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Bears' Long inactive for Lions game with hip injury

CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Bears right guard Kyle Long is inactive for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions because of a hip injury. Long did not appear on the injury report until Friday, when he was limited in practice and listed as questionable. He had started all 14 games. With Long out, Michael Ola shifts from left guard to right guard and Ryan Groy starts at left guard. Kicker...
Via AP on Fox
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Tennessee Titans Preparing Deal For Jay Cutler? NFL.com Thinks So

As the rumors regarding Jay Cutler’s future with the Chicago Bears continue to swirl, NFL Insider Ian Rapoport is convinced the Tennessee Titans are taking a long hard look. In a recent video on NFL.com, Rapoport says the Titans are doing research on Cutler and that remains Jay’s preferred destination. Shortly after that, another article on NFL.com surfaced saying the Titans...
Via Sports Mockery
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Titans Have Reportedly Been Doing Their Homework On Jay Cutler

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Tennessee Titans began doing their homework on Bears QB Jay Cutler as soon as the news broke that he was being benched in favor of Jimmy Clausen. Rapoport mentions that although Cutler would like to stay in Chicago, Nashville would be a “preferred location” for him given that he attended  Vanderbilt. According to Rapoport, if the...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

NFL Insider Says Chicago Bears Will Retain Jay Cutler In 2015

Those fans who are looking for a fresh start from the era of Jay Cutler may be disappointed to hear this, but prominent NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, currently working for CBS believes that the Chicago Bears plan to retain the 31-year old quarterback for the 2015 season. “Cutler has $16 million guaranteed on his salary for 2015, and on March 13, another $10 million of his $16 million...
Via Sports Mockery
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Report: Jay Cutler Would Prefer To Be Traded To Titans

Ian Rapoport is reporting that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is aware that these could be his final games as the quarterback in Chicago. According to the report, Cutler would like to remain in Chicago, but would prefer to be traded to the Titans if he is in fact moved. As soon as Jay Cutler got benched in Chicago, the #Titans began doing homework on him, asking players and preparing...
Via Thacover2
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Report: Jay Cutler Would Prefer To Be Traded To Titans

Ian Rapoport is reporting that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is aware that these could be his final games as the quarterback in Chicago. According to the report, Cutler would like to remain in Chicago, but would prefer to be traded to the Titans if he is in fact moved. As soon as Jay Cutler got benched in Chicago, the #Titans began doing homework on him, asking players and preparing...
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Titans are doing homework on Jay Cutler

Could the Tennessee Titans throw a draft pick at the Bears for the expensive Jay Cutler? @RapSheet: As soon as Jay Cutler got benched in Chicago, the #Titans began doing homework on him, asking players and preparing their research. According to Ian Rapoport the Totans could be leaning toward the ceteran Cutler. This would be […] The post Titans are doing homework on Jay Cutler...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
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NFL Films Analyst Hints Chicago Bears Already Had Jay Cutler Solution

When most people hear the name Cosell, they instantly get that tingle of nostalgia, remembering those great highlight videos of iconic announcer Howard Cosell invigorating the world of sports, particularly football with his trademark voice and sense of humor.  His son, Greg Cosell, isn’t quite as famous as his father but he’s widely respected in the NFL community as both a writer...
Via Sports Mockery
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Chicago Bears: Five keys to beating the Detroit Lions in Week 17

The Chicago Bears (5-9) host the Detroit Lions (10-4) Sunday on FOX in a game that holds a different meaning than it did in early September. The Lions can clinch a playoff berth with a victory, while the Bears will attempt to salvage what pride they have left by atoning for their poor second half performance against this team on Thanksgiving. Chicago Bears likely to face repeat...
Via isportsweb.com
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

FCS Championship will be a showdown between NDSU and Illinois State

Today Illinois State was able to overcome a defecit and beat number 1 ranked New Hampshire. The FCS Championship will be a showdown between North Dakota State led by John Crockett and Illinois State led by junior Marshaun Coprich. This is going to be a very good game, and could come down to defense. If […] The post FCS Championship will be a showdown between NDSU and Illinois...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
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Serial – Who Murdered The Chicago Bears

Barstool Sports recently released a video parody of the Serial Podcast on Who Murdered the Chicago Bears. Serial is a podcast in which they unfold a nonfiction story, week by week, in hopes of uncovering the true answer to an unanswered crime. You can watch the Serial Podcast here. Barstool Sports has taken the Serial idea to find out the true culprit of who murdered the Chicago...
Via Sports Mockery
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NFL Exec Claims Marc Trestman Doesn’t “Have the Balls” For Head Coaching

In front of the cameras, executives and other personalities involved with pro sports in general, not just football, need to approach things with a certain professionalism.  However, behind closed doors is a different.  That is when guys feel more comfortable venturing a more honest, and perhaps crude opinion of a given situation, player, coach etc.  That was the case recently...
Via Sports Mockery
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Bears may have to include perks in trade of Jay Culter

The season is not over but it might as well be for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears. Signed to a seven-year deal this offseason that made him the NFL’s highest paid player, Cutler has buckeled. Bears coach Marc Tretsman has lost the locerkroom after failing to coax the best out of his high paid gunslinger, wide receiver Brandon Marshall is lost for the season. The defense has...
Via Tireball.com
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Why Aaron Kromer went behind Jay Cutler’s back (possibly)

Only Bears Offensive Coordinator Aaron Kromer knows why Aaron Kromer did what he did to his quarterback Jay Cutler. However, this theory, from a NFL Network talking head, and perhaps the greatest pass-catching running back of all time, is as solid an explanation as you’ll find. – “If Aaron Kromer had to do what he did it’s because he could not go upstairs and tell someone...
Via The Sports Bank
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Bears Could Make History Giving Jay Cutler Away, Plus Draft Picks

The Bears haven’t done much on the field in 2014 that will get them into the history books.  This upcoming offseason, however, may see the Bears agree to a trade that has never been seen before in the history of the NFL. According to Adam Schefter, if the Bears want to trade Cutler and get his $25 million in guarantees off their hands they may also have to give up draft pick compensation...
Via Sports Mockery
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler Swap For Sam Bradford Could Be Win-Win For Bears and Rams

With two weeks left in a forgettable NFL season, rumors continue to fly about possible directions the Chicago Bears could go with quarterback Jay Cutler, who has failed to live up to the massive $126 million contract handed to him last off-season.  One frequently suggested idea is trading him.  This has naturally led to lists of teams being forged and which ones are likeliest to...
Via Sports Mockery
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Chicago TV Station Belittles Mark Trestman and Bears (Again)

Earlier on Friday during the ABC7 sports segment they once again decided to take a shot at the Chicago Bears, this time it was towards head coach Marc Trestman. The Belittling of Marc Trestman Just a few days ago, sports anchor Marc Giangreco went on air and delivered a pretty controversial headline, suggesting that the Chicago Bears either fire everyone and cut Jay Cutler to fix...
Via Sports Mockery
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Three quarterbacks who could be traded this offseason

Each offseason the amount of teams that need quarterbacks always outnumbers the amount of quarterbacks available through either the draft, or the death pit that is free agency at the position. So a risk needs to be taken on an established arm who’s fallen out of favor. In some instances the quarterback in question has legitimately regressed, and in others he’s become a poor...
Via This Given Sunday
1 day ago  |  Discuss

ABC7 Chicago outdoes itself with another caption

You may recall earlier in the week that ABC 7 Chicago took an overly dramatic approach to express their opinion of Jay Cutler and his performance this season. Well, they have managed to one up themselves with their latest caption, courtesy of @StateStreetSports. It’s hard to believe that Marc Trestman will still be the head coach that far into 2015, if at all, but if he’s NOT...
Via Awful Announcing
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bears players are upset with how Marc Trestman handled the Cutler benching

It sounds like things are getting a bit chippy in Chicago, and no I am not talking about the gun violence. I am talking about the Chicago Bears and the benching of Jay Cutler. Many players on the Bears roster are pissed that they were the last people to know that Jimmy Clausen would be […] The post Bears players are upset with how Marc Trestman handled the Cutler benching appeared...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Potential Trade Options For Bears QB Jay Cutler

Joel Corry of the National Football Post takes a look at the Bears options when it comes to a potential QB Jay Cutler trade. Corry points out that the Bears would benefit much more from trading Cutler rather than releasing him, given that Chicago would gain $12.5 million in cap space while taking on just $4 million dead space. According to Corry, the Bears are unlikely to secure...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears: Betting odds, point spread and tv info

The Detroit Lions could end up winning the NFC North while their opponents on Sunday, the Chicago Bears, have only the play of now benched quarterback Jay Cutler to talk about. Whether the Bears (5-9) would have been any better without Cutler is up for debate but what is known is that the Lions (10-4) will be looking to add to their misery in this one. Coverage of the game between...
Via Tireball.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

A Few Fascinating Clues Indicating Jay Cutler Is Going To Tennessee

Everyone in Chicago is hoping that Jay Cutler is traded away from the Bears, and the Tennessee Titans are slowly becoming a very likely destination. Think about it for a moment, why would the Chicago Bears really bench Cutler? Here are some recent clues that have people thinking Cutler is headed back to Tennessee. Clue #1 Cutler’s hat choice in his press conference last week...
Via Sports Mockery
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears players not happy with how they found out about Jay Cutler benching

Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman has been criticized for the way he has handled off-field issues this season. Jay Cutler’s benching is no exception. While you can’t really fault Trestman for sitting Cutler down, he probably could have done a better job of informing his team about the decision before it went public. Bears...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Burke Blotter: Feel Sorry for Chicago Bears Fans

Sometimes things cease being funny and just become pathetic or perhaps even tragic. That is the situation in which the Chicago Bears find themselves in right now. Touted as a potential Super Bowl contender at the beginning of the season, things quickly went off the rails for Chicago. After a 2-1 start, the Bears lost to the Green Bay Packers in Week 4 and everything went downhill...
Via AllGreenBayPackers.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss
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