I didn’t know what I was doing that day I visited the Chicago Bears.
It was in October 1985 when the Bears were the talk of the sports world, running roughshod through the NFL and being called one of the greatest football teams of all time.
They were brash, cocky and, at that point, unbeaten.
I was the new guy on the block, less than nine months into a career that has now lasted more than 31 years. Unbeknownst to me at the time, I really didn’t know what I was doing.