As a sophomore at Vanderbilt, Bears OLT Chris Williams helped protect Jay Cutler's blind side while Cutler was putting up SEC bests of 3,073 passing yards and 273 completions.
But Williams didn't want to be drawn into the Cutler-to-the-Bears rumors regardless of how many questions were fired at him.
“Want to talk about Cutler?” Williams was asked.
“No,” he said.
“Any opinion?” the questioner continued.
“No. I've got nothing to say about it,” Williams said. “That's Jerry Angelo's business, and I wish (Cutler) the best.”
Later on, Williams was asked about Cutler's leadership qualities.
“Jay was a great quarterback in college,” Williams said. “I enjoyed playing with him, and he threw a lot of touchdowns, so it was fun in college, but I'm sure he's matured a lot since.”
The question is: Could Cutler help this team?
“It's not up to me,” Williams said. We have a quarterback. We've got three quarterbacks actually. Kyle's a great quarterback. I don't make personnel changes.”