We told you Wednesday morning about the possibility of quarterback Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears running the read-option. On Wednesday afternoon, Cuter was asked how much read-option he'll be running in 2013. Camp coverage on NFL Network Watch "Inside Training Camp" this week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET onNFL Network. » Complete training camp coverage "None," he responded matter-of-factly, per CSNChicago.com. Coach Marc Trestman reiterated that sum. "No, we're not going that way with this offense," Trestman said. However, Trestman then said the Bears could run read-option if they wanted to. "The thing about Jay on a read-option, Jay knows how to get down," Trestman said about Cutler's ability to slide or get out of bounds. "Jay knows how to play the position when he's running out on the field." Of course, consciously putting Cutler in a position of peril is a questionable move. We've seen how well the Bears' offense has performed without their starter the past several seasons. Offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer played it more close to the vest, saying he would "never like to divulge" schemes. To recap: The Bears have the building blocks to run the read-option. But they won't be running read-option. But they could run read-option. But they wouldn't tell us if they planned to run read-option. We're glad it's all clear.