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Report: Jay Cutler garnering 'zero' interest around NFL

Since free agency kicked off, not much but crickets has been heard regarding quarterback Jay Cutler. The 33 year-old quarterback was released by the Chicago Bears on March 9.Now, things are looking about as bleak as ever as far as Cutler finding another team to play for. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, there is literally “zero” interest from other teams in Cutler...
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STL: Where will former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler sign?

The SportsTalk Live panel discusses where former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will sign as a free agent.
Via CSN Chicago
21 hours ago

Jay Cutler won’t solve Jets’ quarterback problem

Jay Cutler could be going from the Windy City to the Big Apple. Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg are the only quarterbacks the Jets have remaining under contract. Cutler would be a little bit of an upgrade, but not much. Cutler, who turns 34 in April, is 17-31 as a starter over the last two seasons and 68-71 as a starter in his career. The only category he’s ever led the NFL...
Via The Sports Daily
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Jay Cutler likely to visit Jets

Jay Cutler is reportedly likely to visit the New York Jets, and the two sides have at least touched base with each other.According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Jets and Cutler are looking into the possibility of joining up together. It’s unclear how strong the interest is on both sides and how realistic the possibility is that Cutler will end up in New York in 2017. We...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler, Jets reportedly have mutual interest

Jay Cutler was linked to the Jets even before he was released by the Bears, so it makes sense that all signs put to him ending up in New York.Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said Friday morning that there is mutual interest between Cutler and the Jets.“The Jets do have some interest in Jay Cutler. And I’m told he has interest in them as well,” Rapoport said. “At this point it’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bears replace Alshon Jeffery with Markus Wheaton

The Chicago Bears have added a potential replacement for the departed Alshon Jeffery in free agency. According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Chicago has agreed to terms with former Pittsburgh Steelers starting receiver Markus Wheaton. This comes on the heels of the Bears losing Jeffery to the Philadelphia Eagles on a one-year contract earlier on Thursday (more on that here).In no...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler pens goodbye note to Chicago

Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears had a rocky relationship for eight years. It ended on Thursday when the Bears released their long-time quarterback. Following the release, Cutler bid farewell to the organization and its fans with a note.“I would like to first thank the city of Chicago and its passionate fans for a memorable eight years,” Cutler said in his note, per Adam L. Jahns...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler likely to sign with Jets?

The Chicago Bears are set to release Jay Cutler, and there may only be one logical landing spot for the 33-year-old quarterback.Get ready, New York Jets fans.As several NFL reporters noted on Thursday, Cutler could be destined to end up in white and green. Michael Silver of also expects the Jets to consider signing Cutler, but he wonders if they have their eye on the Kirk...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears to release Jay Cutler per his request

The Chicago Bears seemingly have no room for Jay Cutler on their roster, and it sounds like they have finally decided to let the veteran quarterback explore other options.ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Cutler asked the team to release him on Thursday morning, and his request will be granted. Schefter also notes that there is only one team with known interest in Cutler at this...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL exec believes Jay Cutler will start this season

When the Chicago Bears reportedly placed Jay Cutler on the trading block late last month, there weren’t many out there who concluded Chicago would be able to get anything for the embattled veteran.That’s until we realize just how desperate teams are to have a proven quarterback under center. As many as a quarter of NFL teams will be looking for a new starter when free agency...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

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