Cutler Gets New Deal

The Chicago Bears and quarterback Jay Cutler agreed to a two-year extension that will keep him with the team through 2013, and a source confirmed it will pay him $30 million in new money. Under terms of the deal, Cutler will get $20 million in guarantees in this two-year extension, the source confirmed. Under terms of the rookie contract Cutler signed as a rookie with the Broncos, he was scheduled to make $20 million through 2011.