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TMZ is alleging that Blackhawks legend Chris Chelios set fire to Jay Cutler’s jersey last night at Stanley’s Kitchen and Tap Bar in Downtown Chicago. It’s no secret that Jay Cutler isn’t exactly the most praised man in Chicago at the present moment, but setting fire to his jersey seems a bit extreme, although very standard Chris Chelios behavior (especially during a lockout). Even though you can’t see his face, the “Chelios” chants in the background make it pretty evident that it is in fact him. One source also said that Chelios ignited the jersey and then said Cutler was “nothing but a *****.”
As a side note, it appears that football jersey’s aren’t very flammable.
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Plenty of NFL fans have given the eye roll to a quarterback whose default facial expression seems to be the eye roll: Jay Cutler. Cutler, now playing with the Bears in the seventh year of his NFL career, is known more for his apathetic demeanor and blah facial expressions than anything he does on the field. It was just a matter of time before someone turned Cutler's general disgruntledness...
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According to TMZ.com, former Chicago Blackhawks great Chris Chellios was seen in a local bar burning the jersey of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
“One source inside the bar tells us Chris lit the jersey then said, Cutler’s ‘nothing but a b****,’” wrote TMZ.
Seems like Cutler is one of the most hated players in his own city.
h/t Black Sports Online
It is currently being reported that Chris Chelios was helping to light a Jay Cutler jersey on fire after this weekend’s game in a downtown Chicago bar. It’s also being reported that when asked why he was doing it, he said “because he’s a *****.” At one point during the video, you can hear someone in the background screaming Chelios’ name.It seems as though Cutler...
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“if I could have babies, I would want Jay Cutler to be my baby father,” said Moore.
Wow, ok D.J. Maybe he should have kept his thoughts to himself. Ok, he’s clearly just having some fun here with the entire situation.
I think Moore came out and critisized Cutler...
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