Chicago might opt to carry only Jay Cutler and Caleb Hanie, if he's back, at quarterback next season, but a developmental rookie could get a chance to make the roster.
This is the third in a series of position-by-position looks at the Bears' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. The series continues with an analysis of Chicago's WR situation.
This is the first in a series of position-by-position looks at the Bears' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. We begin with an analysis of Chicago's QB situation.
This week, Hub Arkush says giving Lovie Smith a contract extension this offseason would be "the dumbest thing the Bears could do right now," and that re-signing Danieal Manning would only make sense if he's coming back at the ...
With Bears fans reflecting on the 2010 season, Brian Tucker attempts to answer some of the key questions facing the team this offseason.
If the Bears had advanced to the Super Bowl, they might have been down to one healthy quarterback.
The dust is beginning to settle after a potentially career-defining and painful two days for Bears QB Jay Cutler.
Saints QB Drew Brees played with a low-grade sprain of an MCL ligament during the team's wild-card loss at Seattle, head coach Sean Payton said Monday, but he declined to compare the injury to Jay Cutler's.
Bears players spent a great deal of their media session on Monday responding to those criticizing QB Jay Cutler's toughness.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith said QB Jay Cutler suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in Sunday's NFC championship game.
Fair or not, Cutler won't ever live this game down in Chicago, short of winning a Super Bowl one day.
Chicago's 21-14 loss to the rival Packers in the NFC championship game was a devastating blow for the franchise and its fans, and it put the losing quarterback, Jay Cutler, squarely in a spotlight that he doesn't relish.
Bears QB Jay Cutler is questionable to return against the Packers after suffering a knee injury.
Offensive coordinator Mike Martz says he and QB Jay Cutler have some work to do on fundamentals once they begin the postseason, according to NFC North Whispers.
This week, Hub Arkush says the Bears' defense will not hold the Packers to 17 points or less for a third time this season and he also says Jay Cutler has fallen further behind Aaron Rodgers in the battle to ...