Editor's Note: The above video is from a media session with Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015.
The news on the hamstring injury to Jay Cutler, stemming from his attempted tackle following an interception thrown in the second quarter of the Sunday loss to the Arizona Cardinals, came down on Monday, that the quarterback suffered a “strained hamstring.” What exactly that means for the 2015 Bears is anything but clear, however.
The Bears are expected to be without their starting quarterback for more than just next Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks — ESPN is reporting Cutler will miss "at least two weeks" — although coach John Fox would say only that the starter for Seattle “is yet to be determined.”
Whether the Bear at some point elect to shut Cutler down is always an option but the exact severity of his hamstring strain is not public information.
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