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Chicago Bears Odds: Cutler does not know if he returns this Week

Written by Michael Gordon   
Thursday, 22 November 2012 06:52

Chicago Bears quaterback, Jay CutlerThe Chicago Bears quaterback, Jay Cutler, said Tuesday that he feels normal, but he is not sure if he will play against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday after missing one game with a concussion .

"I feel good," Cutler said on "The Jay Cutler Show" on ESPN 1000.

When asked if he had been discharged to play, Cutler said: "We are in the process. I met them [doctors] on Monday morning. So we'll see how it develops this NFL betting week."

Cutler did not play in the defeat, 32-7, against the San Francisco 49ers, but said it was not safe to assume that the reason I did not play was because he failed his exams. Rookie defensive end Shea McClellin, also was sidelined after suffering a concussion against the Houston Texans on November 11.

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"Before you get tested, I met with Lovie and our coaches, and both Shea and I, we passed the test or not, all bowed to that we played," said Cutler.

Cutler said he will return this season, but not sure when.

He suffered the shock of a blow illegal linebacker Tim Dobbins, who was fined $ 30,000. Cutler remained in the game for seven more plays before being discarded at halftime.

The quarterback said he does not believe that the coup was "malicious".

"I do not think there was malicious intent," he said. "It is a reaction game. Players are not out there planning to get another player of a game. Not enough time for the brain to work well.'re Reacting out. He was playing football."

This was not the first concussion suffered by Cutler, however maintains that it will not change his style.

"In the future, I'll play the way I play," he said. "I will enjoy football. And I hope not to suffer another concussion."

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