Chicago Bears quarterback Marc Tressel is open to a living room renovation and an expansion of the club’s indoor practice facility, according to a report in the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Bears are currently looking at the possibility of upgrading their indoor practice complex, according the report, which notes that they would be able to expand the facility to a capacity of 30,000.
Bears president Mitch Trubisky has long said he would like to see the Bears upgrade the practice facility to at least a capacity 30,200, though he has yet to make a final decision on whether he will move forward with that expansion plan.
Bears quarterback Cody Kessler told the paper he doesn’t know if he would want to leave the team, and that he would “love to be a part of this organization” in the future.
The report adds that Trubisk has not ruled out moving forward with the renovation plans for the indoor practice facilities.
The Sun-Time reported earlier this month that Trumans interest in renovating the Bears’ practice facilities had increased since he took over for fired coach Marc Bulger in the summer of 2018.
Trubos plans to renovate the Bears facility, but he has not made a decision on what exactly that will entail yet.