The Chicago Bears are apparently concerned enough about the health of quarterback Jay Cutler that they brought in two quarterbacks for tryouts. Josh Johnson and Stephen McGee worked out for the Bears on Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reported. Cutler suffered a neck injury in the Bears' loss to Minnesota on Sunday. The injury didn't appear serious, but Cutler also missed time this year with a concussion. Johnson was among San Francisco's final cuts at the end of the preseason. McGee was waived by Dallas before the start of the season. The Bears also made a roster move Wednesday, re-signing defensive tackle Amobi Okoye after waiving him two weeks ago. Okoye joined the Bears for the 2011 season but was let go and signed with Tampa Bay during the offseason before coming back to the Bears earlier this season.