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Bears More Likely To Keep Jay Cutler Than Trade Him Following Coaching Changes

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the Chicago Bears are now more likely to keep Jay Cutler in place as the team’s quarterback after overhauling their coaching staff and bringing in HC John Fox and OC Adam Gase. “It would be tough for me to imagine a better hire than Adam Gase,” Rapoport tells CSN Chicago. “Not just because John Fox has worked with him for the last...
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Jay Cutler on nightmarish solo weekend with his kids: ‘All hell has broken loose’

It seems like Jay Cutler cannot help but catch hell from pretty much everybody these days, even his own adoring wife. The quarterback, whose significant struggles this past season were a contributing factor to former head coach Marc Trestman getting fired, was on the receiving end of some more playful criticism– a far cry from...Read More The post Jay Cutler on nightmarish solo...
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9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler Left In Charge Of Kids For Few Days: ‘All Hell Breaks Loose’

Jay Cutler’s offseason isn’t going great. The Chicago Bears quarterback struggled mightily this season to the tune of a league-high 18 interceptions while leading his team to a disappointing 5-11 record, and it appears he’s struggling mightily at home, as well. Cutler was in full dad mode over the weekend, as he was left alone with his two young children. But if Cutler has...
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Instagram: Cutler’s Wife Leaves Town, All Hell Breaks Loose

Kristin Cavallari’s Instagram post about leaving Jay Cutler home with the kids for two days is hilarious. Pretty cool to see this side of the popular Chicago couple considering most people probably do think they have “a thousand nannies.” Love how “smokin” sneaks it’s way in there right away, lol.     Spoken like a true Dad, this make you picture Jay in a house with...
Via Sports Mockery
1 day ago  |  Discuss

The Chicago Bears Just Tipped Their Hand On the Jay Cutler Question

Jay Cutler.  Even with the season over for 30 of 32 NFL teams, he continues to hover in the background like a ghost in an old mansion, waiting for another chance to manifest and scare Chicago Bears fans every time he throws the ball again. In truth, nobody is certain of his immediate future.  Despite the fact he’s still guaranteed $15.5 million in 2015, there is speculation whether...
Via Sports Mockery
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler’s Contract Makes Him Very Affordable Moving Forward

It’s safe to say the Chicago Bears’ 2014 season was a train wreck and should be nailed in a wooden coffin and buried away for eternity. That being said, it’s over and can’t be taken back. The GM was fired, the head coach was fired and all the assistant coaches were fired. The players remain…. most of them. Heading into 2015, Jay Cutler ($16.5m) will be the 11th highest...
Via Sports Mockery
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Jay Cutler question

One of the most disappointing performances of the 2014 NFL season was from the Chicago Bears offense, led by quarterback Jay Cutler. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall claimed in the preseason that Cutler would win the most valuable player award, and many believed it possible since it is well known that Cutler can make all of the throws. And with Cutler going into his second year in...
Via Football By Football
3 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN Implores Chicago Bears To Keep Jay Cutler

The debate figures to rage on until the NFL off-season becomes active this coming spring.  Will the Chicago Bears finally part ways with quarterback Jay Cutler, who has largely underachieved through six seasons?  Many believe it’s the only way the franchise can truly get a fresh start, but don’t count ESPN Insider Neil Hornsby among them.  The writer, who also does work for...
Via Sports Mockery
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Coaching staff continues to take shape

The Chicago Bears continued to add to their coaching staff Tuesday, as they brought along three assistants who have all previously worked with new head coach John Fox. Sam Garnes (assistant defensive backs), Dave Magazu (offensive line) and Derius Swinton II (assistant special teams) agreed to join the staff, and the Bears also parted ways with Joe DeCamillis (special teams coach...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

John Fox refers to Jay Cutler as 'Jake' at presser

New Chicago Bears head coach John Fox may have been experiencing some first-day-on-the-job unfamiliarity related to his new surroundings and co-workers when he mistakenly referred to quarterback Jay Cutler as “Jake” not once, but twice during a press conference on Monday. “That’s a lot for a guy who has not talked to him yet,” Fox...Read More The post New Bears head coach...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

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