with all the offseason talk of who will be catching passes from Bears QB Jay Cutler beginning week one in Green Bay, we have yet to hear any word from Cutler himself... until now. From a David Haugh article out of the Chicago Tribune, Jay Cutler spoke to reporters after OTA's today. He answered questions about his current wideouts on the roster and two receivers rumored to be on the radar in Halas Hall.
On current Bears WRs
"We have everything we need out there," Cutler said. "We're going to be more than fine out there. I'm 100 percent comfortable. I think we have more than enough to compete."
On Brandon Marshall
"He's a great player [and] I played with him for three years and put up some big numbers with him. Wherever he ends up, I'm sure he's going to be successful," Cutler said. "Whether or not it's here, it's up to the guys upstairs. As of right now, I'm 100 percent happy with what we have."
On the possibility of Burress joining the Bears
"If it happens, it happens," Cutler said of Burress. "I'm not going to speculate whether we're going to get him or not. The guys that we have right now I'm 100 percent confident in and comfortable with."
he also reiterated that he feels Devin Hester is a true number one receiver. this is my take on it. I don't think that Cutler is just giving the media the same old Lovieisms just to pacify the masses. I really do think that he likes what he has right now. And, his comments toward Marshall weren't really glowing with hope and enthusiasm.
What do you guy's and gals think?
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