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Under Trestman, Pressure Shifts to Cutler

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Jay Cutler spent time with Marc Trestman when the quarterback was preparing for the 2006 NFL Combine. Now he will be working with Trestman preparing for something considerably more important.
 
Trestman was selected to become the 14th head coach of the Bears, a decision in no small part based on Trestman’s demonstrated ability to work with quarterbacks. Rich Gannon became the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 2002 while working with Trestman, then the offensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders.

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