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Bears may be protecting Cutler against injury

Question:  What team benches a quarterback who signed a contract that pays him $22.5 million in 2014 and another fully-guaranteed $15.5 million in 2015?

Answer:  A team that doesn’t want an injury to derail a plan to trade or cut the quarterback. 188 more words

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Jay Cutler's benching could signal QB's end with Bears

Jay Cutler is fast becoming his generation’s Jeff George:

Strong arm. Stronger will. Unfixable gunslinger. That’s Cutler in a nutshell nine seasons and 130 interceptions into an NFL career that’s gone nowhere. 366 more words

SEC News

Jay Cutler Benched by Chicago Bears... For Jimmy Clausen

Huge news out of Chicago tonight as it is being reported that the Bears will bench Jay Cutler in favor of Jimmy Clausen.  This throws Clausen, who I consider one of the poorest Quarterbacks on an NFL active roster, up against a vicious Detroit Lions defense in Week 16. 307 more words

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Bears' quarterback Jay Cutler to be benched

The Bears’ starting quarterback, Jay Cutler, has been benched for Jimmy Clausen.

The Chicago team was set to bench Cutler Sunday, December 21 for their game against the Detroit Lions, according to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter. 60 more words

Sports

One NFL Player Says He'd Rather Die Early Than Not Play In The League

Chicago Bears safety Chris Conte was inactive for the drubbing his team took at the hands of the New Orleans Saints on Monday due to yet another injury that up to this point have plagued his 2014 season. 170 more words

Sports

Jimmy Clausen to start for Bears

The Chicago Bears plan to start Jimmy Clausen at quarterback this week over Jay Cutler, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Cutler has struggled this season in leading the Bears to a 5-9 record. 44 more words

NFL

Report: Chicago is benching Jay Cutler, Jimmy Clausen to start vs. Detroit

You know you’re having a terrible season when you’re benching a quarterback you just paid $126 million for this offseason, well that’s exactly what the Bears are doing. 86 more words

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