Earlier this offseason Bears' offensive coordinator Mike Martz sounded open to bringing in another veteran quarterback to provide depth and experience behind incumbent starter Jay Cutler.
But with four weeks of organized team activities now in the books, the Bears appear content to open training camp with Caleb Hanie as the No. 2 quarterback after the former undrafted free agent finished up the offseason program on a high note, according to multiple team sources.
Caleb Hanie is a major question mark. It's recommended backing up Jay Cutler with a proven veteran in larger fantasy formats. This could also be a sign that the Bears are saving money for a free agent acquisition. (Terrell Owens?)