LANDOVER, MD. — Jay Cutler left Sunday’s game with what the team is calling a groin injury suffered when he was sacked by the Redskins’ Chris Baker in the second quarter. He is out for the game.
Baker tumbled to the ground, and Cutler rolled over him. After two minutes on the ground, Cutler stood up and walked off gingerly with his left hand on his left hip.
Cutler remained in the locker room through halftime.
Josh McCown took Cutler’s place. The Bears do not have a third quarterback.
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