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NFL Odds: Bears would sign Josh McCown

Written by Michael Gordon   
Wednesday, 14 November 2012 09:10

2012 Football OddsWith Jay Cutler state in question, is expected that the Chicago Bears will sign the veteran quarterback Josh McCown, according to a league source.

Cutler sustained a concussion that kept him out of the second half in defeating the Bears, 13-6, against the Houston Texans on Sunday night. The Bears will need a replacement experienced No.2 behind Jason Campbell, if Cutler can not play against the San Francisco 49ers on November 19.

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The NFL said Monday it revised the Chicago proceed against the shock by Cutler and determined that the team followed protocol correctly, according to a league spokesman. The spokesman added that the NFL reviewed the medical team from each team all serious injury.

The NFL turned a memo last December to 32 teams, informing them that the protocol had changed and there were new standards aimed at shocks, which itself followed the Bears. The league requires that your computer have certified trainers in the press area to monitor head injuries. Coaches can notify the medical team on the sideline of any potential head injury.

Teams are required to provide accurate and timely information during games. The Bears announced Cutler's injury just started the third quarter.

The protocol is evaluated Cutler suggests that this week with a brain function test called ImPACT (Immediate evaluation and post concussion cognitive examination). The league has required that players undergo brain function tests since 2007.

The Bears chose McCown cut the end of the season and remained with only two pitchers in their squad of 53 men, although McCown threw 20 of 29 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns in the final game of preparation Bears against the Cleveland Browns.

Bears are likely to want to avoid having to guarantee McCown, a veteran of 10 betting seasons, his full salary as if established veteran reached the Week 1 within the active roster. McCown appeared in three games with two starts for the Bears at the end of last season, completing 63.6 percent of his passes. The Bears finished 1-1 in games started McCown.

The Bears have quarterback Matt Blanchard on the practice squad, but it is unclear whether the club would agree to ask the rookie who is replacing Campbell, in case Cutler is forced to not play for a while.

 
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