New Bears coach John Fox suspects Jay Cutler's 2014 performance collapsed due to a lack of confidence.
Bears GM Ryan Pace announced Wednesday that the team is "moving forward with Jay Cutler" at quarterback.
Various sources tell CSN Chicago that the Bears plan to "take some things away" from Jay Cutler in 2015, and "shrink the game for him."
Sources tell ESPN's Chris Mortensen the Bears fully expect Jay Cutler to be their quarterback in 2015.
One NFL source told the Chicago Tribune the Titans are "the only realistic destination" for the Bears to trade Jay Cutler.
ESPN New York's Rich Cimini reports the Jets have "no interest" in Jay Cutler.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports "teams certainly know" that Jay Cutler is available via trade.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirms $10 million of Jay Cutler's 2016 salary becomes guaranteed if he remains on the Bears' roster through next Tuesday.
ESPN Bears reporter Michael C. Wright reports $10 million of Jay Cutler's 2016 base salary becomes guaranteed if he's on the Bears' roster next Tuesday.
"At least ten" former members of the Lovie Smith and Marc Trestman coaching staffs told ESPN Chicago the Bears "can't consistently compete for championships" with Jay Cutler as the quarterback.
Coach John Fox and GM Ryan Pace were both noncommittal Wednesday when asked about Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall's futures with the Bears.
Jay Cutler has a "strong, personal relationship" with new QBs coach Dowell Loggains, and Cutler lobbied for the Bears to hire Loggains when Lovie Smith was still head coach.
New coach John Fox declined to comment on whether he believes Jay Cutler will be a Bear in 2015.
Jay Cutler completed 23-of-36 passes for 172 yards and 39 rushing yards in the Bears' Week 17 loss to Minnesota.