The Jay Cutler era in Denver is kaput. Chicago delivered quarterback Kyle Orton, two first round picks (’09 & ’10) and a 2009 third round pick to the Broncos in exchange for Cutler and a fifth round pick in April’s draft. What does this do for the Bears? […]
At the end of the ’08 season, I’m not sure many pictured Jay Cutler playing in another uniform besides the blue and orange of the Broncos. Nonetheless, it appears that’s where we are headed. Amazingly, Josh McDaniels’ inability to not only keep quiet the Cutler trade rumors but […]
Jay Cutler’s dispute with the Broncos has been taken to another level. According to a report from a Denver television station, Cutler put his house up for sale. He still lives in an area condo but it seems his message is clear. He wants out of Denver, pronto.
While it sounds great on paper to keep him, the Eagles did what the Eagles normally do. Just ask Bobby Taylor, Jeremiah Trotter, Troy Vincent or Hugh Douglas. All of them helped propel Philly to a Super Bowl contender but when they couldn’t help the team get over the hump, it was time for them to move and the franchise acted accordingly.
“My understanding at this point is they’re trying to trade me,” Cutler said. “We’ll see where I end up at. I liked it here, I liked playing with these guys but obviously they’re not going to let me have that opportunity.”
Over the next few days, we’ll examine the top 10 moments of the ‘08 season leading up to the moment that defined the 2008 NFL season.
Over the next few days, we’ll examine the top 10 moments of the ’08 season leading up to the moment that defined the 2008 NFL season.