Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will start Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, his first game back from an ankle injury.
Bears coach Marc Trestman made the announcement today.
Cutler was able to move around well enough in practice to convince Trestman that he was ready to return.
Cutler had been out for four consecutive games with a high-ankle sprain suffered against the Detroit Lions.
McCown started the past four games, passing for 1,271 yards, nine touchdowns and one interception for a 109.8 quarterback rating.
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