Found August 14, 2013 on Gridiron Grit:
PLAYERS: Jay Cutler
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
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Early yesterday morning a team spokesperson for the Chicago Bears confirmed reports that starting quarterback Jay Cutler suffered a severe right eyebrow sprain after glowering at an unnamed offensive lineman during a mid-week practice. A lineman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, witnessed the gruesome injury. “Oh, yeah.  I saw the whole thing,” the player said.  “After Julius (Peppers) came around on the end and blew up the play, I mean he would’ve crushed Jay if that’d been a live-game scenario, Jay tossed off his helmet and fired into one of those deep, deep scowls.  We call it the Medusa face.  ‘Cause if you look too long you might get turned into a free agent.” After Cutler’s helmet hit the ground the stare-down didn’t stop there.  Rapidly moving from Blue-Steel-Pouty Face to full on Walter-White-Grimace (*Author’s note: demonstrated below by Gridiron Grit’s Cutlermetricians). Cutler’s face thunderstormed towards pure rage, but before he could get there, his teammat
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