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Draft Scout Jay Cutler News
11/22/17 - QB Jay Cutler (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday and his availability for Sunday at New England is in question. Injuries are starting to become a factor.
Cutler left the New York Jets game five weeks ago with a rib injury, missed the Baltimore game the following week, didn't play the second half of last week's Tampa Bay game and could miss this week's game.
11/20/17 - QB Jay Cutler was removed from Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to a concussion evaluation.
Cutler was tackled on the next-to-last play -- a 1-yard run -- of the first half by Tampa Bay's Ryan Russell. Cutler stayed down for a brief moment and got up slowly.
He did not return for the second half, and the team announced he was under evaluation for a concussion and was ruled out for the rest of the game.
Cutler finished 6 of 12 for 83 yards with one passing touchdown and three interceptions.
He was replaced by Matt Moore.
11/20/17 - QB Jay Cutler (concussion) remains in concussion protocol and his status for Sunday's game isn't yet known. Cutler left the Tampa Bay game at halftime and didn't return.
Cutler has left two games this season with injuries. He left the 31-28 victory over the New York Jets in the third quarter with a ribs injury.
11/15/17 - QB Jay Cutler (22 of 37, 213 yards, two touchdowns, one interception, 82.4 passer rating) didn't have a good night. This was after head coach Adam Gase said during the week Cutler had had back-to-back strong outings against the New York Jets and Oakland.
11/15/17 - QB Jay Cutler is ninth in the NFL in completion percentage (65.3), but is 31st in yards per attempt (5.87), which suggests the downfield passing game is a rarity.