AFC East Notes: Cutler, Jets, Bridgewater

Jay Cutler says he’s “probably” retired, but NFL teams are still interested in working him out. Cutler has stayed out of the spotlight in recent months, but on the first episode of his wife’s new reality TV show “Very Cavallari,” Cutler once again indicated that he is done with football.

I’m not really looking to do a lot of work right now,” Cutler said when asked of his post-football plans (via Andrew Gruttadaro of The Ringer). “I’m looking to do the exact opposite of that.”

After earning a fortune in the NFL and looking less-than-stellar with the Dolphins last year, we’re inclined to believe Cutler when he says he’s probably done with football. Still, you can expect his name to pop up if a starting quarterback suffers a serious injury in training camp.

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10 comments on “AFC East Notes: Cutler, Jets, Bridgewater

  1. MauiDan

    Incredible. Jay Cutler, the chronic underachiever with a lethargic attitude, doesn’t even want to play but will get offers anyway, but Colin Kaepernick, who has been to the Super Bowl and just wants to play, can’t get a gig. Considering how the NFL’s owners were so easily crushed by Traitor Trump’s whining antics, it’s really no surprise. They’re all gutless weasels.

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    • cka2nd

      If you had only left out the word “Traitor” I would have given you a thumbs up.

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    • vinnydem69

      They are both bad quarterbacks but one brings a circus and the other doesn’t. Grow a pair and sack up vagina boy

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      • cka2nd

        Says the snowflake who doesn’t like the “circus” CK brings, apparently. Poor baby, your patriotism is all hurt by the bad man kneeling. You gonna stop watching the game if some team signs the bad man, snowflake?

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        • callingoutdummies247

          Yeah let’s bring in a QB that wear last big man socks that offends the police that keep our fans safe. Then let’s say we bring in the man who brings about a ridiculous collusion case. Good luck proving that one CK. He’s a marginal QB that just pisses fans off. Bottom line is the NFL is in business for the fans. Teams don’t want the backlash. That’s not called collusion, it’s called smart business sense. Sadly the butt hurt liberals can’t see the truth

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          • callingoutdummies247

            That wears big man socks…. typed too fast. Don’t jump on me butt hurt snowflakes

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    • sportsfan101

      Mauidan your an idiot, kap put himself out of football plain and simple football is a business don’t forget and he hurts any business that brings him on more so then just W/L column cutler only hurts you there, much smarter signing from a business perspective ppl need to realize the business aspects of signing kap who care what he believes in what he’s done has hurt him as an asset and has deemed him hurtful to any franchise who signs him. Just let it be already

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      • cka2nd

        I think the evidence that he is bad for business is questionable, at least. The greater evidence is that there are a lot more owners and front office people who just hate his guts then there are ones who either dislike his play or think he’ll be bad for business.

        And even if he is bad for business, that doesn’t mean blacklisting him is the right thing or that it should be stood for. There are lots of rotten things that are “good for business” that aren’t allowed because they are bad for everyone else.

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  2. elscorcho the marlin
    elscorcho the marlin

    Wanted the dolphins to getbridgewater. Jets got a good one.

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