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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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  • Marshall's criticism of Jay Cutler? 'Brandon's Brandon'

    Marshall's criticism of Jay Cutler? 'Brandon's Brandon'
    Jay Cutler's relationship with offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer went under the microscope Friday. But the quarterback was also asked about his rapport with receiver Brandon Marshall, who went on the radio earlier in the week and added to the 2014 Cutler...
  • Cost of Bears starting over with new coaches and no Cutler would be huge

    Cost of Bears starting over with new coaches and no Cutler would be huge
    Maybe the biggest revelation in a bombshell day Friday at Halas Hall was the admission by Jay Cutler that with extreme scrutiny on the future of coach Marc Trestman and his coaching staff, he cannot be certain about his own status. "That's a fair...
  • Let's put Ryan Pace's comments through the 'translator'

    Let's put Ryan Pace's comments through the 'translator'
    Ryan Pace was refreshingly candid in his first press conference as Bears general manager, but no matter how straightforward he tried to be in answering reporters' questions on Friday, a few of his responses seemed measured, pre-packaged and wrapped in...
  • Ryan Pace's debut doesn't dispel doubts but does allay fears

    Ryan Pace's debut doesn't dispel doubts but does allay fears
    Nobody left Halas Hall on Friday vowing to remember this day in Bears history. Nobody walked out saying, "Wow." But nobody exited going, "Uh-oh,'' either. Nobody left knowing exactly what to think after the Bears introduced new general manager Ryan...
  • 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...
  • Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler

     Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler
    In 1975, eight years before Jay Cutler was born and nine before the arrival of Brandon Marshall, the Magnuson-Moss Act became law. It was designed to protect consumers from faulty warranties on products with the psychological benefit of reducing cognitive...
  • 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...
  • Santa's doing a kickass job with Chicago sports

    Merry Christmas, Chicago. For those who like to open gifts early, there they are. Lots of them. The big one with the bow, open that one! It's John Lester! He almost went to Boston but Santa said, "Hey! Time for something different!" The smaller...
  • 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...