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Topic - Caleb Hanie
The Bears are confident Jay Cutler will return this season from a broken thumb on his right throwing hand, so there was a glimmer of hope to go with the big chill that just blew through Chicago.
Watching B.J. Raji rumble into the end zone in real time, Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy was as fired up as any Packers fan.
Jay Cutler was dropping back and firing passes, just as he plans to do on Sunday.
Veteran quarterback Todd Collins made no pretenses about his ambitions after signing a one-year contract Monday with the Chicago Bears.
"I'll just tell you this, the one thing I know about Jay Cutler is he's tough," said third-string quarterback Caleb Hanie, who led a late comeback bid. "Another thing I know about him is he's going to stand up for his teammates. He didn't want to let his teammates down. So if he could have been on the field and been productive for the team, he would have done it."
Asked about Cutler on Monday, Hanie said: "He's limping around and feels bad that we lost."