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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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  • A legacy: Lovie Smith, the Bears, what was and what might have been

    A legacy: Lovie Smith, the Bears, what was and what might have been
    One by one they will take you back to that week in January 2007, to the peak of Bears football in the 21st century. Ron Turner, then the offensive coordinator, recalls the practices leading up to the NFC championship game, a buildup of focus and...
  • Bears say they're moving on from Aaron Kromer's comments on Jay Cutler

    Bears say they're moving on from Aaron Kromer's comments on Jay Cutler
    When Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer stood up in a meeting Monday at Halas Hall to issue an unexpected and emotional confession, his players admittedly were taken aback. Surprised. Confused. Not fully certain what was weighing so heavily on his...
  • Huddle up: Bears and Saints have same poor record, but different goals

    Huddle up: Bears and Saints have same poor record, but different goals
    What does a 5-8 record mean in today's NFL? For the Bears, it means major frustration at the tail end of a disappointing season. For the Saints, it means a share of the NFC South lead and a realistic chance to host a playoff game on the first weekend of...
  • Strain showing between Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall

    Strain showing between Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall
    The Chicago Bears were eliminated from postseason contention in Week 14, but the suspense doesn’t end there. The final three games will help dictate the franchise’s offseason course. It could be a bumpy ride, if the past week was any...
  • Josh McCown and Jay Cutler each struggle without the other's presence

    Josh McCown and Jay Cutler each struggle without the other's presence
    Jay Cutler normally isn't publicly introspective. Josh McCown, though, can bring that out in people. Cutler stood before dozens of guests at Halas Hall on May 6 to accept the Bears' Brian Piccolo Award on his friend's behalf. McCown had left the Bears...
  • Bears buried in avalanche of self-inflicted distractions

    Bears buried in avalanche of self-inflicted distractions
    Jay Cutler pulled the knife out of his back this week and felt healed by the power of communication. The Bears' quarterback genuinely appreciated offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer's admission and apology Monday for disparaging him to an NFL Network...
  • Aaron Rodgers sympathizes with Jay Cutler

    Aaron Rodgers sympathizes with Jay Cutler
    NFL.com reports: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers voiced support for Jay Cutler in the wake of Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer's apology for being the source of anonymous criticism of his quarterback, saying he would have "a major problem if...
  • Bears need to stop basing major decisions on Jay Cutler

    Bears need to stop basing major decisions on Jay Cutler
    MINNEAPOLIS — Time's up. Jay Cutler infamously said it takes three years to fully install an offensive system, and barring a stunner, the Bears will fire Marc Trestman and his staff Monday one year short of fulfilling that timeline. The 13-9...
  • Bears' Matt Forte sets NFL record for receptions by a running back

    Bears' Matt Forte sets NFL record for receptions by a running back
    MINNEAPOLIS — Matt Forte didn't need to keep track of his catches Sunday as he hunted the NFL's single-season record for receptions by a running back. Injured quarterback Jimmy Clausen did it for him on the sideline. So when Forte caught a dart...
  • Quarterback Jimmy Clausen thankful to Bears for starting shot

    Quarterback Jimmy Clausen thankful to Bears for starting shot
    Jimmy Clausen had no idea a benching was coming. When he arrived at Halas Hall on Wednesday for meetings, Clausen figured he would remain the Bears' No. 2 quarterback for the season's penultimate game Sunday at Soldier Field. When coach Marc...
  • Rich Gannon: Jay Cutler has 'flat-lined'

    Rich Gannon: Jay Cutler has 'flat-lined'
    Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has serious trust issues with his coaching staff and has "flat-lined," in the opinion of CBS Sports analyst and former Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon. '“You look at Cutler, he’s been with a bunch of different...