Bears keep on losing quarterbacks along with games, now 1-6 (The Associated Press)

After quarterback Brian Hoyer suffered a broken left arm against the Green Bay Packers in a 26-10 loss Thursday night, Jay Cutler’s return as starter appears inevitable. ”When he’s cleared medically, we’ll have him out there,” Bears coach John Fox said. The Bears (1-6) could use some good news in what’s been a miserable season so far.

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