1:27 PM EDT, Wed October 07, 2015
Chicago Tribune

Brad Biggs' Bears film session

With Charles Leno making his first career start at left tackle and center Will Montgomery suffering a broken left leg on the third offensive play Sunday, the Bears had a makeshift offensive line to protect hobbled Jay Cutler against a Raiders front with talented pass rushers. One option would have...

Inside the Oakland Raiders | Oakland Tribune

Hobbled Cutler good enough to beat the Raiders

CHICAGO — A supposedly hobbled quarterback wasn’t enough of an advantage for the Raiders. Jay Cutler played through a hamstring injury that sidelined him a week ago and he was healthy enough to guide the Chicago Bears to a 22-20… Continue Reading →

San Francisco Chronicle

Cutler to start against Raiders

Jay Cutler has decided to throw caution to the Windy City and will start today against the Raiders, despite being limited at practice all week with a hamstring injury. Cutler is playing despite the Bears being without his top receiver, Alshon Jeffery, and left tackle, Jermon Bushrod, and the Raiders having five sacks last week. For Oakland, backup running back Taiwan Jones is out with a foot injury. Vic Tafur is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.

Chicago Tribune

Bears-Raiders: 4 storylines to watch

1. Jay or Jimmy? Jimmy or Jay? Jay Cutler's rapid recovery from a hamstring strain puts him in position to start at quarterback. Unless he doesn't. The Bears listed Cutler as questionable on their injury report Friday and could push into Sunday morning before announcing their starter. Jimmy Clausen...

Chicago Tribune

Bears need something better than John Fox's idea of a competitive advantage

Heading into what might become a record disaster for the NFL’s oldest franchise, Bears coach John Fox has not ruled out the possibility of Jay Cutler’s throwing a game-changing interception for a third straight week. Cutler, remember, left last week's game because of a hamstring injury and didn't...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Ragnar to the Bears? And just how much does a mascot make?

If you haven’t had enough of Vikings mascot mania, I have a couple of hot links for you this afternoon. First, in this Chicago Tribune opinion piece it is argued that the Bears should bring in Ragnar, the deposed Vikings mascot, as their own. From the piece: Let me rattle off a few reasons why this is an incredibly good idea. He’s a viking and vikings are awesome. He’s a big man and will be able to help pick up the pieces of Jay Cutler when he returns from injury and is immediately injured again. Whenever Cutler throws an interception, Ragnar will chase him up and down the sideline with...

Chicago Tribune

Bears promote David Fales to 53-man roster

With Jay Cutler expected to miss time with a hamstring injury, the Chicago Bears promoted David Fales to the 53-man roster and brought in two quarterbacks for a tryout.

Chicago Tribune

Jay Cutler's injury dashes hopes, throws Bears' future into uncertainty

Six seconds. That's all it took for Jay Cutler to go from quarterback to defender to training room patient on Sunday.

Chicago Tribune

Jay Cutler has strained hamstring, status uncertain

The Chicago Bears remain uncertain as to just how long quarterback Jay Cutler will be out with the hamstring injury he suffered during Sunday's 48-23 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

Seattle Times

Bears’ starting quarterback Jay Cutler out for Sunday’s game against Seattle Seahawks

Chicago QB Jay Cutler is out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks due to a hamstring injury, meaning Jimmy Clausen will get the start, instead.

Bears Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports

Kyle Fuller's poor play now Bears' biggest headache

The Bears have started a season 0-2 for the first time in 12 years, and the worst news isn't that Jay Cutler could be sidelined for several weeks after his latest injury suffered trying to run down an interceptor.