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JAY CUTLER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Five players making their name heard on Cowboys defense

Despite the poor showings in the preseason thus far on the offensive side of the ball, the Dallas Cowboys defense has seemed to take control. Under the guidance of Rod Marinelli the Cowboys defense has gone from one of the worst in the league to currently the best in the league. In 2013, Dallas’ defense ranked 26th in scoring, giving up 27 points per game. They were also last...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Questions about Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler’s leadership will never go away

One thing you have to like about Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett (and his brother) is that he says whatever comes into his head at any given moment. You don’t get lame rehearsed sports cliches (like his brother’s quarterback), you get the genuine article. Recently Bennett made some waves an in interview with Chicago Magazine, wherein he appeared to criticize Cutler’s...
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Best reactions to Jay Cutler’s towering hit from Twitter

Chicago Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler made headlines on Saturday when he ran for a touchdown during their preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts. Cutler lowered the boom on Greg Toler en route to the endzone: Jay Cutler talks about his helmet-losing run against the #Colts. #Bears http://t.co/tumyVyus2o https://t.co/vAc0MBo4PM — Chicago Sun-Times (@Suntimes) August 23...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Three bold predictions for Jay Cutler in 2015

Jay Cutler has been one of the most frustrating athletes that the city of Chicago has had in quite some time. The Chicago Bears originally acquired him because they thought he could be the type of franchise quarterback that they were in major need of acquiring. Unfortunately, he has yet to prove that and is heading into what could be a make-or-break year in 2015. Looking ahead...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jay Cutler bowls over defender for touchdown

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler seems to have an unfair break of being arguably the most hated player in the NFL. It’s sad, because the man has nothing more than a lot of talent. And he’s also a great hitter. During Saturday’s preseason game between the Bears and Indianapolis Colts, Cutler made an attempt to rush to the endzone. Colts’ Greg Toler chased him down, and...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler Shows Some Moves And Bulldozes His Way Into End Zone

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler put Bears fans in an emotional ringer Saturday when he decided to scramble and then run the ball in against the Colts. he looked good when he made one defender miss, but then for some reason he thought he was Tim Tebow and  decided he would bulldoze his way in to the end zone losing his helmet in the process.Is he concerned about putting his...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jay Cutler uses hit stick to blow up Greg Toler

Jay Cutler is doing his best to destroy the narrative that he doesn’t care. Near the end of the first quarter of Saturday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts, the Chicago Bears quarterback scrambled to his right, saw an opening and took off running towards the right pylon. In his way stood Greg Toler, and most betting men would take the defensive back over Cutler in a...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN moves Bears to Fort Wayne, Indiana

For the first time in the history of the rivalry, the most egregious error in a Bills-Browns game did not take place on the field. As you can see, the above ESPN graphic displays the many career stops of Browns starting quarterback Josh “Don’t Call Me Luke” McCown, which included a three-year stint as Jay Cutler’s backup in Chicago. Unfortunately, whatever employee and/or...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler never had a convo with an offensive teammate

    Jay Cutler comes across as abrasive and aloof to the public, but surely he is a different person when interacting with his teammates, right? Maybe not. Former Steelers safety Ryan Clark was talking about Cutler during Thursday’s edition of “NFL Live” on ESPN. The former Pro Bowl DB related a story told to him by one of his ex-Steelers teammates who had played with...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler can’t relate to ‘these kids with their phones’

For Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, the times they are a-changin’, and he’s having a hard time adjusting to the new generation entering the NFL. At the age of 32, Cutler isn’t exactly ancient, but he sure sounds it in a recent interview with ESPN’s Jeff Dickerson. “It’s tough. It is tough,” Cutler said with a smile. “I think kids have changed a lot since...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss
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