Bears quarterback Jay Cutler left Sunday's game against the Redskins with a groin injury. According to coach Marc Trestman, an MRI determined that the injury was a groin tear which will require a minimum of four weeks to recover. While Trestman said he was encouraged by the prognosis, he did mention that Cutler will be monitored week-to-week after the minimum recovery time has passed.
With Cutler out of commission, backup Josh McCown will be thrust into the starting role.
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