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Marc Trestman has a year under his belt now as head coach in the NFL. He seems to be taking a more aggressive approach this offseason in an effort to change the tides and get the Bears back in the postseason.
Trestman realizes he needs to build on last season's success on offense. Rookie quarterback David Fales used words like "chaos, bring the rage [and] intense" when describing his first experience with Trestman, according to Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com.
There are new veteran assistant coaches on defense tapped with the task of getting the unit back to respectability.
Defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni has to blend two rookie defensive tackles in with some stud defensive ends, and linebackers coach Reggie Herring has to find a way to get the most out of Shea McClellin and Jon Bostic.
Trestman wants this whole team to come together quickly. He even moved all the lockers around before the start of the offseason program. They are no longer separated by position. Offensive and defensive players are now next to each other to build unity.