Jay Cutler leaves Bears game with hand injury

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler walked to the locker room late in the third quarter Monday night after throwing an interception. He was diagnosed with a hand injury and is out for the game.

Cutler’s mistake landed in the arms of the Eagles’ Nigel Bradham, who returned the ball 28 yards to the Bears’ 2. Cutler chased him toward the right sideline, though he did not make contact with him.

Immediately after the play, Cutler walked up the tunnel with an escort.

Cutler injured his hamstring in Game 2 of last season while trying to chase the Cardinals’ Tony Jefferson, who had intercepted his pass.

Bears QB Jay Cutler. (Getty)

Bears QB Jay Cutler. (Getty)

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