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LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- If the Bears make changes this off-season, it will not be at quarterback. Chicago signed Jay Cutler to a seven-year contract Thursday, ending speculation they might make a change after five seasons of good and bad from their talented signal-caller. Cutler clearly thrived under first-year coach Marc Trestman and now has some of the best complements on offence hes had since arriving in Chicago in 2009. "Its not always been easy," Cutler said. "Theres been some ups and downs. Theres been some bad years theres been some good years. I think it makes me appreciate the moment Im in even more, with the offensive weapons we have, with the type of leadership we have from the front office, with the type of coaching staff we have with the play calling and our (offensive) install. It makes me happy Im here." The Bears also signed cornerback Tim Jennings, who has led the team in interceptions in each of the past two seasons, and guard Matt Slauson to four-year deals. Like Cutler, both players were scheduled to become free agents. General manager Phil Emery said the team and Cutlers agent, Bus Cook, completed contract discussions three days after the season ended Sunday with a 33-28 loss to the Green Bay Packers in a game that decided the NFC North title. Terms were not disclosed, but the deal for the 30-year-old Cutler is reportedly worth nearly $18 million per year over the first three years and includes at least $50 million guaranteed. "I think whenever you have two groups who want to work in the same direction and want the same thing to happen it can happen relatively pretty easily," Emery said. Cutler produced his career-best passer rating of 89.2 in 2013, although he played in just 11 games due to ankle and groin injuries. He completed 224 of 355 passes for 2,621 yards and 19 touchdowns with 12 interceptions. Emery said he was sold on Cutlers return after seeing him in Trestmans offence early in the season. "After the first three games I definitely knew it was going in the right direction in terms of him putting the team in position to win games at the end of the game," Emery said. "That says a lot about the player. I think that Jays third-down passing and fourth-quarter quarterback rating are very high and have been high for a while. He was in the top 10 in both areas this year. I think it speaks of a guy that can be a guy, a player, that is a reason you win." Still, Emery said he wanted to see how Cutler responded to some adversity. He saw it when Cutler came back from a groin strain to face the Detroit Lions in a 21-19 loss and from an ankle sprain to beat the Cleveland Browns 38-31. "How he handled the situation coming back from his second injury and the tremendous pressure that was on him because of the decision we had made to reinstate him as the starter, how he handled that as a person, pregame, game, within the game, after throwing a couple of picks, coming back and being a reason that you win the game," Emery said. "How he handled the Packers and Lions ... thats when I finalized the decision." Cutler feuded with former offensive co-ordinators like Ron Turner, Mike Martz and Mike Tice, but he has steadily climbed the franchise statistical charts and guided the Bears to the NFC championship game in 2010. Under Trestman, he seemed to gain a new lease on life. "The mindset is right and the talent in the locker room is right, so Im happy to be joining the rest of the guys, the rest of the coaches, the rest of the organization in pursuit of a championship," Cutler said. Cutler wouldnt call money the key reason for staying out of free agency, citing familiarity with Trestmans offence as a big factor. He has only been in the same offence for consecutive years a few times in his NFL career, which started in 2006. Trestman found Cutler ran his offence efficiently, even if he had a reputation as a big-play, big-mistake type of player. "Hes been through a lot," Trestman said. "I mean, part of whats brought him to this point is the scars of the last five years and the adversity that hes gone through in getting to know himself better over the last five years. I saw selflessness. I certainly saw mental toughness. When you evaluate a quarterback, you say, does he have an inventory of passes? Can he make all the throws? Does he have mobility? Is he a quick decision maker? Jay has all that." The Bears tabled a few major defensive questions, including the fate of defensive co-ordinator Mel Tucker and whether they should stick with a 4-3 scheme. Trestman and Emery did acknowledge the numerous injuries Tucker dealt with his first season. The Bears lost Pro Bowlers Henry Melton, Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman, as well as middle linebacker D.J. Williams, for big chunks of the season. "I will just tell you were going to be a younger defence," Emery said. "The draft will be focused in that area." Nor would Trestman or Emery rule out the switch to a 3-4 defensive scheme. "Everything is on the table in terms of a discussion," Trestman said. "Phil said it: Were going to get younger. Part of our decisions and how we move forward schematically will be based on the players that are in our locker room." Joc Pederson Jersey . -- Among the 31 players at the Montreal Canadiens rookie camp, none feels closer to cracking the NHL roster than right winger Aaron Palushaj. 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The Eskimos improved to 8-3 and moved into a tie for second place in the CFLs West Division with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. All three of Edmontons losses this season have come against Calgary. Montreal had a two-game winning streak snapped to fall to 3-8, however the Alouettes still have a share of the lead in the struggling CFL East, tied for first with Toronto. Montreal has failed to capture a road win this season in five attempts. The game had a very slow start, with Edmonton taking a 2-0 lead midway through the opening quarter on a safety. The Eskimos added a 39-yard Hugh ONeill field goal to lead 5-0 at the end of the first. Things didnt get much more exciting from there for quite some time. Montreal responded with a 39-yard field goal of its own from Sean Whyte early in the second quarter. Edmonton took a 6-3 lead with five minutes left after a missed ONeill field goal attempt. The games first big play came with four minutes remaining as Kendial Lawrence returned a punt 51 yards in Montreal territory, however it wasnt long before Tyler Thomas fumbled the ball away on a rushing play, with Winston Venable scooping it up for the Alouettes. A 46-yard field by Whyte with 15 seconds remaining in the second quarter made it 6-6 at halftime. Montreal only had four first downs in the first half. Edmonton surged back into the lead three minutes into the third quarter on a 16-yard ONeill field goal, squandering a 54-yard passing play from Reilly to Fred Stamps that gave them first-and-goal from the Montreal 11 to make it just 9-6. Whyte kicked a 42-yard three-pointer to tie it 9-9 with five minutes in the third quarter left. The third quarter ended with yet another fieeld goal as Edmonton went back up by three on a 31-yarder by ONeill.dddddddddddd The pace picked up in the fourth quarter. Montreal finally became the first team to find the end zone 30 seconds into the fourth as quarterback Jonathan Crompton passed to a wide-open Duron Carter for a long 64-yard touchdown strike. However, Edmonton came roaring back to regain the lead two minutes later as a 48-yard passing play to Adarius Bowman eventually set up a one-yard TD plunge by Reilly to put Edmonton up 19-16. The Eskimos stayed in the higher gear and put together a competent drive that was capped of when Thomas found a hole and scampered 20-yards across the goal line with seven minutes remaining in the final frame. Edmonton continued to look like an entirely different team in the final quarter as they made it 33-16 on a seven-yard Reilly TD run with 1:37 remaining. Notes: Reilly returned to the lineup after being replaced by Matt Nichols for his teams back-to-back losses to Calgary after suffering a thumb injury early in the Eskimos victory over Toronto on Aug. 23 à With Edmonton kicker Grant Shaw lost for the season with an upper body injury, Hugh ONeill took his place for the second straight game. Veteran kicker Luca Congi was signed earlier in the week by the Eskimos, but did not suit up against Montrealà Alouettes quarterback Jonathan Crompton started the season with the Eskimos, but found himself as the fourth-stringer and was released on July 9. Crompton earned wins in his first two starts with Montreal, helping his team defeat Ottawa and Hamilton before returning to face his former club on Fridayà The Alouettes are still in search of their first road win, the deepest they have gone into a season without getting one since 1983. No Montreal team has had fewer than three road wins in a season since the franchise rejoined the league in 1996. 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