Earlier this month, Jay Cutler was under a little bit of scrutiny after his wife, Kristin Cavallari, made some comments that didn't sit well with the city of Chicago.
In an interview with Elle magazine, Cavallari said the family hopes to move to Nashville full-time once Cutler's tenure with the Bears is over because "Chicago's just not home."
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The Bears starting quarterback, who appeared at Jim Harbaugh's quarterbacks camp at the University of Michigan over the weekend, chatted with ESPN's Michael Rothstein to clarify those comments, saying they were taken out of context.
“We have family in Chicago,” Cutler said. “We have a house in Chicago. Our roots are in Chicago. We love being there.”
Cutler signed a seven-year extension with the Bears in 2014, with a guaranteed contract until 2016.
So like it or not, Cutler, who grew up a Bears fan, and Cavallari, a Barrington native, will likely call Chicago home for at least another year.