Multiple sources are reporting that Jay Cutler is expected to to be the Chicago Bears quarterback in 2015. Per ESPN:

One source was adamant that there was "absolutely zero truth" to recent reports that Cutler was being actively shopped for a potential trade.

At most, Chicago has been positioned as a passive listener if other teams have interest in any of its players, including Cutler -- which is the case for the majority of teams, a source noted.

It is a development that has needed clarification because new Bears coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace have been publicly noncommittal about Cutler's status with the team in limited media access since they joined the organization in February.
Cutler is scheduled to make $15.5 million in 2015.

Jimmy Clausen was recently signed to return as the team's backup quarterback.
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Why would they even listen to offers? There's no offer good enough to lose the GOAT.
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