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Florio: Bears Could Be Looking For A New Coach, Quarterback In 2013

Lovie Smith and Jay Cutler. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Lovie Smith and Jay Cutler. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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(WSCR) It’s been nearly a week since the Jay Cutler drama began after the Packers game, but the fallout is still coming.

Wednesday, during The McNeil and Spiegel Show, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio said that if things don’t change with the Bears, the team could look drastically different in 2013.

“That’s just the way the guy is,” Florio said. “The Bears had to have known that or at least should’ve known that when they traded for him. With a new GM there and a coach who is on the hot seat, if this all falls apart, and we get so caught up in the outcome of the most-recent game, but if this all falls apart, you could see a new head coach, new quarterback in 2013.

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“People at Halas Hall are concerned that there is going to be a mutiny. If he does something again at some point, J’Marcus Webb isn’t going to just laugh it off. (They’re afraid) something ugly is going to happen, whether it’s at practice, whether it’s in a game, whether it’s in a meeting room –  the fuse is getting shorter and shorter. There’s concern that something is going to happen.”