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While the news that Jay Cutler has been medically cleared to play Sunday is great, this article will be about something much more worrisome in the long run for both fans of the Chicago Bears and the Bears themselves.
Injuries to Briggs and Melton, among others, does not excuse the unit’s poor play.
The problems on defense have always been an issue but this year they have been magnified by the multiple key injuries and, quite frankly, poor play from guys who have had to step in as replacements.Lance Briggs will miss yet another week, Henry Melton is out for the year and newly acquired defensive end Jay Ratliff will miss another week as well. Every team has been bitten by the injury bug, so that is no excuse for the quality (or lack thereof) of play.
Against the Green Bay Packers, it seemed Packers running back Eddie Lacy was invisible as he and gashed the Bears’ defensive unit for Everyone who went to tackle him missed on their initial attempt, which can not happen against a running ...
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Today the Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler returned to the practice field Thursday, approximately two-and-a-half weeks after tearing a groin muscle against the Washington Redskins on Oct. 20 that sidelined him for the club’s 27-20 victory in Green Bay last Monday night. Cutler has been great this year before the injury, but will he be […]
Chicago Bears special-teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis won't talk about what allowed Packers linebacker Jamari Lattimore to sprint past tight end Dante Rosario and block a punt by Adam Podlesh on Monday night. DeCamillis says "critical mistakes," doomed the unit during the game.
Perhaps Derrick Rose could learn a thing or two from Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Bears’ signal caller plans to return to action this Sunday for Chicago’s home game against the Detroit Lions, just three weeks after suffering a torn groin muscle against the Washington Redskins.
In all seriousness, the cases are apples and oranges. Rose’s injury was obviously a lot...
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Chicago Bears HC Marc Trestman announced on Thursday that Jay Cutler has been cleared to play against the Lions on Sunday.
Cutler is expected to start Sunday’s game, despite the fact that he was given an initial timetable of 4-6 weeks after he suffered a groin tear against Washington. Josh McCown has looked great in Cutler’s absence, so they must be convinced that he is...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (groin) will start Sunday against the Lions, according to ESPN Chicago's Jeff Dickerson.Fantasy Spin:Cutler was given a timetable of at least four weeks when he suffered a groin injury in Week 7, but he's ready to go after three. "He's been cleared because the doctors believe he can do everything," coach Marc Trestman said. Cutler...
According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago.com, Bears linebacker Shea McClellin is doubtful for this Sunday’s game against the Lions after injuring his hamstring.
McClellin had a monster game this past Monday night against the Packers.
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The Chicago Bears will be getting their franchise quarterback back under center. Head coach Mark Trestman announced that the Bears’ doctors have cleared Jay Cutler to play Sunday against the Detroit Lions, just three weeks after Cutler torn a muscle in his groin October 20th:
Cutler returned to practice Thursday, his first full session since...
New Mexico retired former Chicago Bears star Brian Urlacher's No. 44 jersey at halftime of the Lobos' 45-37 victory over Air Force on Friday night.
The crowd of almost 22,000 people stood and cheered when the red banner lifted and "44 Brian Urlacher" showed up on the ring of honor at University Stadium. The Lobos also retired his locker, enclosing it in glass with...
Jay Cutler was itching to return to the playing field even before Monday night's gigantic 27-20 victory over the Packers at Lambeau Field.
He was supposedly preparing himself for Sunday's Week 10 matchup with the Detroit Lions and planning to be back.
Cutler took part in Thursday's practice session, reportedly doing "everything" according to Bears head...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler went through a rigorous rehab program the past two-plus weeks and says his groin is 100 percent healed and that he won’t be limited on Sunday against the Lions.
Dr. Brandon Marshall was right (as he modestly trumpeted on Wednesday): Jay Cutler is indeed back from the torn groin muscle he suffered against the Washington Redskins.
After going through a hurry up protocol of medical treatment with Bears training staff and doctors, Cutler was cleared Thursday morning to practice in full. He did in a shortened practice through mid-day and coach...
The Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears kick off the second half of their schedules with a key NFC North matchup at Soldier Field on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET...
Detroit Lions Ndamukong Suh wants nothing but to play against Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler when the teams face each other Week 10.
“I love playing against Cutler. He’s a tough guy. No discredit to [Josh] McCown, but I want the best shot.”
But will Cutler be ready and healthy to go against the Lions this week?
It is still uncertain whether Cutler will be on the field...
The Chicago Bears won't know if Jay Cutler can play this week against the Detroit Lions until later in the week.