Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is the proud owner of a blue bear that was featured on the team’s new logo.
The bear, a gift from Cutler’s family, was unveiled at a press conference in Chicago on Tuesday, and the Bears have been using it on their website since March.
Cutler, who has had a number of other pets, is the father of a young boy.
The Bears have made the bear available for purchase at a discount for fans, and it will cost $5.99.
The bears logo was created by the Chicago Design Council and featured the bear on a blue background, which the council says makes it more distinctive than the standard black and white logo.
Bears head coach Marc Trestman said at the unveiling that he believes the blue bear represents the Bears’ love of nature, and he said he’s excited to have the bear around.
“It’s a symbol of the Chicago Bears, and we love the city,” Trestmann said.
“We’re excited to introduce it to our fans.”
Chicago is home to Bears fans, but it’s the city that bears most of the blame for the Bears nickname.
The nickname originated with the city’s white mayor, who called the bears “bulls.”
In the 1970s, Bears fans became frustrated with the name and were pushing for the team to change the name to something more positive.
The team’s first owner, Peter Wilt, agreed and eventually changed the name of the team back to the Bears.
But the nickname stuck, and in 2011, Wilt died.
After a change of ownership, the Bears were granted a new nickname in 2016, and Trestmans team changed it to the Chicago Bulls.