Jay Cutler Injury
January 24, 2011 by staff
Cutler injured his left knee in the first half of Sunday’s game against the Green Bay NFC title and left for good after the first series of the third quarter. Todd Collins, who was replaced by Caleb Hanie in the Bears 21-14 loss, replaced him.
“Jay has been injured. I do not dispute its hardness, it is hard as hell,” said Urlacher. “It is one of the best player in our football team. He does not complain when it is touched. It goes there and plays every Sunday, he practiced every day, so no we do not doubt its strength. ”
There were more than a few comments on Twitter when it became clear that Cutler would not return.
“If I’m on Jay Cutler’s team Chicago has to wait for me and the team shower get dressed and leave before he came into the dressing room!” Arizona Cardinals Darnell Dockett defensive lineman tweeted.
“Folks I never question a player injury, but I wonder about a heart players,” wrote Deion Sanders, cornerback, former and current NFLanlyst.
Bears coach Lovie Smith grew irritable after being questioned about injuries Cutler.
“He injured his knee and he was out, all right?” Smith said. “There’s nothing else for me to tell you about it. I do not know exactly when it happened, he could not go and that’s all.”
Added Urlacher: “. Nothing like jealous people home to watch players around the league, you said, right Yeah, I like people jealous when they look at our game on TV while their season is completed? ”
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The quarterback with the rocket arm was off target and timing, even before his departure with a knee injury, and the Bears could not overcome a slow start by dropping the NFC championship game 21 – 14 to rival Green Bay at Soldier Field.
“It’s a feeling of loneliness,” said Cutler, who served over the second half. “Go through the training camp and everything else and get to this point and have the opportunity to do during the Super Bowl, it’s hard.”
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