Bears return specialist Devin Hester isn't running receiver routes during offseason workouts.
Devin Hester has accepted that he'll be a return specialist in 2013.
New Coach Marc Trestman said Devin Hester will strictly be a returner this season.
Devin Hester suggested Tuesday that he's going to be with the Bears in 2013.
Bears coach Marc Trestman wouldn't commit to Devin Hester as a receiver Thursday.
New Bears coach Marc Trestman admits Devin Hester could be done in Chicago.
Devin Hester confirmed that he has no plans to retire, but acknowledges he may "need a fresh start."
ESPN Chicago calls Devin Hester a "long shot" to contribute on offense in 2013.
The Chicago Tribune reports the Bears will be searching for a vertical threat at receiver this offseason.
Bears GM Phil Emery doesn't expect Devin Hester to follow through on his retirement threats.
Devin Hester told the Chicago Tribune on Monday that he's been considering retirement for the last two years.
An emotional Devin Hester told reporters that he is considering retiring from the NFL following Monday's firing of Bears coach Lovie Smith.
Devin Hester rushed once for two yards in Chicago's Week 17 win over the Lions, and wasn't targeted in the passing game.
With Earl Bennett (concussion) out for Week 15, Devin Hester will man the slot for the Bears against the Packers.