The Bears may have shuffled the pieces on their starting offensive line again this week, moving Chris Williams from tackle to guard, but their objective hasn't changed.
Bears QB Jay Cutler said he was cleared to play by doctors on Monday and he's expected to start Sunday vs. the Seahawks after missing a start for the first time in his career last week because of a ...
Bears QB Jay Cutler was cleared to practice on Wednesday and should be able to play in Week Six after missing last week's game due to lingering effects from a concussion.
Mike Martz needs to make sure his goal is to strike a better balance between the running game and passing game when Jay Cutler returns.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith is optimistic QB Jay Cutler will return to play in Week Six vs. the Seahawks, but it looked like Cutler would play vs. the Panthers around this time last week.
If anyone was doubting just how much QB Jay Cutler means to the Bears' offense, watching Sunday's game should have made it more clear.
The Bears made changes on their offensive line after giving up 10 sacks to the Giants in Week Four.
Todd Collins will start at quarterback for the Bears when they face the Panthers on Sunday.
Bears QB Jay Cutler, who suffered a concussion on Sunday vs. the Giants, was wearing a helmet and practiced Wednesday, according to a report.
The dominant Bears story of the day went from piling on the offensive line after a poor performance to the end of the Mark Anderson era and the signing of Charles Grant.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith is optimistic that he'll have Jay Cutler back for the team's Week Five game at Carolina. However, a decision on the quarterback's availability won't be made until later in the week.
While the Bears await word on QB Jay Cutler's status for Week Five, the coaching staff is trying to figure out what to do with an offensive line that allowed him to get sacked nine times.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr ranks the Bears' top MVP candidates through their most recent game.
The New York Giants knocked out Jay Cutler with a nine-sack first half and limited Chicago to 110 total yards in a 17-3 victory on Sunday night that left the NFL with only one undefeated team.
The Bears opened the second half vs. the Giants with backup Todd Collins at quarterback.