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Good riddance, Jay

Posted on: March 31, 2009 11:44 pm

What a spoiled, petulant baby.

Denver owner Pat Bowlen said he attempted to reach his quarterback, Jay Cutler, by telephone for the past 10 days and Cutler didn't return calls.

Now the Broncos are attempting to trade Cutler. Good for them.

Whatever team makes that trade had better be careful because Cutler is without question one of the more thin-skinned quarterbacks we've seen in a long time.

Poor, poor Jay-be, way-be.

Not returning calls? Are you kidding me?

You can't pick up the phone Jay and call back the team that has paid you millions of dollars? Not even one return call?

Who do you think you are, Plaxico Burress?

This is spoiled athlete territory and few people seem to agitated by it. In fact, Cutler will be rewarded for his petulant behavior by probably being traded to a contender like Chicago or New York.

My guess: Cutler ends up in New York which would be typical Jets. They'd trade for him and then Cutler would disintegrate the first time a New York tabloid sticks his gigantic head under an unflattering headline.

Don't worry Denver. It'll be addition by subtraction.


Category: NFL
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Since: Oct 12, 2008
Posted on: October 4, 2009 4:47 pm

Good riddance, Jay

yep, good riddance jay... go and be on an amazing team in Chicago.  Do you need help getting your foot out of your mouth Freeman?  You freaking RETARD!

Since: Aug 4, 2008
Posted on: April 9, 2009 5:11 pm

Good riddance, Jay

Re: itsjustme

Is management required to give players advance notice when they are speaking to other teams of a trade? Do they have to get permission from a player to initiate a trade?

The answer is no.

If Cutler was a 5-7 year  coach with credentials of playing in the playoffs for several years I am sure that as a courtesy the coach or managment would have consulted him on player personal.

But he is almost still a rookie. Who is gonna ask him for advice on anything?

What job is safe in the NFL. You have to compete each and every season to keep your position. He is not guaranteed that he will be the quarterback if someone beats him out.

Veterans are given that type respect not snotty nosed almost rookies. A veteran quarterback such as Elway was might be consulted on player personal. Elway might have been given the courtesy of being told that he would not have to compete for his position. This is a vet. Vets are given more leeway than snotty year 2-3 year players.

Jay made his bed not let this malcontent go own to Chicago and attempt to appease his new team mates. I am sure his old team mates have called thier buddies on the Bears and told then of their feelings.

When you refuse to answer or return your team mate's call then you are not a team player. At least you could explain your situation to your team mates. They might have had something good to tell friends of theirs on your new team




Since: Apr 3, 2009
Posted on: April 3, 2009 2:55 pm

Good riddance, Jay

I wish I could say that I'm surprised by this, but that's the kind of immature, selfish, spoiled brat that Cutler is.  As a Bronco fan, I was hugely disappointed when the McDaniel-Cutler situation occurred.  Cutler has an enormous amount of talent, and I thought that he'd bring the Broncos back to the good old days.  But as the situation unfolded, it became more and more apparent that Cutler lives in a fantasy world.  I mean, the guy plays in the NFL, and in the NFL, players get traded sometimes, and trade talks are just part of the business.  As head coach, McDaniel has to at least explore all possibilities, even if nothing comes of it.  This was too much for little Jay to take.  The thing is, we've had indications that he was more like Jeff George than John Elway.  Cutler had a Monday night show here in Denver, and without fail, he was a no-show for his own show following every Bronco loss.  And whenever he was questioned about rivalries with the Raiders and the Chiefs, he said that those rivalries didn't mean that much to him. Last week, Cutler formally demanded a trade, but when the Broncos decided to accomodate him, he acted like his feelings were hurt, and claimed that a trade wasn't what he wanted. While I'm not very impressed with the deal the Broncos made with the Bears, I think that all in all, it's better to be a Bronco fan today than a Bear fan.  Good luck Chicago, you're gonna need it.


Since: Aug 29, 2006
Posted on: April 2, 2009 12:30 pm

Good riddance, Jay you sound just like ELWAY!

 Sounds just like Elway NOT wanting to be drafted by the Colts.

Since: Mar 30, 2009
Posted on: April 2, 2009 11:42 am

Good riddance, Jay

OK I am so over this stupid dilema. Now cry-baby JAY is saying that "he did not want this to go this far." I just feel that this is his agents doing now. He was giving JAY bad advice. His agent was FAVRE's agent

Since: Aug 18, 2006
Posted on: April 2, 2009 11:05 am
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Since: Oct 12, 2008
Posted on: April 2, 2009 5:49 am

Good riddance, Jay

playmaker, your a retard and thank you for posting to the world to show it.

Freeman, while I agree with the statement that Jay Cutler is pretty thin skinned, and does get a bit too riled up over little things, I have to disagree that this is mainly his fault.  McDaniels is an idiot for trying to trade away his pro bowl qb for Cassel, and Cutler is rightfully pissed that he had to find out about it the same way we did.  While it is beyond Cutlers control whether he is traded or not, it is common courtesy that he should have known about it before any trade discussion took place.  He still would have been upset, but all this would not have happened if McDaniels was upfront with Jay.  Cutler is disgruntled, and probably sick of trying to deal with McDaniels, so why would he answer his phone?  If CBS tried to trade you for some new journalist that just graduated high school, would you be okay with it? 

Since: Sep 21, 2006
Posted on: April 2, 2009 2:57 am

hauling the company line

It is a very sad fact that the NFL has adopted such a strong anti-labor stance. The weak union leadership over the last couple decades has prevented the players ALL fans come to see from getting a reasonable working environment. 

A good example is the many players who've gotten staph infections in the same facilities, then been fully expected to help the team to cover up their negligence; watch the coverage and you can clearly see that the NFL network was trying to portay the players as at fault until it became clear that the fans weren't buying it.

Now you have the NFL network vehemently painting Cutler as the worst kind of player and prima donna, selfish and hateful to the league. The fact is McDaniels is not a good manager. If you treated someone at fast food restraurant the way he has Cutler, the employee would rightly be upset. It is unreasonable to portray Cutler as being the cause of this as he was not involved in any way in McDaniels actions. In fact, Cutler was openly lied to by McDaniels, which would create issues with any employee; any worthwhile manager of people would know this and wouldn't have continued to refer to Cutler as an asset who should shut up and have no say no matter how you treat them (read: piece of meat).

It is a very poor choice on the NFLs part. The NFLs fan base is extremely diverse, but it has always been centered on a blue-collar element. The NFL obviously feels it can disrespect it's audience by painting every player who doesn't walk, talk and dance the way the league wants as some kind of cancer. Fortunately for the players, blue-collar America isn't as stupid as that and while the short-term damage-control works to a certain extent, it has a negative backlash because fans want a league of players, not a league of management propaganda.

I have to say the agreement to sit down and shut up that every fan is forced to agree to or surrender season tickets they already paid for is completely pinko and has materially affected ticket sales; the more it comes up in practice, the more people who want to go out and have a good time are going to choose to stay away from games.

So that's it NFL, do you care about your bottom line or is telling your fans what they can like more important to you than money?







Since: Oct 13, 2006
Posted on: April 2, 2009 2:53 am

Good riddance, Jay

LOL, Good post enjoyed it. 

Since: Apr 4, 2007
Posted on: April 1, 2009 11:19 pm

Good riddance, Jay


 Freeman you are a baby here, just look at some of your stupid comments, Jay-be, Way-be".

Get a clue and another job, one that requires no thinking as you obviously don't have that

skill. The real issue here does not rest soley on Cutler but the whole Broncos franchise and

a new, inexperienced coach that should have contacted Cutler immediately about any kind

of trade talk that involved him. Unless you are/were present at any of the meetings they've

had then just shut your face.



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