There's a small chance that the world will finally get a chance to see the "reality" of Jay Cutler's life.
The Chicago Bears aren't typically the type of organization to willfully submit to the scrutiny of a reality show such as HBO's "Hard Knock's," but a new league rule could put the Monsters of the Midway in that position.
According to Deadspin.com, a new rule approved by NFL owners allows the league to force a team to allow the show to shoot the series documentary unless the team has a new head coach, made the playoffs in one of the previous two seasons or already appeared on the show in the past 10 years.
And in case you've been paying attention, that means the Bears are one of eight teams eligible to be chosen for the series.
Other teams that could potentially make the cut include the Bills, Cardinals, Giants, Jaguars, Raiders, Rams and Steelers.
"Hard Knocks" follows teams through training camp and their preparation for the upcoming season, also delving into the personal lives of the players and coaches.
But something tells us if Kristin Cavallari has a vote, this thing just might happen.