BBAO: Advice for Jay Cutler

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Chicago Bears

Devin Hester was pleased to finish at No. 32 on the NFL Network's list of the top 100 players.

Matt Forte has some advice for quarterback Jay Cutler. "What he has to do is forget what happened, and I think he already has," Forte said Thursday on the 'Carmen, Jurko & Harry' radio show on ESPN 1000. "Just seeing him out when we were running routes, he's 100 percent throwing the ball just like he's always done, taking drops and looks very good. So he has to forget about what happened, and continue to play at that high level he was at winning all those games last year. I think he's going to come out and do that."

Detroit Lions

Marty Mornhinweg has come a long way since his days as the Lions' head coach.

Senior personnel executive James "Shack" Harris is going to be inducted into the Grambling Legends Sports Hall of Fame.

Green Bay Packers

Which current Packers have a shot at some day being enshrined in Canton, Ohio? Vic Ketchman shares his thoughts.

Minnesota Vikings

Is a special legislative session the Vikings' best bet for action on a new stadium?