The Chicago Bears recently lost third-string quarterback
Matt Blanchard for an undisclosed period after he suffered a fractured knuckle
on his left hand during Thursday’s second preseason contest against the San
Diego Chargers. Now minus a quarterback, Bears coach Mark Trestman told
reporters – including Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago – that the team will
look to work quickly...
During Thursday night’s preseason win over the San Diego Chargers, Bears second-year QB Matt Blanchard suffered a fractured a knuckle on his left hand.
“Certainly that’s something that we’re gonna have to repair fairly quickly to get a third quarterback on the roster,” Bears HC Marc Trestman when asked about the possibility of signing another quarterback at some point...
Bears head coach Marc Trestman is an offensive innovator, and the Chicago offense is already starting to see some of the changes.
During the Bears’ rookie camp over the weekend, Trestman had second-year quarterback Matt Blanchard wearing a special helmet with a video camera attached to it.
Trestman is using the camera to help track his quarterback’s every move, primarily how...
Chicago Bears quarterback Matt Blanchard had little chance to impress coaches last season or during an April minicamp, so he did what he could to make the most of his chance to throw at the team's rookie camp that ended Sunday.
That included wearing a camera on his helmet.
To get a better idea how Blanchard understands the offense, the Bears had him wear a unique helmet camera...
A month before NFL free agency begins, the Chicago Bears are not only reviewing other teams potential free agents, but self-scouting their own club and deciding on who they want to bring back. With that in mind, here’s the list of Bears free agents and some comments on their future in Chicago. Pos Player QB Matt Blanchard….Second-year developmental prospect previous [...]
Matt Blanchard had a strong preseason, compelling Chicago to stash him on the practice squad. The Bears now have a talented, young, developmental signal caller in the pipeline.
It didn’t take long for the Chicago Bears to fill out their eight man practice squad. Familiar names dotted the roster when NFL clubs were permitted to sign developmental players at 11am Saturday. The Bears added a third quarterback, rookie Matt Blanchard from Wisconsin-Whitewater, just in case injuries would strike Jay Cutler and/or Jason Campbell. Blanchard was in camp with [...]
The Bears' quarterback situation isn't quite what we thought it would be for 2012.Aside from Jay Cutler and Jason Campbell, it seemed like Josh McCown was a shoe in for the third-string spot at the beginning of the year.After all, it was McCown who kept the Bears competitive against Green Bay back on Christmas Day.It was McCown who led the Bears to victory against Minnesota...
Chicago QB Matt Blanchard looked as good, or better, as any Bears signal caller in the preseason opener. Bear Report goes one-on-one with the undrafted rookie out of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Quarterback Matt Blanchard was one of seven undrafted rookies signed by the Bears following rookie minicamp. Bear Report caught up with the signal caller from Wisconsin-Whitewater.