Found March 17, 2013 on Sports by Colin:
With it becoming increasingly evident that Chicago is soon going to clip Jay Cutler, the Bears are expected to seek a quarterback in April’s NFL Draft. The nearly 30-year-old Cutler, who the Denver Broncos took out of Vanderbilt University with the 11th pick in the 2006 draft, signed a contract worth $30 million that will expire at the end of next season. Because Cutler, who has thrown 136 touchdowns, against 100 interceptions, for 21,316 yards in 93 starts, is a gaping ****, Chicago’s reluctance to retain Kristin Cavallari’s banging companion makes sense. A notorious joystick loathed by teammates, fans and … Continue reading →
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  • I hope they don't, at least not this year. This is just a bad QB draft year, so looking for a gem will be tough. This is the year that the new Bears coaching staff should be evaluating what they got. Blanchard is raw, but this guy is a winner. Next year, then we'll talk.

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