• Jay Cutler acknowledges he's changed

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Oct 18, 2013
    “We didn’t do enough on our part to help win games [in the past],” Cutler said. “I think everyone changes over a period of time,” Cutler said during “The Jay Cutler Show” on ESPN 1000. Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler acknowledged on Monday that he’s changed for the better, and credited the new coaching staff headed up by Marc Trestman, in addition to teammates on the offensive line and at the skill positions. Still, no other player has intercepted Cutler four times in one game as Hall did in a 17-14 ...
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    • Marshall: Cutler locked in as a leader

      Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall hasn't been there for all 99 of Jay Cutler's games, but he was there for No. 1 with the Denver Broncos and he'll be there for No. 100 on Sunday in Washington. So Marshall is uniquely qualified to speak on the grow…
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    • Jay Cutler isn’t impressed by DeAngelo Hall

      Three years ago, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler completed four passes to a player named Hall. But his first name is DeAngelo, and he plays for the Redskins. As the Bears and Redskins prepare to meet again for the first time since 2010, Cutler isn’t ready …
    • Cutler pleased with progress, not satisfied

      LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Jay Cutler expressed encouragement with how the Chicago Bears are trending toward no longer depending on the defense to carry the team, but understands that while it’s shown signs, the offense hasn’t exactly arrived. “We didn’t do e…
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    • Cutler not expected to repeat 2010 game

      Washington coach Mike Shanahan won’t count on Jay Cutler reliving his four-interception game against the Redskins from 2010 when the teams meet Sunday at FedEx Field. During a 17-14 loss to the Redskins at Soldier field that season, the Bears turned the…
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