hester has mentioned in the past how he is unhappy with his role — or lack thereof — in the Bears passing attack. He has been one of the best kick returners in the game over the past several seasons, but the 30-year-old pondered on Monday i