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News out of the Chicago Bears camp is quarterback Jay Cutler will return to the starting lineup on Sunday against the

Nov 17, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) prior to a game against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Browns in their last home game of the season at First Energy Stadium.

Bears coach Marc Trestman said on Wednesday he believes Cutler will be a go on Sunday.

“We’ll give him a good, thorough workout,” Trestman told reporters in Chicago. “We’ll let you know (Thursday) (on his availability). If things go as planned, that’s where we’ll go. But we did want to work him out one more time today after a few days of him being off.”

Depending on how you look at it, this might be good news for the Browns considering backup quarterback Josh McCown has gone 3-2 since Cutler has been out with a high ankle sprain, throwing 13 touchdowns and only one interception.

Should be an interesting game on Sunday to say the least, however I believe the Browns will fall behind early in this one and inch a bit closer towards that coveted top three pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

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Bears coach Marc Trestman on getting quarterback Jay Cutler back into the swing of things.  “We’ll have receivers there,” Trestman said. “We’ll work him through drops, re-direct him in the pocket, move him up and down and get as much suddenness out of him as we can. We saw that last week. But again, he’s been off for three or four days now. So we want to do it again and make sure that he feels good and we feel good.”

Browns coach Rob Chudzinski on whether Trestman is making it a guessing game as to which quarterback will start for the Bears on Sunday.  “We’re going to be prepared for both,” he said. “I’m sure they’re not going to announce that and let us know on that. They’re both are good fits for the system, and there are similarities between them as players, a few differences. You look at arm strength, that would be one thing that’s different, but as far as to how it relates to what they’re doing with either guy, it doesn’t affect them.”

Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon on whether he believes he should make the Pro Bowl roster after the season he has had.  “Hopefully with the rest of the season — if the numbers stay where they are and I can do good individually — yeah, I definitely expect to be there,” Gordon said of making the all-star squad.

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

>This is one of the best tweets I have seen all week.  I’ve read it three times and laugh every time like it’s the first time I read it!!!

>This is a very encouraging tweet to say the least.  Would be a huge plus if the Browns were able to lock up Haden and Ward long term.  They are both the tops at their respective positions.

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