Jay Cutler has been in the NFL for 11 seasons, attempting 4,500 passes and never has experienced the highs and lows of free agency.
That is almost certainly about to change. And from a financial standpoint for the polarizing quarterback, not for the better.
As we Chicago Bears . They’ll cut him if they can’t trade him — news flash: It’s virtually certain they will be unable to trade him — and they are all in on trying to trade for New England Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo themselves., Cutler won’t be back with the
So, nothing has happened, and when it comes to Cutler’s immediate future, nothing will happen. The Bears know they face monumental odds in finding a team willing to give them an asset in return for assuming Cutler’s ridiculous contract, and this is all very likely folly, as any club with middling interest in the quarterback realizes they’ll be able to sign him at their own terms once he is cut.