Well, my master plan of getting Jay Cutler the hell away from the AFC West because I can’t stand seeing his utterly emotionless face on the sidelines is almost complete. Cutler has now demanded a trade after his feelings were hurt when the Broncos brought his name up in trade talks. Awww poor Jay-Jay. Want a widdle warm milk to make the ouchie go bye-bye?
Dude, it’s a business and frankly, you’re not so good at it that you can pull this superstar sulking BS. Regardless of his attitude “issues” several teams are already lining up offers if the Broncos decided to accomodate Cutler’s trade demand.
The top team being mentioned with Cutler’s name are the New York Jets. Rich Cimini reports that the Jets have not ruled out a trade for Cutler. Denver would likely be looking for a quarterback in return, but the Jets don’t have anything to entice Broncos management. Also, the New York media would go all kinds of nuts on Cutler and, let’s face it, that wouldn’t go over well with the whiny little punk.
The Cleveland Browns were rumored to be considering a trade that would send Brady Quinn and Shaun Rogers in return for Cutler about a month ago and that rumor seems to be resurfacing. Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels was tutored by Charlie Weis, as did Quinn, therefore the two would likely create a smooth transition as McDaniels installs his new offense in Denver.
After grabbing headlines with the signing of Terrell Owens, some experts feel the Buffalo Bills are a quarterback away from being a top-level team. Take it for what it’s worth, but Cutler’s agent, Bus Cook was in Buffalo on Monday. The Bills could offer Trent Edwards and draft picks in return for Cutler. Given T.O.’s history with quarterbacks, an Owens-Cutler marriage would be the greatest thing in NFL history.
The other teams being mentioned as possible destinations for Cutler are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Chicago Bears. Either team could probably turn their first round pick, another pick and a player into an acceptable deal. Though it’s widely believed that Bears GM Jerry Angelo will not pull the trigger on such a deal.