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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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  • Bears' pass-run imbalance doesn't sit well with players ... or coaches

    Bears' pass-run imbalance doesn't sit well with players ... or coaches
    Phil Emery left no room for ambiguity. When the Bears general manager was asked on Oct. 27 why the offense could not sustain drives or consistently make big plays, he asserted where the problem lay. "The key is we have to achieve a better run-pass...
  • Drew Brees, first-place Saints make themselves at home at Soldier Field

    Drew Brees, first-place Saints make themselves at home at Soldier Field
    Jay Cutler seemed to spend more time chatting with Drew Brees on the field than he did with the local media after the Bears' 31-15 loss to the Saints on Monday night at Soldier Field. "We were just talking about family and kids," Brees confided. "We get...
  • Marc Trestman feeling support, not heat, at Halas Hall

    Marc Trestman feeling support, not heat, at Halas Hall
    The Bears’ 41-28 loss to the Cowboys on Thursday night at Soldier Field was the team’s sixth defeat this season by 10 points or more and the third in which they fell behind by at least 28. Still, Bears coach Marc Trestman asserted Friday...
  • Identity crisis? Bears' pronounced struggles no longer a surprise

    Identity crisis? Bears' pronounced struggles no longer a surprise
    Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford came to his postgame news conference Thursday with a comfortable smile and a spring in his step, looking like a man with his confidence restored. After a three-game November stretch in which his offense totaled only 35...
  • Martellus Bennett: Passion lacking in key spots for Bears

    Martellus Bennett: Passion lacking in key spots for Bears
    The Chicago Bears played a prime time game Monday night against a 5-8 opponent with a struggling defense and still couldn't keep from tripping over themselves. The Bears fell behind 24-0 after three quarters, then staggered to a 31-15 loss to the New...
  • Benching Jay Cutler hardly solves Bears dilemma with 'uncoachable' QB

    Benching Jay Cutler hardly solves Bears dilemma with 'uncoachable' QB
    If nothing else, Erik Kramer should stay atop the Bears' record book for single-season passing yards and touchdowns. There will not be any more hollow statistics for Jay Cutler to accumulate in a season gone wrong after the quarterback was benched...
  • Bears mindful Jay Cutler must change mindset

    Bears mindful Jay Cutler must change mindset
    Brandon Marshall didn't tell any secrets last Sunday when his fire roared in the Bears' locker room. He didn't attack Jay Cutler, and he didn't have to. Marshall's frustration, sparked by the team's third straight home defeat and a disappointing 3-4...
  • Aaron Kromer seems destined to go down with Marc Trestman at end of season

    Aaron Kromer seems destined to go down with Marc Trestman at end of season
    The Bears could feel marginally better about their bleak situation if the guy with the title of offensive coordinator was actually the one calling the plays. That would provide Marc Trestman with a fall guy. But Aaron Kromer, spared for the time...
  • Bears' miscommunication extends to Jay Cutler's news conference

    Bears' miscommunication extends to Jay Cutler's news conference
    Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler fielded only three questions during his news conference following a 31-15 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Monday night, largely because reporters in the locker room were not alerted to the start of his session in...
  • Inside Bears' most important office: The QBs room

    Inside Bears' most important office: The QBs room
    From the locker room at Halas Hall, you take a left, then a quick right, push through some double doors and head approximately 55 steps to the eighth door on the left. A small plate hangs at the entrance — navy background, white lettering —...
  • Jay Cutler acknowledges his days with Bears may be numbered

    Jay Cutler acknowledges his days with Bears may be numbered
    While Jay Cutler answered questions about his future Thursday, it was impossible to ignore the contrast with the past. In January, he sat in the same seat, clad in a blue suit and a tie, and he accepted his crown as the Bears' franchise quarterback....