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Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler admitted that there are concerns about ligament damage that go beyond his high ankle sprain, and why he’s without a clear idea of when he’ll be able to return. The quarterback has been ruled out for the Rams game and the team is uncertain what the timeframe will be.
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