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Lovie doesn't want Jay to change

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Coach Lovie Smith said the concussion Jay Cutler suffered against the Giants will not change the way the quarterback plays.

"Of course we let him play the way he normally plays," Smith said. "As far as being careful, no, you can't play football being careful. You always trying to play smart ball. If there's a time for a quarterback to run out of bounds or slide, they'll do that. But you can't think about anything else.

"We're going to protect Jay better and hopefully running game will help out some also, and let him just play his brand of ball."

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