Jay Cutler has signed a two-year contract extension with the Chicago Bears putting the future of the historic franchise directly on the 26-year-old quarterback's shoulders for the immediate future. With a possible lock out looming on the horizon in the NFL in 2011 Cutler and agent, Bus Cook, were looking to make a deal this season. Over the next five seasons with the Bears, Cutler will make $50 million dollars with $20 million guaranteed in the agreed contract. In his debut season with the Chicago Bears, Cutler has seen both the good and bad in navy, orange, and white. Last weekend Cutler passed for 300 yards and threw two touchdowns, but was intercepted twice by Atlanta Falcon defensive back Thomas DeCoud.á On the final drive of the game Cutler made a poor pass on fourth down that fell o ...
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