The Bears may not be done with quarterback Jay Cutler, but most Bears fans are.
The latest proof for that proposition comes from an auction that included a football autographed by Cutler. Via the Chicago Tribune, the March 26 event resulted in a grand total of zero bids for the ball.
On Thursday, an anonymous fan offered the starting bid of $100 and purchased the ball.
The ball had been submitted to the Anti-Cruelty Society, a pet-adoption charity. The anonymous bidder reportedly plans to give the football to his son for his birthday.
In an unrelated note, happy birthday to Jay Cutler’s son.