Jay Cutler was a guest on the "Waddle and Silvy" Show on WMVP (AM-1000) on Wednesday morning. He was promoting a charity event to benefit juvenile diabetes. The event is July 22 from 7-10 p.m. Go to JayCutlersix.com for more info.
Here are his answers to the most pertinent questions:
"It's something different for all of us, the receivers, the quarterbacks, the running backs and the offensive line. The guys have responded to it and it's really encouraging to see the transformation and how guys adapt to the system, going out each and every day and working hard on it."
Cutler didn't hesitate when asked whether ex-offensive coordinator Ron Turner's offense is more complicated than Martz's, as former Bears receiver Muhsin Muhammad claims: "No."
On which receiver is showing signs of breaking out in the new system:
"[Devin Aromashodu] is having another great camp, I think. Juaquin [Iglesias] has definitely stepped up his game from last year. He's shown some great improvement. We've got four or five guys that are really battling it out and doing well in this system. The more guys we have the better off we're going to be."
On whether Matt Forte is a different player this season:
"He is. His second year last year he wasn't the same person he was his first year. Much of it was due to some injuries and stuff. That's fixed and he's really explosive. He's catching the ball well out of the backfield. This system is really going to fit well to his skills."
On whether Terrell Owens would be a good fit:
"That's up to upper management, obviously, but I've said since I got here that I think we've got a good stable of guys right now."
Cutler and Brett Favre share the same agent, Bus Cook. Cutler on whether Favre will return:
"I have no idea. I've talked to Bus a few times but it never came up. I'm sure it will come down to the wire though."