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Draft Scout Jay Cutler News
12/13/15 - QB Jay Cutler completed 19 of 31 passes for 315 yards and two touchdowns. However, Cutler was sacked three times and coughed up a fumble on a hit by linebacker Trent Murphy. "There are a few plays that I definitely would have liked to get back, just like all of those guys in (the locker room)," Cutler said.
12/10/15 - QB Jay Cutler did not talk with media about the discovery of the body of his brother-in-law, Michael Cavallari. His press availability Thursday came prior to word that police had found the body. Cavallari has been missing since late November.
12/07/15 - QB Jay Cutler was given the concussion protocol after being slammed to the turf against San Francisco in the second half, but had no problems. "He got me pretty good," Cutler said. "I got up from the play. We went through the protocol. I had no problems. I talked to the doctors again. I feel fine at this point."
11/26/15 - QB Jay Cutler enjoyed a great week. On Monday, his wife gave birth to their third child. On Thursday, he won for the first time in five trips to Lambeau Field. Last year, he threw two interceptions in the Bears' 55-14 loss at Green Bay. This time, he finished 19-for-31 for 200 yards with one touchdown pass and no interceptions. "I don't even remember the last time that we left this stadium, honestly," Cutler said. "So much has changed, so much is new, and I really enjoy these guys in the locker room and the coaching staff. I think you look across that locker room and you see a lot of guys playing for each other, which is fun."
11/09/15 - QB Jay Cutler, with his second-quarter scoring pass to TE Martellus Bennett, eclipsed Sid Luckman to become the Bears' all-time leader in touchdown passes at 138. Cutler did it in 89 games, compared to Luckman's 128. Cutler added another scoring pass in the fourth quarter, lifting the Bears to a comeback win over the Chargers.