For anyone thinking the Houston Texans might go after Free Agent QB Jay Cutler instead of drafting a quarterback to lead their team, forget about it.
The Chicago Bears have signed quarterback Jay Cutler to a seven-year contract.
Jay Cutler’s time away proved shorter than the Chicago Bears originally expected.
The Chicago Bears aren’t ruling out an early return for injured quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Chicago Bears expect quarterback Jay Cutler to miss at least four weeks with a groin injury and Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs will be sidelined around six weeks with a shoulder injury.
Jay Cutler would have made it interesting. Perhaps — probably, even — the 8-1 Texans still would have won Sunday night’s showdown with the then 7-1 Bears.
The last time the Texans were slated for Sunday Night Football, they got smoked. Will things be different tonight against a very good Bears team? Takeaway Machine The Texans don’t typically turn the ball over. […]
Chicago Bear all-time great Dan Hampton joins J&R. No one knows the Bears better that ‘The Danimal’. He joins us to preview Texans-Bears.
Zach Zaidman, sideline reporter for the Bears, joined MaD Radio to discuss the game this Sunday, how the Texans compare to the Bears, the fact that anything could happen in this game, and more.
Former Bears QB Jim Miller joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the Bears tough defense, his thoughts on Jay Cutler and are the Bears for real?