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Angelo Speaks: Interpreting Jerry
Question No. 1: Jay Cutler hasn't missed a single day of the offseason program since he was acquired by the Bears on April 2. How pleased are you with the attitude and leadership skills he has displayed? Angelo Says: I've been very pleased with his day-to-day attitude, and obviously it's reflected with his work ethic and how he's approached things. He's rolled up his sleeves and he's gone to work. He's certainly not resting on any laurels. He's come in here to prove himself and establish himself. I think we're all impressed with that – I'm talking about coaches and players – because that's the right way to do it. He's got to earn his stripes here, and by showing up and doing the things that he's doing every day, he's doing it the right way. JC's Take: Cutler appears to be working his way into his new surroundings the right way, accepting a leadership role on offense – because he plays a position, quarterback, where leadership is a prerequisite – but not going overboard and declaring...
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