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In the sixth round, with the 183rd pick, San Jose State quarterback David Fales was drafted, who holds every passing record in school history.Analysts gave above average grades for the draft class.Head coach Marc Trestman stated, "We need to improve in all areas defensively and that will be a focal point for us this offseason. Our search for a defensive line and linebackers coach has begun and we will be looking for the best candidates whose experience can bring the most out of our veteran and young players in both areas." On January 22, Houston Texans linebacker coach Reggie Herring was hired to take Tibesar's place, while former Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator and Connecticut Huskies head coach Paul Pasqualoni became the defensive line coach.CBS Sports writer Joel Corry projected the Bears' salary cap to be ,632,799, with an adjusted cap of 8,013,800, which ranked fourth in the league, behind the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Oakland Raiders.However, this would be the only week of 2014 that the Bears had a winning record, as they fell to 3–5 upon reaching the bye week.The Bears lost three of those games by more than one touchdown, and allowed more than 50 points in consecutive games against the New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers.Matt Barkley then threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to David Fluellen to increase the lead to 28–17, but the margin would be shortened with Jimmy Clausen's 73-yard touchdown pass to Chris Williams; the Bears would fail to score on the two-point conversion after Clausen's pass was batted.Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson's seven-yard touchdown runs in the first quarter and Wilson's touchdown passes to Jermaine Kearse and Christine Michael of seven- and 29 yards, respectively, in the second quarter.
The former was used on Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey, the school's career-leading rusher, As a result of the trade with Denver, the Bears did not have a fifth-rounder.The Bears' preseason opponents were announced on April 9, 2014.The Bears began the preseason at home against the Philadelphia Eagles, who had hampered the Bears' playoff chances in 2013 after a 54–11 win.Head coach Marc Trestman would end the practice earlier than scheduled.The next day, Bennett was indefinitely suspended by the team.