Dec 29, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) drops back to pass against the Green Bay Packers during the first quarter at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Titans Related News: Jay Cutler Signs 7-Year Extension with Bears


 

Not surprising. Jay Cutler was an oft-mentioned target among many Tennessee Titans enthusiasts because of his ties with Vanderbilt University. The idea was that Cutler was good enough of a quarterback upgrade over Jake Locker to fuel this team into future AFC postseasons. His big arm would’ve maximized the statistical production of former first- and second-round picks Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter.

No time was wasted. The Chicago Bears immediately gave him a seven-year extension. Money and terms haven’t yet been disclosed. Additionally, they gave extensions to Tim Jennings and Matt Slauson.

The Bears are banking on two things:

  • Cutler staying healthy.
  • Cutler returning to 2010, 2011 and 2012 form when he had starting quarterback records of 10-5, 7-3, 10-5. His 2013 record was 5-6.

What does this mean for the Titans? It’s hard to tell, especially when reports are that ownership hasn’t yet interviewed Mike Munchak about his future. If Munchak stays, then expect Locker to retain his starting responsibilities . The team may bring in a new backup who’s a better fit for a behind-the-center offense, not Ryan Fitzpatrick. If Munchak gets fired, anything can happen.

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SOURCE: ESPN

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  • Adam Ellis

    I think munchak is going to keep his job. 1. Because the titans only change head coaches once every 15 yrs. and being a titans fan for as long as i have, ive come to realize they dont make hot moves. They just keep with their same boring ways and never feel change is necessary for anyone on the coaching staff. And if they do, they make sure its someone to not get excited about