New Bears QB Jay Cutler may already have a go-to guy in Chicago who isn't speedy wideout Devin Hester or workhouse running back Matt Forte: 6-foot-5 tight end Greg Olsen.
"You don't find it very often with a guy with that kind of motor and as big as he is, just the way he adjusts to balls," Cutler said Wednesday. "A lot of guys that big are kind of stiff and they can't really do some of the things he can. He's a huge target and we have to use him the right way."
With training camp in its early stages, it has already become routine for Cutler to find Olsen in the passing game, so much so that the third-year tight end out of Miami has been elevated to the first string ahead of 11-year veteran Desmond Clark. The move up the depth chart was no shock to Olsen or Clark.