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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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  • Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall

    Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall
    Phil Emery went on and on about Brandon Marshall on Labor Day, and I believe he’s still talking. The Bears general manager said his Pro Bowl wide receiver is a better player than he was during his record-setting 2012. More dynamic, Emery said....
  • At some point, you have to tackle

    At some point, you have to tackle
    Shea McClellin ended Aaron Rodgers’ night on the first series of Bears-Packers on Monday Night Football. Yes, that Shea McClellin. Yes, with a sack of that Aaron Rodgers. Slamming down the Packers quarterback in the red zone, the Bears so-called...
  • Sit, Jay

    Sit, Jay
    I can’t think of one good reason for Jay Cutler to come back as early as Sunday. Unless he can tackle and play safety. Cutler’s torn groin reportedly was magically healing to the point that he would play against the Lions only two weeks...
  • What you know about the Bears CAN hurt you

    What you know about the Bears CAN hurt you
    Sometimes I wish I didn't know anything about football. Because if I didn't, I might have enjoyed Sunday's two-point disaster against Detroit. I might even be smiling now, just like the bartender who served me and my friends during the game. For...
  • The bigger Cutler question for Trestman

    The bigger Cutler question for Trestman
    Marc Trestman sounded optimistic that Jay Cutler would start Sunday.  One question, of course, is whether Cutler would finish the game. The doctors cleared Cutler to practice at full speed and Trestman planned to put him through a full-speed workout...
  • A clean Cutler is a happy Cutler

    A clean Cutler is a happy Cutler
    For the past decade, the Bears were the team with great defense and special teams and juuuust enough offense to be competitive. This combo resulted in a couple of close calls, but no Super Bowl wins. The recipe for NFL success changed, and we've...
  • Nooooo! Too many Bears lows against Detroit

    Nooooo! Too many Bears lows against Detroit
    In the end, the Bears' scrappy effort wasn’t enough. "It was really a day of missed opportunities," coach Marc Trestman said. Settling for a field goal. Costly penalties. They were just part of the equation in Sunday’s 21-19 loss to...
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Eagles officially the league's hottest team

     
    Five wins in a row officially makes the Eagles the hottest team in the NFL. That honor previously belonged to Carolina, which had won eight straight before getting destroyed by New Orleans last night. This brings us to Question 1......
  • Bears' Jay Cutler will miss game against Ravens; Charles Tillman placed on injured reserve

    The Chicago Bears are officially banged-up heading into Sunday's game against the Ravens at Soldier Field. The Bears placed cornerback Charles "Peanut" Tillman on injured reserve-designated to return with a triceps injury, which means he's out for at...
  • Trestman faces a credibility issue

    Trestman faces a credibility issue
    One month, Bears coach Marc Trestman is saying defensive coordinator Mel Tucker is doing an “amazing’’ job. Next month, Trestman is leaving Tucker’s continued employment a question. Thanks for all the support, boss....
  • Welcome back, Devin Hester

    Welcome back, Devin Hester
    Isn’t this where we came in with Devin Hester? Isn’t this the kind of guy we saw eight seasons ago when he pantsed the NFL with kickoff and punt returns that were, well, ridiculous, as Jeff Joniak said? Hester is back to returning kicks...