Chicago Bears HC Marc Trestman told reporters on Monday that QB Jay Cutler is “not expected” to play against the Vikings this weekend.
Trestman insisted that “there’s nothing other than a high ankle sprain involved here,” which is a good indication that he could be back some time soon. Trestman added that he is, “totally confident he’ll play again this season.”
Cutler has been listed as week-to-week after he suffered a high-ankle sprain back in Week 10, but it appears as though there is a chance he could be back in time to play against the Cowboys in Week 14.
Josh McCown completed 36-of-47 passes for 352 yards, two touchdowns and an interception during Sunday’s game, which is another pretty good stat line.
We’ll have more regarding Cutler’s status as the news is available.