Perhaps Lance Briggs is just stating the obvious. The Bears organization and its players aren’t getting along great right now.
“In the past, things have just worked themselves out. I think there’s a big transition going on right now in Chicago,” Briggs told CSNChicago.com this week. “The players and the management are not seeing eye-to-eye on a lot of different issues and a lot of different player’s situations. I don’t know where it’s going to go and how it’s going to pan out.”
We assume Briggs isn’t talking about Jay Cutler’s colorful instructions to Mike Martz. He’s more likely discussing the contractual disagreements that have included Matt Forte, Briggs, and safety Chris Harris.
There is a lot of negative chatter around and within this team even though they are at .500. It feels like things could really get ugly if the Bears string a few losses together.