Back in 2012, when the Bears were contemplating trading for wide receiver Brandon Marshall, quarterback Jay Cutler was part of the discussion.
Three seasons and 269 catches after coming to the Bears in a trade involving draft picks, Brandon Marshall will be off to the New York Jets in exchange for an undisclosed late-round pick in the 20
Jay Cutler is approaching nothing short of a career crossroads, involving more than just Chicago and whether he has a future as a Bear.
The Bears currently have only David Fales under contract for 2015 behind Jay Cutler on their quarterback depth chart.
After grading out as one of the NFL's top units in 2013, the Bears' offensive line was somewhat of a disaster in 2014.