Looks like Jay Cutler isn’t coming to Tampa after all, as was rumored on Twitter  after the Bucs hired former Bears head coach Lovie Smith.
The Bears put a halt to those rumors by signing Cutler to a seven year deal, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Alex Marvez reports that the deal is worth $18M for the first three years. The Bears have also extended CB Tim Jennings and G Matt Slauson to an additional four years. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that this changes the offseason dramatically.
Major moves: Bears GM Phil Emery announced Chicago has re-signed QB Jay Cutler, G Matt Slauson and CB Tim Jennings.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 2, 2014 
— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) January 2, 2014 
Taking Jay Cutler off the board for free agency — where at one point he seemed likely headed — changes this offseason dramatically.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 2, 2014 
According to Sander Philipse of BucsNation.com, the only chance to add competition for Mike Glennon would be the draft , and Jason La Canfora  of CBS Sports says that the remaining trade/free agent market will consist of Josh McCown, Michael Vick, Matt Schaub, Kirk Cousins, Ryan Mallet and Mark Sanchez.