Chicago Bears owner George McCaskey has made the controversial decision to change his team’s mascot to a bear.
The bear, who first appeared on the team’s jersey back in 2014, was not a part of the team back then and became a joke during the team owner’s tenure.
But McCaskeys decision has been met with some criticism from players and fans who say the bear is a symbol of the Bears’ success over the past few seasons.
“I think it’s a joke,” cornerback Patrick Peterson said during an appearance on Fox Sports Chicago.
And then you go and go play another game.” “
And then you change the logo and you get rid of it.
And then you go and go play another game.”
Peterson has long been a fan of the bear, but he said the change has gotten out of hand.
“The way I see it, it’s more about how the players look at it than how the fans look at the logo,” Peterson said.
Peterson, who is the Bears No. 4 cornerback, added that he’s unsure if he will continue to wear the bear. “
They’re seeing it and then they’re watching the Bears play and they’re saying ‘Oh, this is going to be tough, he’s a bear.'”
Peterson, who is the Bears No. 4 cornerback, added that he’s unsure if he will continue to wear the bear.
“At the end of the day, it could be my last year, I don’t know,” Peterson added.
“But I’ll never change that, that’s my team.
I’ll always be a Bears fan.”
The Bears have faced criticism from some players for changing their logo, as well.
“Honestly, it was just a little too much, too much,” safety Jordan Richards said during a radio interview with the station WLS.
“People have different opinions.
But it’s not like you’re going to make people go out and wear whatever.
I’m not a huge fan of it.”