Bears backup quarterback Caleb Hanie, whose right arm was in a sling, will undergo tests Sunday to determine the injury to his right shoulder.
Hanie had two turnovers, but he had several encouraging plays, including a 47-yard completion to receiver Devin Aromashodu. For the game, he was 10 of 17 for 148 yards, for a passer rating of 82.5.
If the Bears need to bring in a veteran, the available options include a former No. 1 overall pick, a former MVP candidate and a four-time Pro Bowl selection. Unfortunately, though, the stock isn't real high on either JaMarcus Russell or Daunte Cupepper or Jeff Garcia. Other available quarterbacks include Josh McCown, Todd Collins, Matt Gutierrez and Brian St. Pierre.
McCown worked with Martz in Detroit, during the 2006 season, and he expressed a strong interest in signing with the Bears in May.
Not giving the Bears much encouragement was rookie Dan LeFevour. The former Central Michigan standout struggled throughout Saturday's game, completing just two of 10 passes for 21 yards.
"It could have been better, obviously," he said. "Things were happening quickly, but I didn't react quick enough.
"Just got to roll with it. You got to do the best you can."