Everything moved faster for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears offense Tuesday at minicamp practice - including the new coach.
The new, up-tempo offense came complete with Marc Trestman running all over the field, up and down the sidelines, to get his point across to players in a high-energy style the Bears aren't used to seeing from their head coach.
''That's just how I have been doing it,'' said Trestman, who came to the Bears from the CFL's Montreal Alouettes after the firing of Lovie Smith. ''I like football and like moving around and making sure people are running to the ball and that is kind of how I have done it.''
Cutler liked the new approach.
''It was faster,'' he said. ''We were in and out of the huddle. I think we wanted to try to create as game-like an atmosphere as possible. A lot of plays, in and out.''
The changes included shorter drops by Cutler to throw, the ball getting out quicker and less complicated pass routes. It's just the opposite of the passing game the...