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Draft Scout Jay Cutler News
10/23/14 - QB Jay Cutler said he canceled a radio show he does each week not because of the team's loss to Miami and the subsequent locker-room outbursts that occurred, but because he had to take his son, Jaxon, to the doctor. "It's almost easier to do the radio show and just get it out of the way after a loss," he said. "Some of these questions you don't have to answer on Thursday. It was out of my hands. It had nothing to do with what's happened or what happened on Sunday." Cutler also said the perception that coach Marc Trestman and assistants do not criticize him is inaccurate, but when asked by media who is more critical, media or coaches, he said, "Media, you guys still win that one."
09/28/14 - QB Jay Cutler has a 1-10 record against the Packers as a starting quarterback, including seven consecutive defeats. He has thrown at least one interception in each of those games.
09/14/14 - QB Jay Cutler threw four touchdown passes in the Bears' 28-20 victory over the 49ers on Sunday night. It was his first four-touchdown game since Nov. 28, 2010, against the Philadelphia Eagles. He completed 23 of 34 passes for 176 yards with no interceptions.
12/23/13 - QB Jay Cutler eventually was pulled from Sunday's game, but it had nothing to do with the level of his play.
He probably would have been out earlier just to avoid injury with the Packers game coming up, but had been only back one game since a month-long absence and coach Marc Trestman wanted him to get in more work.
"That was part of it just to get another series and give the guys a chance to at least take one more shot at it, and we didn't get it done," Trestman said. "At that point in time, we started taking guys out just for that reason, to make sure nothing unusual would happen in the rest of the game knowing what we had coming up on Sunday."
12/10/13 - Bears coach Marc Trestman has proven his willingness to take a gamble, yet his biggest risk awaits when quarterback Jay Cutler returns from an ankle sprain.
After Josh McCown became the first Bears quarterback to ever throw for 300 or more yards in three consecutive games in a 45-28 Monday night win over Dallas, Trestman and all involved continued to insist Cutler is still the starter, which could be a real risk.
"There's no change in the plan," Trestman said. "We'll see where Jay is this week. He'll have to be released by the doctors. When Jay's ready to play, he'll being playing."