Found December 03, 2012 on
No Coast Bias :
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler revealed today on his radio show today that he would be willing to take a “hometown discount” to stay with the Bears. Here are the quotes: “I’m not gonna try to break the bank,” Cutler said. “What kind of discount we talkin’?” Cutler asked. Waddle replied, “50 percent off.” “Ah, The post Jay Cutler Willing To Take Hometown Discount with Chicago Bears appeared first on No Coast Bias.
BEST OF MAXIM
During his weekly appearance on The Jay Cutler Show, Chicago bears quarterback Jay Cutler indicated that he’d be willing to take a pay cut to stay in Chicago.
“I’m not gonna try to break the bank,” Cutler said.
The discussion came as a result of Cutler’s co-host Tom Waddle suggesting the quarterback take a veteran-minimum type of salary in his new deal.
“What kind of...
Jay Cutler wants to stay in Chicago and is willing to take a hometown discount. According to his conversation Tuesday on ESPN 1000, he is not planning on “breaking the bank”. The host of the [...]
Bears QB Jay Cutler wants to keep his team’s payroll flexible and would take less money in his next deal if it meant that Chicago could bring in new talent, the signal caller mentioned on ESPN 1000′s “The Jay Cutler Show”.
“I want to be on a successful team, and I know that paying one or two or three players premium (salaries) hurts your chances of being able to bring in...
Jay Cutler continues to play at a high level, but the Chicago Bears' offense continues it's struggle to put points up on the board. The Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall show combined for another 10 receptions for 167 yards but the Bears only scored 17 points.
This seems to be the weekly theme that has now developed, the Bears can rack up yards and receptions between...
From potential unfulfilled to puckering up at the sight of the Packers, has there been anything more frustrating than being a fan of the Chicago Bears this NFL season? Just when Bears fans think that their team has figured it out, Chicago lays an egg at the most inopportune time. This was again the case as the Bears collapsed against the Seattle Seahawks at home on Sunday...
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher confirmed reports that he will be out two to four weeks and possibly out for the rest of the regular season.
The eight-time Pro Bowl player, who is in the final year of his contract, may have played his last game as a member of the Bears.
Urlacher, 35, admitted to the possibility, telling FOX Chicago: "I do not think that's going...
Jay Cutler found a Chicago Bears receiver not named Brandon Marshall in Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Bears receiver Earl Bennett went head over feet as he scored on a 12 yard touchdown pass.
Seattle will have both of its cornerbacks in Sundays game against the Chicago Bears. Still the Seahawks are one of the worst road teams in the league and visiting Soldier Field will be no small task. The Seahawks are 1-6 on the road this season
The Bears who welcomed back Jay Cutler last week are a completely different team with him under center even if they are the worst passing...
The Chicago Bears needed to keep Jay Cutler upright if they were going to defeat the Seattle Seahawks. They did that but it was their defense who could not contain Seattle’s Russell Wilson late in Sunday’s game.
Earlier in the week, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said that the training wheels were off of the offense. Wilson attempted a career high 37 passes against the Bears...