Quarterback Jay Cutler understands why some fans would have wanted him to slide Sunday on a fourth-quarter scramble against the Steelers, but didn’t sound too apologetic for lowering his right, throwing, shoulder into Robert Golden to get ensure a first down.
On his weekly radio show on ESPN 1000, he said he was “Sorry that I’m not sorry” for the move. He said it made sense when scrambling on third down, as the Steelers safety “was stopped” — or at least appeared that way.
Coach Marc Trestman has said, understandably, that he’d prefer Cutler to slide.
The Cubs traded Zach McKinstry, outrighted Rowan Wick, optioned Christopher Morel, and reassigned Mike Tauchman and Roenis Elías to minor-league camp.
Highland Park shooting witness — in Nashville when another massacre unfolded — rips lack of action on guns
Ashbey Beasley, who was blocks away from the Highland Park July 4th parade shooting, went viral after addressing the media in the wake of a shooting that killed three students and three adults at a Nashville elementary school.
The FOP has, without exception, vociferously opposed every proposed police reform and effort to obtain police transparency.
Bears general manager Ryan Poles said Monday he’ll sit down with chairman George McCaskey and incoming president/CEO Kevin Warren as he tries to decide whether the Bears have interest in drafting Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter.
The Bears thought they made a competitive offer to keep running back David Montgomery. Then he signed a three-year deal with the Lions for similar money: $18 million.