Bears to stick with Jay Cutler as starter: GM

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CHICAGO -- Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace said during a press conference Wednesday that Jay Cutler will remain the team's starting quarterback.

"We're moving forward with Jay Cutler as our starting quarterback," Pace said.

Pace and head coach John Fox followed the introduction of new linebacker Pernell McPhee, who was signed by the Bears to a five-year contract Wednesday. McPhee had previously played four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.

There had been constant speculation as to Cutler's future, particularly after the hiring of a new head coach in Fox and new general manager in Pace.

The team had until Wednesday not committed to Cutler being a starter.

The press conference also followed the team's official trading of wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets.

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