Bears Interested in Todd Collins as Jay Cutler’s Backup

The backup QB spot remains an issue for the Bears, as the Chicago Tribune reports that the team is now interested in Todd Collins, who was with the Chiefs and basically knows Mike Martz’s system.

A league source told the Tribune the Bears are waiting to hear from Todd Collins, who spent eight seasons playing for the Chiefs and was in Dick Vermeil’s offense, virtually the same one Martz was running in St. Louis at the time. The Bears inquired about another player familiar with the scheme, Trent Green. But the two-time Pro Bowl performer is going to remain committed to broadcast work, his agent Jim Steiner said. The Bears also called Damon Huard and he told them he is retired.

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One Response to “Bears Interested in Todd Collins as Jay Cutler’s Backup”

  1. brian urchlarer,is fine we will do better against the cardinals come and watch the game its will be a treat, come and watch the game,saturday.

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