NFL's Cutler Flops on Field, Scores For Diabetes Off of It


(DiabetesNewsHound) #1

Diabetes News Hound ran an article this morning about a new program Jay Cutler, quarterback of the Chicago Bears is participating in to help send children with diabetes to camp.

You can check out the article here.

Cutler was pretty awful on the field yesterday, but at least he is helping others with diabetes. Football fans, what do you think -- is it time to panic in Chicago yet?

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(Woo Its Pat) #2

Definitely not a good offensive showing...thankfully Stokley was in the right place at the right time. Do we know if he uses a pump or not?


(DiabetesNewsHound) #3

I believe he uses the pump or a pod during the week and in pregame warmups and has someone to help him monitor his sugar closely during the games.


(Woo Its Pat) #4

Yeah I wasn't sure. I can't imagine putting it on and taking it off as you can you can be needed on the field at anytime...doesn't exactly give you a lot of time to monitor and/or correct. Plus you'd have to be mindful that exercise makes you more sensitive to insulin. Couldn't imagine that one.