The Jay Cutler saga is finally over. According to multiple sources, the Broncos have agreed in principle to trade the disgruntled Quarterback to the Chicago Bears. ESPN's John Clayton is saying the Bears will send the Broncos a first round pick in 2009 and 2010 and QB Kyle Orton for Cutler and a third round pick.
If Cutler lives up to the season he had in 2008, he would be the Bears first Pro Bowl Quarterback since Jim McMahon in 1985. He is instantly an upgrade for the Bears offense.
With Cutler and Matt Forte, now all the Bears need is a Wide Receiver to match. The addition of Cutler could make the Bears the favorite to win the NFC North this season.
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