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Cutler's city tour takes him to Blackhawks, Cubs games

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Jay Cutler might not be ready to commit to the Indian but he will sure meet the Indian, as a Bears spokesman said.

The new quarterback will drop the ceremonial first puck tonight at the Blackhawks' playoff opener with the Calgary Flames at the United Center.

Cutler's tour of the city will not stop there. He will sing the Seventh Innning Stretch Saturday at Wrigley Field during the Cubs-Cardinals game. One would suspect Cutler might also have the opportunity to throw out a ceremonial first pitch.

Cutler isn't the only Bear headed to the Friendly Confines. Kicker Robbie Gould is scheduled to put his voice to the test during the seventh inning on Friday.

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Any plans to have Cutler meet with the Treasury and Obama to resolve the economic crisis?

Not a bad idea, Bob. He couldn't do any worse than the current yahoos in government.

Jay don't do it man, not the stretch Jay, nothing good as ever come from singing the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley. That place has bad juju. The fans are going to be like Yaaaahhhhh it's Jay Cutler the new Right Winger for the Chicago Bulls who play at US Cellular field, Championship. Just dont do it man it's a souless act of devil worshiping. The greatest trick the Devil ever did was convincing Cub fans it was good to be loosers. Yeah were the "Lovable Loosers."

Since when did the site administrator start letting Sox fans post?

Just kiddin' Creighton, just kiddin'.

But I am with you on this: I don't really care what Cutler does off the field. I can't wait to see him winging it on the field.

And for Mike, it looks like the Who are right again: Meet the new boss; same as the old boss.

Creighton, I couldn't agree more.. its a shame really, a good quarterback gone bad before he even starts a game in this town.

Don't worry about his singing Chicago, he can't sound any worse than my qb Tony Romo did. That still hurts the ears and eyes!

Don't worry Chicago, he won't sound any worse than my qb Tony Romo did. That still hurts the eyes and ears in Dallas!

The Bears got the wrong guy!!! Look at Jason Campbell in Washington. He has dealt with his situation like a pro, a man and a competitor. Unlike whiner Jay C, Campbell has been quiet and doing his part as a teammate until the day comes when he is no longer on the team. I foresee pacifiers all over Soldier Field by week 5. All you did was give Lovie three more years of excuses.

Jason Campbell is a pro, a man and a competitor but nowhere do I see him being a quarterback who can avoid the rush and step up in the pocket and deliver a 60 yard strike. N'uff sed.

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