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Cutler has say in new offense
(5/14/13) Bears quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh told the Chicago Tribune that Jay Cutler has had a say in what the team's new offense will look like. Impressed with Cutler's football knowledge, Cavanaugh says Cutler's arm is one of the best he's ever been around. "I think he's embracing how we want to approach things," Cavanaugh said. "There has been a lot of give and take. We didn't come in here with a mandate that this is exactly how we're doing it and there is no leeway. We wanted his feedback. He's been willing to do that. It's a good working relationship now. ... We're trying to impress on him, Marc [Trestman] too, that our job is to protect you and allow you to finish the throwing motion. If that's our sole focus for you, you have to hold up your end and hitch into throws and follow through and throw a bunch of completions."
Cutler not worried about contract
(4/17/13) Jay Cutler is entering a contract year but says he's not sweating it. After his first practice under new coach Marc Trestman, Cutler has a positive outlook on the upcoming season and figures he'll earn his next contract. "I'm not worried about those things," Cutler said. "Every year you put pressure on yourself. Every team in the NFL right now is preparing to win the Super Bowl. We're doing the same thing. We just have to run this offense and defensively they continue to play at a high level and hopefully we'll win some games."
Trestman: We'll build around Cutler
(2/21/13) Bears head coach Marc Trestman has had the chance to talk with quarterback Jay Cutler and believes giving him "resources" to work with will help him and the team win games. "I'm excited to coach Jay. I've had a couple of opportunities to talk to him, on multiple levels and work on all facets of his game. I really am," Trestman said from the NFL combine Thursday. "He's an extremely bright guy, he loves football and he's got a great skill set, so we have to work hard to provide him the resources to maximize his abilities."
Trestman wants to protect Cutler
(1/17/13) Marc Trestman introduced himself to Bears fans on Thursday, and one of the most important questions of the day involved the use of quarterback Jay Cutler. Trestman had an interesting answer when asked directly if Cutler was a franchise quarterback. “Jay Cutler is a guy who loves football, he's a guy who's willing to learn, he wants to do everything he can to help this franchise and please our amazing fans,” Trestman said. “That's where we're going to start. We're going to go to work one day at a time in proactive terms with a sense of urgency to get him where we want him to be and where he wants to be.” Trestman made sure to let people know that he understands the importance of protecting the quarterback who's been victimized by 149 sacks during the past three years. “I'm going to be responsible for keeping Jay and our quarterbacks safe in the pocket,” Trestman said. “ ... On the offensive side, it starts and ends with the quarterback. We've got to protect our quarterback and keep him safe."
Cutler excited for Trestman
(1/17/13) The Chicago Tribune reports that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is excited for now head coach Marc Trestman. Cutler said Wednesday he expects a quarterback-friendly offense and indicated he can’t wait to get going in what will be his fourth offense in five seasons with the franchise. Cutler told the website he likes the roots Trestman’s system has in the West Coast offense, something he is familiar with from his days under Mike Shanahan with the Broncos. “It's a great hire," Cutler said. "I couldn't be more excited. I've talked to guys around the league and did my own research on him. He's an offensive mind, a great person and a guy that's going to come in and hopefully lead us to many victories in the future. "He's been successful wherever he's been. He's from the West Coast coaching tree, which I'm familiar with. It's what I came into the league with with Shanahan, so I'm looking forward to it. He understands quarterbacks. He understands their thought process and the minds of quarterbacks and what we have to go through. It's going to be a quarterback-friendly system and I can't wait to get started with him."
 
 
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