Twenty-four quarterbacks since 1998 have played in a new city after throwing for at least 2,500 yards the previous season. Jay Cutler could repeat the drill yet again this year if the Bears part ways with him. Cutler threw for 3,812 yards in an underwhelming 2014 season, his sixth in Chicago. He ended up in the Windy City on the heels of a 2008 season in which he passed for 4,526 yards and 25 touchdowns in Denver. He asked to be traded from the Broncos after discovering that coach Josh McDaniels had tried to acquire Matt Cassel from the Patriots. Here's a look at how the other QBs fared in their transition.