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Quarterback Jay Cutler says his right thumb is fine and he can't wait to return to lead a significantly upgraded Bears offense.
Cutler says he's recovered from offseason surgery to repair the fractured thumb. He talked both football and diabetes awareness during a Monday appearance at a school promoting screening and treatment among young people.
Diagnosed with a Type 1 diabetes following his second NFL season, the seventh-year pro oversees a foundation dedicated to raising the profile of the disease.
He suffered the injury late last November against San Diego while making a tackle on Antoine Cason, who had just picked off the Bears quarterback.
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Chicago Bears franchise quarterback, Jay Cutler, is literally all thumbs when it comes to leading his significantly upgraded offense in 2012. Cutler had season ending surgery after injuring his right thumb in Week 11 last year but says it is all better and is ready to return. According to NFL.com Cutler had this to say
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler made an appearance at a Chicago school and stated how concerned he is about the offensive line going into this coming season.
“You know, the offensive line is definitely going to be a concern and seeing where those guys are going to fit in and seeing what five we go with,” Cutler said when asked...
According to Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com, the Bears plan on moving guard Chris Williams over to tackle this season.
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice just said last week that if they felt like tackle was a position of need they would have addressed it during the draft.
“I think (general manager) Phil (Emery) and (head coach) Lovie (Smith) — with...
In case you don’t keep up on all things steeplechase, bourbon & Tennessee, you missed out on Jay Cutler and the Iroquois Steeplechase, a 71-year-old tradition for Nashvillians. There was Cutler, on Saturday, with his pregnant Kristin Cavallari, looking quite SEC in his pink button-up and loafers. It was quite a difference from the last time we saw the scraggly Cutler. You...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler completely understands why running back Matt Forte hasn’t shown up for offseason workouts.
Cutler’s optimistic that at the end of the day, Forte will be on the field for their first game of the season.
“Last time I saw him, he said he was lonely. I get it,” Cutler said. “Everyone was gone last year, with the lockout, and...
- Never one to shy away from an event where pink button-ups and Tucker Carlson costumes are the accepted attire, Jay Cutler made a showing at the Iroquois Steeplechase in Nashville on Saturday. Being amongst his own made him a little more willingly photogenic than the last time Cutlerf*cker was spotted in the wild.
“Hey Kristin, lose the coat, babe. I want all the guys to see...
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It’s no secret that the Chicago Bears have had glaring needs on offense from(before acquiring Brandon Marshall) wide receiver to offensive line. But would’ve thought that the star quarterback would be the one to publicly criticize the situation.
“You know, the offensive line is definitely going to be a concern and seeing where those guys are going...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had his team sitting pretty at 7-3, 10 games into the 2011 season.
But a broken thumb against the San Diego Chargers in Week 11 ended Cutler’s season. He had the Bears on a five game winning streak.
The No. 6 scoring offense was succeeding under the simplification of Mike Martz’s offense. A lot of the credit for the success has to go Mike...
Supply is outpacing demand when it comes to quarterbacks. That's evident in the NFC North, with Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, Jay Cutler and Christian Ponder being building blocks of their franchises. That means a quality quarterback class might be bypassed for the 2013 draft.