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He turned red. He turned purple. As an athlete he had been overwhelming in high school, dominant at Pitt, ferocious in the NFL. In 1983, his second year as Bears head coach, he had been so infuriated after a loss, he punched a filing cabinet with his right hand, breaking a bone in the process. ” He was perpetually agitated, outspoken, a puffing volcano always on the verge of eruption. This was the head coach of the storied Chicago franchise, the granddaddy of the league? Help. But, Ditka knew what it meant to be a Bear.
The year before they had finished 8–8. In 1982, a strike-shortened misfire, they had gone 3–6. The year before that, 6–10. The year before that, 7–9. You threw in with the Bears at your own risk. They hadn’t won anything since 1963, three years before the Super Bowl was invented. Still, the Bears had this fellow named Payton. And they had a nostalgia-laden tradition. And starting in 1982 they had a new coach with fire in his eyes, a sometimes-frightening, sometimes-inspiring former All-Pro tight end by the name of Mike Ditka.
But Platteville was a place for the Bears to come together and focus on the season ahead with relatively few distractions. In July 1985, that focus was keen and narrow. The coach was fired up. So were the veterans. Still, it wasn’t as pleasant and unified an atmosphere as it could have been. “Al was in between a linebacker and a defensive end; he was a slipper and a slider. You could put him up or you could put him down. ” —Ditka on Al Harris Two key defensive members of the Bears’ 1984 team were holding out, looking for better contracts.