Cutler ruled out for Monday night's Bears-49ers game

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Cutler ruled out for Monday night's Bears-49ers game

To no ones surprise, Jay Cutler already is declared out of next Mondays Bears-San Francisco game, as is rookie defensive end Shea McClellin, both the results of concussions suffered in last Sundays Houston Texans game.

The 49ers will be Campbells 71st NFL start. He has faced San Francisco twice previously in his career, losing to them as a Washington Redskin in the final game of the 2008 season and as an Oakland Raider in October 2010. Both games were at Candlestick Park.

Cutler was not at practice on Thursday and all signs pointed to his being inactive for the 49ers, beginning with the near-immediate signing of Josh McCown as a No. 3 quarterback.

Campbells 2010 game vs. San Francisco was his worst as a pro. He completed just eight of 21 passes for 83 yards, zero touchdowns and two interceptions, with a passer rating of 10.7.

SportsTalk Live Podcast: How long will Mike Glennon last as the starting QB?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: How long will Mike Glennon last as the starting QB?

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: Vinnie Hinostroza talks rookie season and new wrinkle to offseason training

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: Vinnie Hinostroza talks rookie season and new wrinkle to offseason training

On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, forward Vinnie Hinostroza joins Pat Boyle and evaluates his rookie season, tells us how he has added MMA and Ju-jitsu to his offseason training and is he going to room with Ryan Hartman next season?

Plus, Tracey Myers joins Pat to discuss Patrick Kane’s first interview this offseason, the latest on the Blackhawks coaching moves and tournament fall-out for Artemi Panarin, Marcus Kruger and Alex DeBrincat.

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