Found November 21, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler still isn't sure whether he'll be cleared to start this week but says he's feeling no ill effects from a concussion. Cutler missed Monday night's loss to San Francisco after he suffered a head injury in the Bears' previous game against Houston. On whether he'll return to the lineup this week against Minnesota, Cutler told reporters Wednesday, "I don't know. We'll see." The team did not practice Wednesday. Cutler hoped to be on the field Thursday. "I got to see some more doctors," he said. "You got to go on the field. And really it's a personal thing, to make sure you're OK," Cutler said. Backup Jason Campbell started in Cutler's place against the 49ers and was ineffective.
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