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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

Top Jay Cutler Articles

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  • Trestman not sensing any divide between Marshall, Cutler

    Back in August, during the early stages of training camp, Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall expressed his profound admiration for Jay Cutler, emphatically going on the record with a declaration that Cutler would emerge in 2014 as an MVP frontrunner....
  • Emery: Cutler's winning record makes him elite

    Emery: Cutler's winning record makes him elite
    Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery backed Jay Cutler as an elite quarterback Tuesday when a fan asserted otherwise during a question-and-answer session on the team's website. The exchange was as follows: Q: "Given Jay's enormous contract in...
  • Marshall: 'No Noise' guy makes noise for leaderless Bears

    Marshall: 'No Noise' guy makes noise for leaderless Bears
    The guy who handed out the “No Noise’’ T-shirts to Bears teammates is the one making the all the noise. Perfect. Perfect hypocrisy. Perfect nonsense. Perfect Brandon Marshall. Sure, Marshall provides easy columns and sound bites. He&...
  • Are Philadelphia sports fans really the worst? Lists don't lie

    Let's talk about Philadelphia sports fans. Are they really the worst people in the country? Seems like a fair question when you look at the body of evidence. Some examples: •A man in a Santa suit was booed at an Eagles game in 1968, which started...
  • Marc Trestman accepting of Bears' anger, melodrama

    Marc Trestman accepting of Bears' anger, melodrama
    A flurry of notable meltdowns occurred Sunday at Soldier Field, both during and after the Bears' 27-14 loss to the Dolphins. And with each misstep came a new level of agitation that spread from the Bears' locker room throughout Chicago. But if you've...
  • Brad Biggs' Bears film session

    Brad Biggs' Bears film session
    Kirk Cousins, Blake Bortles, Jay Cutler and Nick Foles. One quarterback doesn't belong on this list. The fact that the Bears quarterback ranks with the other three among the NFL's leaders in turnovers is problematic. It shouldn't happen for a 31-year-...
  • Dolphins don't need Tannehill to be great to be a factor

    The Sports Xchange Dolphins don't need Tannehill to be great to be a factor DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill wasn't the hero of Sunday's 27-14 victory over the Bears in Chicago. Defensive end Cam Wake had a strip/sack and...
  • Bears boiling over? Trestman finds positive spin

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT In keeping with the inconsistent theme to their season, the Chicago Bears head into a road week at the New England Patriots struggling with a new low following Sunday's 27-14 loss to...
  • Marc Trestman: Kyle Fuller's broken hand a 'non-surgical issue'

    Marc Trestman: Kyle Fuller's broken hand a 'non-surgical issue'
    Bears coach Marc Trestman said he believes rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller’s fractured right hand will not require surgery. “This appears to be — up to this point today — I’ve heard it as being a non-surgical issue,”...
  • Dolphins' defense reminds Jay Cutler who he really is

    Dolphins' defense reminds Jay Cutler who he really is
    Reputations are easy to earn, but hard to shed. Whether good or bad, all it takes is one moment of weakness, one instance where a bad habit, old tendency resurfaces and instantly the reputation will grow roots again. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has...
  • Small cornerbacks play big in Dolphins' victory

    Small cornerbacks play big in Dolphins' victory
    From the beginning, the Dolphins' secondary felt it was a tired narrative. Before the game, all the talk was about how 5-foot-10 cornerbacks Cortland Finnegan and Brent Grimes would fare against the taller Chicago Bears receivers. To them, facing Alshon...