Fans and Chicago media blasted Bears coach John Fox’s use of the rookie quarterback in the 25-0 loss to the Browns. In a column headlined “Can Bears explain why John Fox wasn’t fired for his handling of Mitch Trubisky?” Chicago Tribune writer Steve Rosenbloom questioned why Trubisky dropped back to pass — and got knocked down and then sacked — on the final two plays of a meaningless preseason blowout.
“You know what’s more surprising than No. 2 overall draft choice Mitch Trubisky dropping back to throw two passes at the end of the dumbest practice game ever? The fact that the Bears didn’t immediately fire John Fox for that unnecessary and dangerous bit of nonsense Thursday,” Rosenbloom wrote.
Offseason free-agent acquisition Mike Glennon is still the starter for the Bears heading into Week 1, but Trubisky had impressed enough this preseason to earn the start Thursday. But after he began the game handing the ball off nine straight times on three consecutive three-and-out series, Soldier Field erupted in boos and the Twittersphere ripped Fox’s strategy.
Players who meet certain criteria will still be required to go to the locker room for further testing and diagnosis. The use of the tent will not replace the formal evaluations that take place off the field. Instead, it will create a better environment for doctors to determine whether a player can return to the field or will need further monitoring.
“We will ask that all sideline concussion exams be done in the tent, but if the initial screening suggests a concussion, then the more extensive concussion evaluation will be done in the locker room just as we have previously done,” Sills said.
The pro game isn’t the only place you’ll see these Cheap Football Jerseys tents. The University of Alabama was a pioneer in creating private examination spaces, using Cheap Goalkeeper Jerseys its own tent throughout the 2015 season and even bringing it to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Other schools, including Clemson, Ohio State, and Florida State, soon followed.