Cutler revealed that there are concerns about ligament damage that go beyond his high ankle sprain
Coach Marc Trestman announced that Jay Cutler is still being considered week-to-week with the
Brandon Marshall admitted Detroit “got the best of us” by completing a two-game sweep of the Bears on Sunday, but the receiver also called the Lions “borderline illegal,” in addition to comparing the franchise to Chicago’s “little brother.” “It’s
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler suffered a high left ankle sprain in Sunday’s loss to the Detroit Lions and will not face the Baltimore Ravens, coach Marc Trestman said Monday. Cutler’s latest setback came 21 days after the quarterback
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is out next week against the Baltimore Ravens, according to Adam Schefter.
"I went through the tape closely this morning and watched Jay's performance, and I thought he did well into the fourth quarter,"
Detroit, which last won the NFC North in 1993 when it was called the NFC Central, went to Chicago and won 21-19.
Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that he rolled his ankle during the first half
“We have to be able to take advantage of obviously the holes that we see. Obviously they’re going to do their part
The Bears will have their starting quarterback for Sunday’s NFC North showdown with the Lions