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Okay... Here we go... Here's Chicago... ((HT: WLS-TV)) ((HT: WLS-TV)) Jay Cutler seems to have fallen on the sword a little bit, but admits change might be good for the long term... Here's the noon lead in Buffalo after the firing of Chan Gailey and his staff... ((HT: WGRZ-TV)) And, now, Kansas City and Crennel... ((HT: KSHB-TV Kansas City))
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