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Jay Cutler | Quarterback | #6

Team: Unsigned Free Agent
Age / DOB:  (34) / 4/29/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 231
College: Vanderbilt
Drafted: 2006 / Rd. 1 (11) / DEN
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Jay Cutler said his retirement is "permanent."
"I don't really see anything else happening," said Cutler of his playing career. "I'm happy with where I am, you know, in my life and really in the future going forward. So, yeah, we can go ahead and say it. It's permanent." Cutler was more or less forced out of the league after generating little to no interest on the open market. He seems committed to his new role at Fox Sports, though it would be a little surprising if Cutler turned down a starting job should an opportunity arise. Cutler turned 34 last week. May 5 - 4:42 PM
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Bears coach John Fox says he doesn't have a plan at quarterback.

"We don't have a plan," was Fox's exact quote when asked if Jay Cutler (thumb) would reclaim the starting job from Brian Hoyer when healthy. Hoyer typically proves to be fool's gold under center, but the same is true of Cutler. Hoyer's play has been dramatically better than Cutler's this season. We'd expect the Bears to milk Cutler's injury for as long as possible, and barring an immediate collapse from Hoyer, keep him under center.
Mon, Oct 10, 2016 03:02:00 PM

Bears coach John Fox refused to speculate on his quarterback situation.

"I am not going to get into speculation," Fox said. "Jay [Cutler] is not healthy." The problem for Fox is Cutler will be healthy in the near future, and Brian Hoyer has been the superior quarterback this year. It is tough to see Hoyer getting benched for Cutler even when the "starter" returns to full health. The Bears will likely drag out that return as long as possible to avoid the situation.
Mon, Oct 10, 2016 11:43:00 AM

Speaking Monday, Bears coach John Fox said Brian Hoyer could keep the team's starting job regardless of Jay Cutler's (thumb) health.

"Anybody's that performing well, I don't think we're going to be likely to change," was Fox's unusually direct quote. It's noteworthy any time Fox says something that isn't a cliche or platitude, but especially when it involves the team's starting quarterback. Hoyer has been drastically better than Cutler through two starts, albeit in plus matchups. He has another one on tap for Week 5 in the Colts before seeing better Jags, Packers and Vikings defenses. Hoyer has a tendency to start out hot before gradually melting down, but could be a legitimately better option than Cutler, who seems content to make the same mistakes over and over again.
Mon, Oct 3, 2016 03:20:00 PM

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