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Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte missed practice on Wednesday because of a hyperextended right knee, but coach Marc Trestman is optimistic that Forte will play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. “I’m still optimistic that [Forte will play on Sunday],” Trestman said. “I feel pretty good that he’ll start getting some work tomorrow. We’ll see where he is at, but I’m going in optimistic.” Forte hurt his knee in the Bears’ loss to the St. Louis Rams last Sunday, but finished the game, gaining 117 all-purpose yards. Forte has only been inactive six times in his six-year NFL career. Trestman officially ruled out linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder) and quarterback Jay Cutler(ankle) for the Vikings game. The post Marc Trestman optimistic Matt Forte will play appeared first on Sports Glory.
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will be “pretty disappointed” if he doesn’t play on December 9 when the Dallas Cowboys visit Soldier Field. While still recovering from a torn groin, Cutler injured his left ankle during a Week 10 loss to the Detroit Lions and hasn’t returned since. “We’re getting there. I feel a lot better than I felt last week,” said Cutler, 30...
Jay Cutler wants to remain in Chicago and isn’t opposed to the Bears designating him as their franchise player if the sides are unable to come to an agreement on a long-term contract. “I would like to stay in Chicago,” Cutler said Monday during the “Jay Cutler Show” on ESPN 1000. “I’d be surprised if they kind of broke up the group they we have on offense. I want to...
16.2 million is what it will cost tge Bears to keep Jay Cutler. Who wouldn’t want to be Franchised? “I would like to stay in Chicago,” the quarterback said Monday on WMVP-AM’s “The Jay Cutler Show,” per CSN Chicago. “I’d be surprised if they kind of broke up the group that we have on offense. […]
Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte hyperextended his knee during Sunday’s loss to the Rams.
Matt Forte slightly hyperextended knee. Will see where he is at Wednesday.
— Jeff Dickerson (@ESPNChiBears) November 25, 2013
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According to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, Bears running back Matt Forte practiced on Thursday.
Bears RB Matt Forte (right knee) participated in the portion of Thursday's practice that was open to media: pic.twitter.com/mQHiZq3MlC
— Rich Campbell (@Rich_Campbell) November 28, 2013
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler isn't opposed to the organization designating him as its franchise player if the sides, at the end of the season, can't come to agreement on a long-term deal.
Cutler made that clear Monday during the “Jay Cutler Show” on ESPN 1000.
“I'm not gonna take anything personally,” Cutler said. “If they want to franchise me, I...
Jay Cutler is planning a prime-time return from his high left ankle sprain.
He wants to come back Dec. 9 for a home “Monday Night Football” matchup against the Cowboys.
“If I’m not playing next week, I’ll be pretty disappointed,” he said Monday night on his weekly radio show.
Cutler had his cast removed last week, and it was replaced by a brace. He’s working to strengthen...
Bears QB Jay Cutler recently mentioned that he would have any issues if the team applied their franchise tag to him this offseason.
“I’m not gonna take anything personally,” Cutler said during the “Jay Cutler Show” on Monday, via ESPN.com. “If they want to franchise me, I’m gonna feel good about the situation we’re in.”
“We’re gonna be in our second year of...
Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte missed practice on Wednesday because of a hyperextended right knee, but coach Marc Trestman is optimistic that Forte will play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.
“I’m still optimistic that [Forte will play on Sunday],” Trestman said. “I feel pretty good that he’ll start getting some work tomorrow. We’ll see where he is at, but...
The Bears are expected to be without QB Jay Cutler for their Sunday visit to the Metrodome because of an ankle injury. They also will be be missing LB Lance Briggs, and RB Matt Forte was injured, too.
Bears QB Jay Cutler is doubtful for Sunday's game against Minnesota. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPNFantasy Spin:Josh McCown will draw his fourth start of the season. Cutler suffered a high ankle sprain November 10th against Detroit. He's still week-to-week.
You know you’re off to a good start when, on the first possession, Matt Forte fumbles a hand off deep in your own zone, putting you in a 14-0 hole on the road. Add on giving up 258 rushing yards, 42 points and having THREE touchdowns taken back by penalties – and you’d think you were looking at a last place team. And perhaps the Bears should be, given the injuries they’ve...
The solid play of quarterback Josh McCown has helped alleviate any concern about the Chicago Bears having to rush Jay Cutler back from injury.
It's the other side of the ball that's presenting a much larger set of issues.
Chicago's NFL-worst rush defense faces another tough challenge Sunday as the Bears visit Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings.