Cutler hurt in Bears’ 48-23 loss to Cardinals

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Jay Cutler #6 of the Chicago Bears walks off the field with an injury after giving up an interception for a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals during the second quarter at Soldier Field on September 20, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)

CHICAGO — Carson Palmer threw for four touchdowns to lead the Arizona Cardinals to a 48-23 victory over the Chicago Bears, who lost Jay Cutler to a hamstring injury Sunday.

Palmer connected with Larry Fitzgerald for three TDs, David Johnson returned the opening kickoff a club-record 108 yards and added a rushing TD. And coach Bruce Arians gained a measure of revenge after the Bears hired Marc Trestman over him in January 2013.

Cutler walked to the locker room after he was stiff-armed trying to tackle Tony Jefferson on a 26-yard interception return late in the first half. That was the biggest development in a game that included several big plays and ended with a familiar result: with Palmer and the Cardinals (2-0) prevailing again and Chicago (0-2) remaining winless under new coach John Fox.

 

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