Bear Report Audio: CB Nathan Vasher

Not only did the Chicago Bears lose Mike Brown in Week 1 last year, but they were also without the services of Nathan Vasher for most of the season. Bear Report caught up with Vasher at Halas Hall after Wednesday's OTA workout, and subscribers can listen to that exclusive audio feature right here.

John Crist: When you did come back for that one game at Minnesota last year, the secondary was instantly that much better. How do you explain the chemistry you have with Charles Tillman on the other side of the field? Even though you are 50 yards away from each other, you always seem to know what the other is doing.

Nathan Vasher: We've just been able to play with each other for the past number of years, and hopefully we'll continue to do that. I don't know. I think our play styles, they kind of contrast a little bit where we work really well together. And if we continue to keep pushing each like we have – if he does what he's capable of doing, and that's dominate a whole side of the field – it's going to make our defense that much better.

Be sure to listen to the rest of JC's interview with Pro Bowl corner Nathan Vasher, an exclusive for Bear Report subscribers ...

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John Crist is the Publisher of Bear Report and a member of the Professional Football Writers of America. To read him every day, visit BearReport.com and become a Chicago Bears insider.

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