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FOX Sports Apr 25, 2017
Cutler remains a free agent and has generated very little interest from teams.
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Broncos Wire Apr 25, 2017
Jay Cutler has had quite a bumpy ride in the NFL. Eleven years ago, former Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan selected Cutler 11th overall out of Vanderbilt in the 2006 NFL draft. Cutler went on to win the team’s starting job in 2007 and made the Pro Bowl in 2008. He showed promise in Denver before the arrival of Josh McDaniels. After McDaniels replaced Shanahan during the 2009 offseason, the Broncos traded Cutler to the Chicago Bears in exchange for Kyle Orton and three draft picks. Cutler never quite lived up to his potential after that trade. In his eight years with the Bears, Cutler...
NFL Trade Rumors Apr 25, 2017
Bus Cook, the agent for free agent QB Jay Cutler, tells ESPN’s Adam Schefter that contrary to speculation, his client does not intend to retire from the NFL. “Jay wants to play football,” Cook said. “He never has mentioned retirement to me. Jay Cutler, as far as I know, is ready to play and wants to play, … The post Jay Cutler’s Agent Says He Has No Plans To Retire, Despite Speculation appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
House of Houston Apr 27, 2017
It’s GO time for the Houston Texans as the NFL Draft will commence tonight and we all hope as fans that they don’t disappoint us. It’s GO time for the Houston Texans as the NFL Draft will commence tonight and we all hope as fans that they don’t disappoint us. There’s plenty of speculation as […] Houston Texans Free Agency Rumors: Is Jay Cutler Back In Play? - House of Houston - House of Houston - A Houston Sports Site - Texans, Rockets, Astros, Dynamo, Cougars and More!
Broncos Wire Apr 25, 2017
In 2008, Jay Cutler earned a Pro Bowl nod and a rookie fullback named Peyton Hillis was thrust into a starting running back job due to injuries. In his second year as a starter, Cutler threw for 4,526 yards (which remains a career high to this day) and Hillis gained 522 yards from scrimmage with six touchdowns, most of that coming in just six starts. Cutler and Hillis showed promise entering 2009. Then Josh McDaniels arrived. McDaniels traded Cutler and a fifth-round pick to the Bears in exchange for Kyle Orton and three draft picks (two firsts and one third). Now that we know how...
CSN Chicago Apr 25, 2017
Jay Cutler's agent said the 33-year-old quarterback has no plans to retire and wants to play in 2017, according to a report from Adam Schefter.