Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is concerned about his team’s offensive line, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
“You know, the offensive line is definitely going to be a concern and seeing where those guys are going to fit in and seeing what five we go with,” Cutler told the paper. “If Gabe [Carimi] comes back, if J’Marcus [Webb] pans out. Where are we going to put Chris Williams? There are some question marks there. Until we really get that resolved and get our front five settled in, we’ve got some work to do on offense.”
Cutler, 29, missed the final six games of the season last year after suffering a hand injury. Prior to his injury, the Bears had posted a 7-3 record, but the squad went just 1-5 in his absence.
In 10 games in 2011 he posted a 85.7 quarterback rating while throwing for 2319 yards and 13 touchdowns.