• Cutler throws 4 picks, 'O' still learning

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Aug 7, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Cutler to play limited snaps vs. Carolina

      BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- Don't expect quarterback Jay Cutler to be on the field for more than a handful of plays Friday night when the Chicago Bears open their preseason schedule on the road against the Carolina Panthers. Bears coach Marc Trestman's plan is…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Flacco 2.0? McCaskey OK with same for Cutler

      Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey said he would be happy if quarterback Jay Cutler, in the final year of his deal, follows the path of Joe Flacco, who cashed in on his contract year with a Super Bowl win last season.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Everything peachy with Cutler and Trestman

      When Bears General Manager Phil Emery started looking for a new head coach, he talked about the importance of the coach-quarterback relationship. And as it has been a few times with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, the answer is, “so far, so good.” “We’re …
    • Jay Cutler has more freedom, but he must make good decisions

      BOURBONNAIS — Coach Marc Trestman and offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer are challenging quarterback Jay Cutler. It’s as if they want to see the lows more than the highs, as if they want to see his frustrations boil over. “We’re trying to keep Jay Cutle…
      Source: suntimes.com
  • Cutler Watch: Passes batted at line frustrate quarterback

    Jay Cutler had a tough practice Tuesday, throwing four interceptions. Three of the interceptions resulted from plays by the defensive line. Tackle Henry Melton batted a pass into the air, picked it off and returned it for a touchdown, end Shea McClellin…
    Source: suntimes.com

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