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Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler
Jay Cutler is the quarterback of the Chicago Bears. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 2006 NFL draft and played three years in Denver before being traded to the Bears in 2009 for quarterback Kyle Orton and the Bears' first and third-round selections in the 2009 draft, and the Bears' top pick in 2010. He played his college football at Vanderbilt.
Jay Cutler is the quarterback of the Chicago Bears. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 2006 NFL draft and played three years in Denver before being traded to the Bears in 2009 for quarterback Kyle Orton and the Bears' first and third-round selections in the 2009 draft, and the Bears' top pick in 2010. He played his college football at Vanderbilt. « Show less

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  • How to fix the Bears defense

    How to fix the Bears defense
    Welp, the Bears paid Jay Cutler. Paid him like they landed on Boardwalk with three hotels and a Risk ten-army on top. (You make some rules changes to get through Chicago winters.) And whether or not you agree they overpaid for No. 6, all Bears fans can...
  • Tempting fate with QB's possibly premature return

    Tempting fate with QB's possibly premature return
    Jeff George felt Jay Cutler's pain. As Cutler limped off FedEx Field three weeks ago in Landover, Md., with a torn left groin muscle, George was watching on television at home in Indianapolis and reliving one of the worst days of his 12-year NFL career....
  • Cutler can show he's money (or counterfeit)

    Cutler can show he's money (or counterfeit)
    Stevie Sunshine is here to wish you a happy Boxing Day and to bring you the gift of, well, sunshine. I have found the upside of the Bears’ joke of a defense. No lie. I have unearthed the one positive from the historically pathetic run defense....
  • Sighting: Jay Cutler treats offensive line to steaks at Chicago Cut

    Sighting: Jay Cutler treats offensive line to steaks at Chicago Cut
    Jay Cutler took care of the men who took care of him this season. The Bears' quarterback treated his offensive line and running back Matt Forte to dinner at Chicago Cut Steakhouse Dec. 30 -- the day after the Green Bay Packers ended the Bears’...
  • Speaking of sports

     
    Our regular Tuesday foray into some things sports... It was 71 degrees in our living room as we watched the Bears dismantle the Cowboys Monday night, but it felt like 68 degrees. The wickedly cold temperatures at Soldier Field certainly......
  • These Bears are cool as ice(bergs)

    These Bears are cool as ice(bergs)
    On the surface, the Bears are having what seems to be another in an unending series of very Bearsy seasons. The team is on top of the NFC North with an 8-6 record by a paper-slim margin with two games to go. This could be anywhere between an 8-8...
  • This Bears QB conversation sounds familiar ...

    This Bears QB conversation sounds familiar ...
    Three Bears fans walk into a bar. Let's call them Trusty, Scaredy and Doubty: Trusty: So, Jay Cutler should start Sunday, right? Scaredy: Absolutely! Did you see that arm strength in the Cleveland game? He fits the football into windows that Josh...
  • Just Joshin'

    He doesn't have the rocket arm. Or the celebrity wife. Or even a Tumblr of him "smoking." Josh McCown keeps his distance from all that noise. The 34-year-old Texas native's happy-to-be-here approach to his NFL career has helped Chicago embrace him as...
  • Bad, stupid, heartless, spineless -- Bears wear it all

    Bad, stupid, heartless, spineless -- Bears wear it all
    It couldn’t have been simpler. There couldn’t have been greater motivation. The Bears took the field in Philadelphia on Sunday night knowing they could win the NFC North and gain a playoff spot if they beat the Eagles. The Lions lost...
  • Marc Trestman needs victory to make season a success

    Marc Trestman needs victory to make season a success
    Before the 54-11 annihilation by the Eagles that really wasn't that close, Bears Chairman George McCaskey revealed the organizational mindset during an impromptu casual conversation. "The next two weeks should be exciting for you guys,'' I told...
  • Fairy tale ending can come true for the Bears

     Fairy tale ending can come true for the Bears
    'Tis the season to believe. What better way to drive home that point than a Bears victory Sunday against the Packers at Soldier Field in a winner-take-all showdown for the seemingly unwanted NFC North title? Mad as the idea seems, the Bears have one...