Cutler holds almost every passing record in franchise history, but mainly will be remembered for leading the Bears to just one playoff appearance in eight seasons.
The veteran quarterback, who turns 34-years old in April, played in just five games last year because of thumb and shoulder injuries. Cutler suffered a torn labrum in his right throwing shoulder and underwent surgery in December.
Chicago's most polarizing athlete, Cutler's tenure with the Bears was marked by turnovers. Cutler tossed 109 interceptions in 102 regular season games for the Bears, including a career-worst 26 picks in 2009 after the club paid a hefty price to acquire him from the Denver Broncos.
Cutler did quarterback the Bears to the NFC Championship Game in 2010 -- a contest he left because of a knee injury -- and posted a career-best 92.3 passer-rating in 2015, but those achievements were overshadowed by Cutler's struggles protecting the football.
Cutler cycled through six different offensive coordinators in Chicago. The Bears' revolving door of play callers also contributed to Cutler's failure to develop into a franchise quarterback."
I sure am gonna miss all the memes of Jay Cutler looking hammered every game so if someone could please pick him up that'd be great!