Dec 24, 2014 3:54 PM
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) - Jay Cutler is ready for just about any scenario next week after the Chicago Bears' dismal season comes to an end.
He understands changes could be coming, that coaches could be gone and so could he. Cutler says that's "part of it."
The future of everyone from general manager Phil Emery to coach March Trestman to his assistants and the quarterback with a seven-year contract is in question with the Bears (5-10) last in the NFC North and the season ending at Minnesota on Sunday.
It's quite a fall for a team that envisioned a playoff run.
Instead, the Bears are missing the postseason for the seventh time in eight years.
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