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  • #46
    Originally posted by H2O4me View Post

    Old dog, new tricks... fool's errand.
    Wishful thinking. But it could happen, OB did somewhat go after Brock for the dumb remark about "being held hostage by the HC"...that story alone might keep him in line.

    But, he wants too much I'm sure and the "no FA QB" remark added to that
    JJ Watt & Co ready to destroy

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    • #47
      Welp, looking like Cutler is now on the table...!

      In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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      • #48
        So I gotta wonder if there's any chance that the Texans take a look at Cutler and make a serious run at him after the draft on Thursday???? Petterman is a guy I've heard rumblings of....And is he any better at this point than the former Pitt QB we have right now. If we take Petterman, let's go get Cutler and let him compete against TS and let Petterman be the #3 and LEARN for a couple years...We HAVE to grow a future and win now....And we have a chance with this exact scenario!!!!!

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        • #49
          He is not ready for retirement. But could picture him playing his days as a backup.
          [COLOR="Purple"]July is Here!

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          • #50
            Houston Texans Rebuffed Jay Cutler's Interest: Report

            Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is still interested in playing football, but one of the teams that he expressed an interest in joining apparently had absolutely no interest in pursuing him.

            According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Houston Texans, whom Cutler called during the first days of his free agency, didn’t even bother returning his calls as they opted to go in a different direction.

            Here’s what the Chicago Tribune had to say:

            “But coach Bill O’Brien apparently wanted to roll with Tom Savage, and then the Texans took Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson in the first round Thursday. The dream is over or never even got off the ground, depending on whom you believe.”

            Cutler, who was cut by the Bears as free agency began, has yet to sign with a team, and has been reportedly linked to several, including the Texans, the Arizona Cardinals, and the Dallas Cowboys. Most teams have already set their quarterback lineups for the season, including the Bears, so it’s unclear at this point whether or not Cutler will be able to find a home before NFL training camps begin in late July.Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is still interested in playing football, but one of the teams that he expressed an interest in joining apparently had absolutely no interest in pursuing him.

            According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Houston Texans, whom Cutler called during the first days of his free agency, didn’t even bother returning his calls as they opted to go in a different direction.

            Here’s what the Chicago Tribune had to say:

            “But coach Bill O’Brien apparently wanted to roll with Tom Savage, and then the Texans took Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson in the first round Thursday. The dream is over or never even got off the ground, depending on whom you believe.”

            Cutler, who was cut by the Bears as free agency began, has yet to sign with a team, and has been reportedly linked to several, including the Texans, the Arizona Cardinals, and the Dallas Cowboys. Most teams have already set their quarterback lineups for the season, including the Bears, so it’s unclear at this point whether or not Cutler will be able to find a home before NFL training camps begin in late July.

            Very likely prevented a homicide.
            In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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            • #51
              Surprised he hasnt caught on somewhere with some team...no doubting his talent, experience, and arm strength...its his desire, his attitude, and whats between the ears that makes me shy away from any thought of Cutler in a Texans uniform

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              • #52
                Cutler would be 3rd string and we'd have to cut Weedon. Doesn't make sense to get him now that we got Watson.
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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Yosarian View Post
                  Cutler would be 3rd string and we'd have to cut Weedon. Doesn't make sense to get him now that we got Watson.
                  And O'Brien would've him.
                  In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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                  • #54
                    Jay Cutler exploring potential career in TV broadcasting

                    Jay Cutler is thinking about pulling a Tony Romo.

                    The former Chicago Bears quarterback, who has received little interest from teams (at least as an unquestioned starter), is exploring a post-football career in broadcasting, according to multiple television sources and people with knowledge of Cutler's thinking.

                    Cutler and his representatives have spoken with network executives about football-related TV roles and sources said Cutler has auditioned with at least one network in recent weeks. It's unclear how far along Cutler is in the process and whether he's negotiating a contract, but his audition indicates he's serious about broadcasting.

                    Bus Cook, Cutler's football agent, said Thursday the quarterback hasn't retired and "as far as I know, he wants to play football and would play if the right offer came along." Cook only handles Cutler's NFL contracts, so he declined to offer any comment on his client's broadcasting aspirations.

                    "You'd have to talk to Jay about that," Cook said. "Any football player would be smart to explore his options in case he doesn't play anymore. But Jay is as talented as any quarterback out there right now."

                    Few would argue that last point. But as always with the 34-year-old Cutler, it's about more than talent. And if a team didn't make a strong play for him in March or April, it seems unlikely one would do so moving forward.

                    The New York Jets, Houston Texans, Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers were among the teams with unsettled quarterback situations headed into this offseason. The Jets contacted Cutler and at one point a visit seemed likely, but the team signed Josh McCown instead, as they were looking for a starter who could also mentor younger quarterbacks Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty. Meanwhile, the 49ers signed veterans Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley, while the Texans traded up to draft Patrick Mahomes. The Browns, who took DeShone Kizer in the second round, could add a veteran at some point, though they haven't shown much interest in Cutler.

                    Cutler spent eight seasons in the Windy City after being drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos in 2006. He played just five games in 2016 due to injury and was released by the team on the first day of free agency. He is the Bears' all-time passing leader.

                    Cutler's transition into TV would be an intriguing storyline because he hasn't been the most engaging player with the media. He's also looked downright miserable, at times, on the field and during postgame news conferences.

                    But Cutler has had his charismatic moments, such as his news conference following his benching in 2014. Cutler had walked out of his postgame presser that week when the media didn't show, so at his post-benching session with reporters, he quipped, "I'm glad you guys could make it. I missed you after the game." Cutler then proceeded to be as open and honest with the media as he's ever been.

                    In late March, Cutler's wife Kristin Cavallari posted a picture on Instagram of a naked Cutler staring at the ocean with the caption "Good times, no tan lines. Let the sea set you free." Many inferred from the photo Cutler was pondering his retirement as he overlooked the water. Whatever he was thinking, flashing his derričre for the world led to plenty of laughs from people who had -- literally and figuratively -- never seen that side of Cutler before.

                    Should he ultimately decide to retire from playing and take up a broadcasting career, Cutler will have to display that kind of charisma as well as the ability to analyze and explain the finer details of the game for viewers. Perhaps that will be another element of surprise for the audience, as Cutler has often been criticized as a risk-taking gunslinger who lacks on-field awareness and a grasp of offensive systems. However, some who have coached him have been adamant he has a sharp football mind.
                    In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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                    • #55
                      Jay Cutler leaves NFL, heads to broadcast booth with Fox Sports

                      A.J. Perez , USA TODAY Sports
                      Jay Cutler became to the second veteran NFL quarterback to leave the field and head to the broadcast booth this offseason.

                      Cutler will join Fox Sports as a game analyst, working alongside Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis, Fox spokesperson Eddie Motl confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Friday. The move comes a month after Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo retired to embark on his broadcasting career with CBS.

                      “I don’t know if retirement is the right word; I don’t feel that anyone ever really retires from the NFL," Cutler said in a statement released by Fox Sports. "You are either forced to leave, or you lose the desire to do what’s required to keep going. I’m in between those situations at this point in my life.”

                      Cutler, 34, was released by the Chicago Bears in March and found little interest on the free agent market for his services. Drafted out of Vanderbilt in the first round by the Denver Broncos, Cutler played 11 seasons in the NFL, the final eight with the Bears.

                      Unlike Romo, Cutler hasn't officially come out and proclaim his playing days are done and Fox Sports' news release didn't mention the word "retire" once.

                      Fox Sports has allowed language in contracts for its talent to return to the field in the past. Brady Quinn spent a couple weeks with the Miami Dolphins ahead of the 2014 seasons, just days after signing a deal as college and pro football analyst. He returned to Fox Sports after the Dolphins released him.

                      “We’re thrilled to welcome Jay to the FOX Sports family,” John Entz, President of Production & Executive Producer of FOX Sports said in a statement. “We’re very excited about the potential he brings to the booth and are looking forward to hearing his analysis during what is sure to be another great season of the NFL on FOX.”

                      “This is an exciting new chapter for me in football,” said Cutler. “I love the game so much and look forward to having a lot of fun on the road this year for FOX Sports.”
                      In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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                      • #56
                        Wow, who wrote that article and where did it come from??? Talk about retarded reporting....Really...we traded up to draft Patrick Mahomes??? C'mon guy....are you really THAT LAZY AND DUMB that you cant get the facts straight or at least proof read what you write??? Unbelieveable how bad and lazy the media is these days

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Sprtsfanatic View Post
                          Wow, who wrote that article and where did it come from??? Talk about retarded reporting....Really...we traded up to draft Patrick Mahomes??? C'mon guy....are you really THAT LAZY AND DUMB that you cant get the facts straight or at least proof read what you write??? Unbelieveable how bad and lazy the media is these days
                          I was wondering if I was the only one who saw that. lol
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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Sprtsfanatic View Post
                            Wow, who wrote that article and where did it come from??? Talk about retarded reporting....Really...we traded up to draft Patrick Mahomes???
                            From NFL.com of all places.

                            They fixed it.
                            In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Sprtsfanatic View Post
                              Wow, who wrote that article and where did it come from??? Talk about retarded reporting....Really...we traded up to draft Patrick Mahomes??? C'mon guy....are you really THAT LAZY AND DUMB that you cant get the facts straight or at least proof read what you write??? Unbelieveable how bad and lazy the media is these days
                              Yes! Yes they are.
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                              • #60
                                At least he is no longer going to be the QB. And really it is shocking he is now going into broadcasting. As heard he did not like the media. And now is gearing up to be one of those?
                                [COLOR="Purple"]July is Here!

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