Thursday, January 02, 2014

Chicago Bears (and Green Bay Packers) Resign Quarterback Jay Cutler to New Deal


The Chicago Bears ended speculation over the future of Jay Cutler today by signing him to a seven year contract.
Cutler, who was set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, signed a seven-year contract with the team, general manager Phil Emery announced Thursday.

Although financial terms were not released, Cutler's deal is expected to eclipse the $17.6 million average the Detroit Lions gave Matthew Stafford in July. It also includes at least $50 million in guaranteed money, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Researchers in our secret basement laboratory have discovered that the Green Bay Packers have agreed to pay nearly half of Cutler's contract. They, too, had a great desire for Jay Cutler to remain in Chicago for many years to come.

Aaron Rodgers, the Mad Photobomber.


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