Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler out for at least two weeks with a hamstring injury

Deepizzaguy By Deepizzaguy, 21st Sep 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss at least two weeks due to a strained hamstring injury. The Bears will go with Jimmy Clausen as their starting quarterback next Sunday when the Seattle Seahawks host the Bears at CenturyLink Field on Sunday September 27, 2015.

Chicago Bears starting quarterback Jay Cutler will miss at least two weeks due to injury

Chicago Bears starting quarterback Jay Cutler suffered a hamstring injury during the Bears 48-23 loss to the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday will be out of action for at least two weeks according John Fox who is the head coach of the Bears.
Fox is being optimistic that Cutler will be able to return to be the starting quarterback of the Bears since it is possible that the recovery time of his hamstring injury could keep him out of the starting lineup for a longer period of time.
The Bears (0-2) will be taking on the Seattle Seahawks (0-2) next Sunday. The game will be played at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Washington.
The Bears will be going with Jimmy Clausen who is the second string quarterback of the Bears at the start of the 2015 football season behind Cutler.
The Bears will have to activate from their practice team who has not played in any regular season games for the Bears since he was their sixth round draft choice in the 2014 National Football League Draft out of San Jose State University.
Clausen was a second draft choice of the Carolina Panthers in the 2010 National Football League Draft out of the University of Notre Dame.
The Bears are hoping the Cutler does recover from his hamstring injury soon since Clausen and David Fales are not exactly elite quarterbacks in the National Football League.
It is possible that the Bears could go to the free agent market to seek another quarterback if Clausen does not help the Bears get their first win of the 2015 football season within the time period that Cutler will be on the sideline recovering from his hamstring injury.
It is likely that Clausen will be using a ball control offense during his time as the Bears starting quarterback until Cutler who is in his 10th season in the league returns from his hamstring injury.
Cutler has been with the Chicago Bears since the 2009 football season after the Denver Broncos traded him to the Bears in exchange for Bears quarterback Kyle Orton on April 2, 2009.


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