With the rumor mill pointing towards the Chicago Bears being interested in signing veteran QB Brett Favre, word has surfaced that the Chicago Bears were actually interested in bringing in a veteran, QB Marc Bulger. Offensive coordinator Mike Martz coached Bulger during his time with the St. Louis Rams, so Marc Bulger had familiarity with Martz’s offense.
However, according to Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune, Marc Bulger was simply not interested in coming out of retirement. Mr. Pompei also reports that the Chicago Bears enterained the thought of bringing in free agent QB Donovan McNabb but ultimately decided against the move because of the time it would take McNabb to learn the offense.
Marc Bulger would have made a good fit for the Chicago Bears. Bulger was the back up for Joe Flacco with the Baltimore Ravens last season, never appearing in a game. He was playing on a one-year contract for the Ravens and simply decided to retire at the end of the year.
Bulger, 34, ha...