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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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  • Even if Lions game was pass-fail, the Bears would merit collective F

    Even if Lions game was pass-fail, the Bears would merit collective F
    The Bears didn't fail as much in the running game in Thursday's 31-17 road loss to the Lions as they abandoned it. Choosing not to run into what they clearly figured was a brick wall, coach Marc Trestman tried to direct the offense around the talented...
  • Aaron Kromer makes emotional apology to offense for remarks on Jay Cutler

    Aaron Kromer makes emotional apology to offense for remarks on Jay Cutler
    As Bears fans know, Jay Cutler can make a grown man cry. The offense learned that Monday in a meeting room at Halas Hall when offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer made an emotional and tearful apology for criticizing the quarterback in a private...
  • Aaron Kromer, Jay Cutler speak out on Halas Hall turmoil

    Aaron Kromer, Jay Cutler speak out on Halas Hall turmoil
    Following the Chicago Bears’ eighth loss of the season, a 41-28 drubbing by the Dallas Cowboys at Soldier Field on Dec. 4, Aaron Kromer’s frustration bubbled over. Disappointed in a season’s worth of offensive inconsistency and clearly...
  • Numbers to know as the Bears season sputters to an end

    Numbers to know as the Bears season sputters to an end
    Welcome back to “The Blitz Package,” your weekly destination for notable news, nuggets and intriguing Chicago Bears storylines. This week’s topic: the important statistical developments to keep an eye on during the season’s...
  • From depths of despair, can Bears reverse downward spiral?

    Heading into Thursday night's game, Bears running back Matt Forte had lost only a dozen fumbles in his seven-season career, an average of one every nine games and every 181 touches. So it was a surprise even to the Cowboys' defense early in the third...
  • Bears WR Brandon Marshall leaves Soldier Field in ambulance

    Bears WR Brandon Marshall leaves Soldier Field in ambulance
    Bears receiver Brandon Marshall left Soldier Field in an ambulance Thursday night, headed for a nearby hospital after suffering what was announced as an injury to his ribs in the second quarter against the Cowboys. After making a 15-yard catch to...
  • At least this is clear: Ryan Pace wants coach in the Parcells-Payton mold

    At least this is clear: Ryan Pace wants coach in the Parcells-Payton mold
    Ryan Pace hit the ground asking questions as general manager, trying to get a sense for how Todd Bowles would fit as the next coach of the Bears. Thirty minutes into his position as head man of all football operations at Halas Hall, Pace walked into the...
  • Huddle up: Lions' Calvin Johnson could pose big problem for Bears defense

    Huddle up: Lions' Calvin Johnson could pose big problem for Bears defense
    The Bears' season reaches a pivot point on Thanksgiving against the Lions. At 5-6, they need to beat an NFC North opponent to keep any realistic postseason hope alive. A loss would all but mathematically eliminate them from playoff contention, and it also...
  • Bears passing game must be quick, or they'll be dead against Lions

    The question seemed straightforward enough when Aaron Kromer was asked this week whether the Bears will be able to rejuvenate their vertical passing game Thursday at Detroit. The offensive coordinator smirked. "If we can run really fast, yes," he...
  • Five things we learned about Bears in Week 10

    Five things we learned about Bears in Week 10
    The Chicago Bears’ season disintegrated in spectacular fashion Sunday night in a 55-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Stunningly, the Bears managed to sink lower than their 51-23 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 8. They appeared totally lost...
  • Former QB Rich Gannon: 'I'd sit Jay Cutler'

    Former QB Rich Gannon: 'I'd sit Jay Cutler'
    Rich Gannon’s experience with Marc Trestman helps his voice resonate louder than most of the echoing critics following the Bears’ second consecutive non-competitive loss.   Gannon has credibility as one of Trestman’s greatest examples...