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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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  • Trestman era opens with a victory

    Trestman era opens with a victory
    Jerry Trestman balanced himself with a black cane as he stood in the dimly lit concourse outside the Bears' locker room late Sunday afternoon. His navy hat with the orange "C" rested just above his glasses. He watched as his son doled out hugs and...
  • Andrew Luck steals Peyton Manning's show in Colts' win

    Andrew Luck steals Peyton Manning's show in Colts' win
    He was the afterthought, the other guy, the quarterback who wasn't Peyton Manning. But Sunday night, Andrew Luck was the man. Luck threw for three touchdowns and ran for a fourth to lead Indianapolis to a 39-33 victory over Denver, spoiling Manning'...
  • Mistakes pile up in Bears' 1st loss

    Mistakes pile up in Bears' 1st loss
    DETROIT — Theo Spight wears a Lions hard hat, a jersey numbered "00" and after every touchdown scored by the home team at Ford Field, he grabs a microphone behind the end zone, and thrusts his deep voice into "Gridiron Heroes," the Lions' fight...
  • Too many mistakes add up to 2nd straight loss for Bears

    Too many mistakes add up to 2nd straight loss for Bears
    Bears coach Marc Trestman rested his hands on his hips and stared straight ahead as the referee announced another penalty against his team in the fourth quarter. The Bears' mistakes took on many forms Sunday, and when enough accumulated to secure a 26-...
  • Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants

    Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears held on for a 27-21 victory over the New York Giants Thursday at Soldier Field, improving them to 4-2 on the season. 1. The arrival of the Giants represented an opportunity for the Bears to get the dormant pass...
  • Full-metal Jay

    Full-metal Jay
    This season always has been about Jay Cutler. Sunday’s game against the Browns certainly was all about Cutler. Especially about Cutler. After missing four games because of injuries and then regaining his starting position after Josh McCown&...
  • Marshall offensive catalyst for Bears' 27-21 victory

    Marshall offensive catalyst for Bears' 27-21 victory
    Brandon Marshall really wanted to see the football more. It came his way plenty Thursday night. Brandon Marshall desperately needed a Bears victory. He helped provide it. With a pair of glowing green cleats and two crowd-pleasing touchdown...
  • Cheer up, Bears fans. I said cheer up!

    Cheer up, Bears fans. I said cheer up!
    Daylight saving time ended this weekend, which leaves us bracing for four months of early sunsets. The Bears are also entering their own traditional period of darkness, which this year involves a groin injury to Jay Cutler and a still-aging and still-...
  • At some point, you have to tackle

    At some point, you have to tackle
    Shea McClellin ended Aaron Rodgers’ night on the first series of Bears-Packers on Monday Night Football. Yes, that Shea McClellin. Yes, with a sack of that Aaron Rodgers. Slamming down the Packers quarterback in the red zone, the Bears so-called...
  • Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall

    Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall
    Phil Emery went on and on about Brandon Marshall on Labor Day, and I believe he’s still talking. The Bears general manager said his Pro Bowl wide receiver is a better player than he was during his record-setting 2012. More dynamic, Emery said....
  • Sit, Jay

    Sit, Jay
    I can’t think of one good reason for Jay Cutler to come back as early as Sunday. Unless he can tackle and play safety. Cutler’s torn groin reportedly was magically healing to the point that he would play against the Lions only two weeks...