CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bears will be just fine if they keep playing like this -- and don't lose any more players to injuries.
The Bears expect to have Jay Cutler back as their starting quarterback after reportedly being cleared by an independent neurologist checking for concussion symptoms lingering from the head blow he
The Bears received a double dose of good news Saturday afternoon.
Jay Cutler's status has been in doubt since he suffered a concussion less than two weeks ago, but things appear to be looking up for the Bears quarterback.
A year ago, the Bears celebrated Thanksgiving grateful to have a five-game winning streak that improved their record to 7-3, before feeling indigestion about the loss of Jay Cutler the rest of the