Chris Strauss, USA TODAY Sports
We've tended to highlight some of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's more questionable antics around these parts, so it's only right to point out when he goes out of his way to be a stand-up guy.
According to ESPN Chicago, Cutler invited the family of the Bears fan killed in Jacksonville prior to the team's road game against the Jaguars in Week 5. 42-year-old Christopher Pettry, a married father of three from Lake Villa, Ill., was stabbed at a restaurant in the Jacksonville Landing area.
Cutler gave Pettry's family tickets to Monday night's game versus Detroit and spent time with them prior to kickoff. The Bears defeated the Lions 13-7.
"We wanted to reach out and bring them to the game," Cutler told ESPNChicago. "It's a tough situation. There's nothing I or anyone can say that can really ease their pain or bring anybody back. Hopefully we were able to let them have an enjoyable time for three or four hours and kind of forget their loss and just have a good time and help them in that way because it's hard."