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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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  • Ravens are facing 'must win' on Sunday

    Ravens are facing 'must win' on Sunday
    The Ravens aren't officially at the halfway point of the 2013 season, but they face a "must win" situation Sunday in Cleveland against the Browns. Few like to use the phrase so early in the season, especially in a league where scenarios change like...
  • Troy Aikman appreciates Aaron Rodgers' situation

    Troy Aikman appreciates Aaron Rodgers' situation
    When Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman broke his left collarbone in the second game of the 1998 season, he missed five Cowboys games over the next 50 days. The wait was excruciating, even between owner Jerry Jones' news conferences. "The pain was...
  • Post should work to Alshon Jeffery in red zone

     Post should work to Alshon Jeffery in red zone
    The Bears will see some Cover-4 from the Packers defense inside the red zone and that creates opportunities for quarterback Jay Cutler to target wide receiver Alshon Jeffery on the post route off the "dino" stem. As shown here, the Bears have their...
  • Unprepared, undisciplined, unfocused -- again

    Unprepared, undisciplined, unfocused -- again
    The Bears weren’t ready to start the game. Again. They were undisciplined. Again. They were mistake-prone. Again. They couldn’t stop the run. Again. That’s on the coach. A lot of the Bears’ inexplicably awful performance in...
  • Trestman drops ball letting Cutler play so long

    Trestman drops ball letting Cutler play so long
    At some point, an NFL head coach must save an injured player from himself and his team from that player. At some point, he must vow not to let the machismo attitudes that rule so many locker rooms mar his own judgment. He must keep a level head amid...
  • Kansas City Chiefs get big test when they travel to Denver on Sunday

    The Kansas City Chiefs are 9-0 and the NFL's only undefeated team. But how good are they, really? We'll know a lot more Sunday when the Chiefs play at Denver in a pivotal AFC West showdown. None of the teams the Chiefs have beaten have a winning...
  • Immense value of several college QBs in area clear

    Immense value of several college QBs in area clear
    We interrupt Groin Injury Awareness Week in Chicago to bring attention to four college quarterbacks from the area who mean as much to their teams as Jay Cutler does to the Bears. At Notre Dame, America's most unappreciated quarterback made history...
  • NFL toys with integrity with flex scheduling

    NFL toys with integrity with flex scheduling
    Nobody ever has accused the NFL of failing to make a profit. But you can't help wonder if the league finally has gone too far and maximized television exposure over competitive integrity. The decision to flex the Bears-Eagles game to NBC's "Sunday Night...
  • Not Trestman's best decision

    Not Trestman's best decision
    Jay Cutler was hurt. It was obvious. He was hobbling. Limping. His magically healed torn groin had to be some kind of issue. Same goes for his hand, which was slammed on a blitz. And his ankle, which was rolled in the second quarter. Just say his entire...
  • 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...
  • Charles Tillman hints he may play elsewhere

    Charles Tillman hints he may play elsewhere
    Locker clean-out days always have a somber tone around the NFL. But Monday morning at Halas Hall, a day after the Bears narrowly missed out on a playoff berth with a 33-28 loss to the Packers, the uncertainty was more prevalent than usual. As has been...