Bears QB Jay Cutler played his first three NFL seasons with the Broncos. Kamil Krzaczynski USA TODAY Sports
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been in the NFL for quite a while and has seen almost everything. According to the Bears' official Twitter account, he has played against every team except for one: the Denver Broncos.
Cutler will face the Broncos, the team that drafted him, for the first time this Sunday at Soldier Field. It should be a unique experience, facing the team he quarterbacked for the first three years of his professional career. He made his only Pro Bowl appearance as a member of the Broncos (2008).
Cutler had a chance to play the Broncos in Week 14 of the 2011 season, but he was sidelined with a thumb injury so Caleb Hanie started for the Bears at quarterback in that game. Cutler played the Bears once as a member of the Broncos; Chicago won that 2007 matchup, 37-34, in overtime.
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