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Bears' Cutler not sure if he'll play Sunday

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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler still isn't sure if he'll be cleared to play against the Vikings Sunday at Soldier Field.

He tells ESPN he's feeling "as normal as can be" and will play again this season -- but maybe not this week.

Cutler missed last night's game against San Francisco due to a concussion he suffered in a loss to Houston in Week 10.

Pioneer Press writer Bob Sansevere says after seeing the Bears lose to the 49ers, 32-7, with backup Jason Campbell at the controls -- Cutler just might be the NFL's true MVP.

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