Jay Cutler injury: Bears QB limps off field and into locker room

Cutler appeared to injure his hip after being sacked by the Redskins. He's been ruled out for the rest of the game.

UPDATE: Jay Cutler has suffered a groin injury and has been ruled out for the rest of the game. After limping into the tunnel, he had to be carried to a cart and shuttled to the training room.

Chicago Bears starting quarterback Jay Cutler limped off the field after suffering an injury against the Washington Redskins. His status for the remainder of the game is unknown as the team makes a preliminary diagnosis.

Cutler appeared to injure his hip after being sacked in the second quarter of Sunday's game. He left the field under his own power, but headed very gingerly into the locker room and seemed to be in a lot of pain.

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Cutler is now the most sacked quarterback in Bears history. He was 3-of-8 for 38 yards and an interception before exiting the game. Considering this recent tweet from Jen Lada of CSN Chicago, things probably don't look good for the quarterback right now:

Josh McCown, who has not been on an NFL field since 2011, has taken over under center. An 11-year pro, McCown is the only other active quarterback on the Bears' sideline.

The Redskins defense has had a history of banging up opposing offensive players this season. They have knocked out Eddie Lacy, Darren McFadden, DeMarco Murray and now Cutler during 2013.

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