Found December 08, 2011 on NBC Chicago:
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Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your daily rundown of Bears news. Read on for plenty about Martz and Hanie's plans, the legacy all of the Bears QBs bring from college, the D's preparation, and the return of the Mac. Mike Martz says he plans on being back in Chicago next season. (CSN Chicago) He also plans on being more aggressive with Caleb Hanie's gameplan. (Chicago Tribune) Benching Hanie is not a likely option. (ESPN Chicago) The Bears quarterbacks bring with them losing records from college. (Chicago Sun-Times) With Tim Tebow coming to town, the defense is preparing for the option. (Chicago Tribune) Don't worry, everyone. Jim McMahon offered to come back to the Bears. (The PostGame) Follow Grizzly Detail on Twitter.Photo Credit: Getty Images
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