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Cutler hurt in close loss, but no close shaves in 'Movember'

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The "Movember" mustache of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has grown stronger since he took this breather during the Nov. 4 blowout victory over the Tennessee Titans. But a concussion knocked Cutler from Sunday night's loss and his Monday radio show.

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When you start shaving as a 10-year-old, you can grow a first-class mustache such as the one sported by master barber Paul Mirandola at Roosters Men's Grooming Center in Schaumburg.

Burt Constable | Staff Photographer

A mustache rookie and a grizzled veteran, owner Dave Laudadio, left, and master barber Paul Mirandola celebrate "Movember" with mustaches at Roosters Men's Grooming Center in Schaumburg.

Burt Constable | Staff Photographer

The mustache and Da Coach aren't quite as formidable as they were a generation ago, but former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka still sports a mustache and personality that fuel imitations.

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Before Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his fledgling "Movember" mustache, Kyle Orton and his "neck beard" set the standard for football facial hair.

GEORGE LECLAIRE | Staff Photographer

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The concussion-inducing wallop delivered by Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins knocked the Bears quarterback Jay Cutler out of the game, out of his Monday radio show and maybe out of next week's Bears game. But it left Cutler's new mustache intact. Cutler is growing it for Movember, the annual prostate cancer awareness stunt that has Roosters Men's Grooming in Schaumburg crowing about the joy of 'stache.
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    • The “Movember” mustache of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has grown stronger since he took this breather during the Nov. 4 blowout victory over the Tennessee Titans. But a concussion knocked Cutler from Sunday night’s loss and his Monday radio show.
    • When you start shaving as a 10-year-old, you can grow a first-class mustache such as the one sported by master barber Paul Mirandola at Roosters Men’s Grooming Center in Schaumburg.
    • A mustache rookie and a grizzled veteran, owner Dave Laudadio, left, and master barber Paul Mirandola celebrate “Movember” with mustaches at Roosters Men’s Grooming Center in Schaumburg.
    • The mustache and Da Coach aren’t quite as formidable as they were a generation ago, but former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka still sports a mustache and personality that fuel imitations.
    • Before Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his fledgling “Movember” mustache, Kyle Orton and his “neck beard” set the standard for football facial hair.
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