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Rozner: Bears dump a guy (Cutler), collect another (Glennon) Daily Herald Media Group logo Morning Sports Report: Top 8 b4 8 a.m. Sports news and analysis from the Daily Herald XXXX Rozner: Bears dump a guy (Cutler), collect another (Glennon) After all that, Jay Cutler turned out to be just another guy. The Bears dumped him Thursday and signed another guy. XXXX After 8 seasons, Bears release Jay Cutler Through all the ups and downs, Jay Cutler was a .500 quarterback. Bob LeGere looks back on Cutler’s career here. advertisement XXXX Glennon’s deal with Bears worth $45 million for three years For now, Mike Glennon is the Bears’ quarterback of the future. Glennon’s deal, which according to multiple reports is for $45 million over three years ($19 million guaranteed), but the Bears had yet to make it official as of late Thursday night. XXXX Weird night as Blackhawks fall to Ducks For lack of a better word, there was an awful lot of “weirdness" going on during the Blackhawks’ 1-0 loss to Anaheim on Thursday night at the United Center. advertisement XXXX With Kris Bryant, Cubs’ Maddon puts his worries to rest It’s been quite a last few months for Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant. The sky seems the limit for Bryant in the coming years, but manager Joe Maddon doesn’t fear his young star being overwhelmed by it all. XXXX Sox third baseman Frazier still having fun playing baseball Even though he could be traded at some point this season, White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier is still having a good time playing baseball and he doesn’t worry about the business side of the game. advertisement XXXX Bears expected to pay $13.5 million for safety Demps Former Bears Pro Bowl wide receiver Alshon Jeffery signed a one-year, $14 million deal with the Eagles, and according to multiple reports the Bears have reached an agreement with nine-year NFL veteran safety Quintin Demps on a three-year contract for $13.5 million. Hoiberg says Lauvergne will stay in Chicago Bulls rotation After using power forwar Joffrey Lauvergne for 29 minutes on Wednesday in Orlando, Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg explained why he plans to keep Lauvergne in the playing rotation. Get more great newsletters from the Daily Herald Be the first to know – Latest News, Sports and Entertainment information delivered directly to your inbox. Click here to see what other newsletters are available. facebook icon twitter icon Contact us Daily Herald Media Group 155 E Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005 847-427-4300 Opt-Out of this newsletter | Opt-Out of all emails

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