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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said on his weekly show on ESPN 1000 that he received treatment Monday morning on his sore neck and should be able to play against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Cutler was knocked out in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 21-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings when defensive end Everson Griffen snapped his head back during a tackle.
Cutler suffered a concussion against the Houston Texans non Nov. 11, but said this injury against the Vikings was not head related.
"It was neck related," he said. "I was getting spasms. I wasn't going to help anybody being out there."
Cutler said everything just hurts, "It's a lot of things at this point," Cutler said. "I don't know if I'm getting old or what's happening, but it gets harder and harder."
The Bears have lost four of five games and face a Green Bay Packers team that could clinch the NFC North title with a win Sunday.
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