The Chicago Bears took no chances by deciding to lock up their franchise quarterback.
Before free agency officially hit for Cutler, the Bears announced they re-signed the gunslinger to a seven-year contract, which will likely mean he'll be a member of the franchise for the remainder of his career.
Cutler battled through an injury-ridden 2013 season, though seemed to thrive in first-year coach Marc Trestman's offense.
Cutler completed 63.1 percent of his passes for 2,621 yards and 19 touchdowns in 11 games played. Though he missed five games, he posted a career-best 89.2 quarterback rating.
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