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Chicago Sun-Times Dec 5, 2013
Quarterback Jay Cutler was on the move. He twisted and jogged during team stretches. He dropped back and was whacked over his hands with a foam bat during the first individual drill. Then he threw passes and went over his footwork in the next drill. Cutler’s left leg — the one with the high-ankle sprain — didn’t look restricted. It actually looked good. He looked good. But he’s out. Josh McCown will make his fifth start Monday against the Dallas Cowboys....
Bears Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports Dec 5, 2013
Jay Cutler caught an underhanded snap from Bears quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh early in practice Thursday. He dropped back to pass, shuffled right, then forward, then threw a 10-yard pass to his left.
Chicago Sun-Times Dec 6, 2013
ADAM L. JAHNS: This season was supposed to answer all the important questions about Jay Cutler in the last season of his contract. Instead, there are only more questions with Josh McCown playing so well.
Chicago Tribune Dec 6, 2013
Bears QB ran scout team for 2nd day after reporting no additional harm to ankle sprain after ThursdayQuarterback Jay Cutler's injured left ankle responded well enough to his return to practice Thursday that he wasn't affected by any day-after soreness Friday, Bears coach Marc Trestman said.
Chicago Bears Blog | ESPN Chicago Dec 7, 2013
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears held out Jay Cutler from Saturday’s practice, but coach Marc Trestman stressed the quarterback didn’t suffer a setback in his rehabilitation from a high ankle sprain. Cutler returned to practice on Thursday, and worked two days before the team decided to rest him. “We kept Jay out today. There’s no residual effect from the work he did the last couple of days,” Trestman said. “We just chose to rest him today.
Blogging The Boys Dec 5, 2013
The Chicago Bears were hoping to get a couple of their best players back for Monday, but it's not to be. Chicago Bears' head coach Marc Trestman held a news conference today where he popped the "hope bubble" for Bears' fans on the return of Jay Cutler and Lance Briggs. Cutler actually was at practice today for the early part of practice and that raised hopes he would play, but Trestman let it be known in no uncertain terms that he won't. LM: #Bears HC Marc Trestman says Jay Cutler will not play Monday night; Josh McCown will start vs. Cowboys. — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) December 5,...
Windy City Gridiron Dec 7, 2013
Jay Cutler's out for this week against the Cowboys. Who else is out? Who's playing injured? The big news this week is that Lance Briggs and Jay Cutler are still out as the Bears' playoff hopes continue to vaporize before our eyes. While I'm not sure either player is transcendent enough to take the team completely on his back and pull them to the playoffs, every little bit helps as the Bears have fallen behind. The loss of Morris Claiborne hurts the Cowboys' defense as well, but, this is the second worst passing defense in the league. Again, every little bit helps. The full injury report is...
Chicago Tribune Dec 5, 2013
Even with recent injury history, QB and team need each other and postseason parting would help neither For the 12th time in the last 35 games Monday night, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss a start because of injury.
Chicago Bears Blog | ESPN Chicago Dec 6, 2013
Here is this week's edition of the mailbag: 1. JD, what is your best guess for what the Bears do with Jay Cutler? Franchise tag, long-term deal or let him walk? Thank you for the weekly mailbag posting. Happy Holidays. -- Marcus, Loves Park, Ill. Dickerson: My best guess is that Cutler signs a new deal with the Bears in the offseason. My sense is the Bears have already decided that Cutler is their guy -- even though Monday he will miss his fifth game due to injury in 2013 -- and will look to finalize a contract with him in next couple of months.
Chicago Bears Blog | ESPN Chicago Dec 5, 2013
With Jay Cutler's deal coming to an end this season, are the Bears ready to sign him to a long-term contract, or is it a good idea to place the franchise tag on him and give themselves another year to commit to the quarterback? Our panel weighs in on that and more: Fact or Fiction: Using the franchise tag on Jay Cutler would be a mistake because it ties up too much cap space on one player. Jeff Dickerson: Fiction. Now, let me preface this by saying I think the Bears and Cutler will hammer out a new contract in the offseason, which makes the whole franchise tag argument a moot point.
FFToday Dec 5, 2013
Gets in stretching, individual work Bears QB Jay Cutler took part in practice at the Walter Payton Center during the portion open to the media on Thursday. Cutler, who is recovering from a high-ankle sprain, participated in stretches with his teammates and also in individual drills immediately after. Earlier this week, coach Marc Trestman stressed that Cutler's status remains week-to-week, but that the team should know more Thursday when the Bears return to practice after two days off. (Chicago Sun-Times) FF Today's Take: Although it is very possible the Bears will play...
FFToday Dec 5, 2013
Did individual work at practice Thursday Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had his helmet back on and took part in practice at the Walter Payton Center on Thursday. But coach Marc Trestman ruled him out for Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys. Backup Josh McCown will make his fifth start. (Chicago Sun Times) FF Today's Take: Cutler is recovering from a sprained ankle and will be eying Week 15 for his return. He's currently classified as week-to-week by head coach Marc Trestman. Josh McCown will be worthy QB1 heading into the Monday night matchup with Cowboys.
Rotoworld Dec 8, 2013
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports impending free agent Jay Cutler is on the radar for the Titans in 2014.
FFChamps.com 20 hours ago
The Titans are considering signing Jay Cutler when he becomes a free agent this offseason. SOURCE: Ian Rapoport, NFL NetworkFantasy Spin:That's a long ways off from now but it's a little surprising Tennessee is ready to give up on Jake Locker after just three seasons. Cutler could command a contract north of $100 million.