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Jay Cutler Traded To The Bears

HONOLULU, HI - FEBRUARY 08: Quarterback Jay Cutler #6 of the AFC All-Stars Denver Broncos throws a pass against the NFC All-Stars in the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium on February 8, 2009 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The NFC defeated the AFC 30-21. (Photo by Paul Spinelli/Getty Images)
Joe WillettSenior Writer IApril 2, 2009

Today, I was watching ESPN Around the Horn, eating some Cinnamon Raisin Toast and enjoying life when I see on the bottom of the screen on the ESPN Ticker, the words, "Denver Broncos QB Jay Cutler traded..." and I wonder to myself what this means for the Redskins, seeing as they were expected to come up with the Pro Bowl quarterback.

Instead, I see the Chicago Bears as the team that landed the Pro Bowl quarterback, and I then start to wonder a new though.

"Where was Jerry Angelo in all of this?"

However, I am excited for the new quarterback.  Terms of the deal have yet to be released but we will wait to see how good of a deal this really was.

Either way, the Bears have a Pro Bowl quarterback, and I have just one more thought.

"The Bears have a frickin Pro Bowl quarterback."

Yes, I know it's a weird thought, but it's something I can surely get used to.

Update: The Denver Broncos received Kyle Orton as well as the Bears 2009 and '10 first round picks and the Chicago Bears received a third round pick according to ESPN.com.

Another Update: The Bears have also landed Pro Bowl offensive lineman Orlando Pace.

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