Avon wrote:But there's a right way to conduct your business and a wrong way to conduct your business. Cutler is Cutler and players/celebrities often are high-strung divas. The only reason you hear about Jay Cutler going off and not Carson Palmer or Manning or anyone else is that their teams are never stupid enough to shop them while they're in their prime coming off a season where they pretty much single-handedly won eight games. That coach and his staff fucked up entirely and is now trying to put all the blame on the player and his agent which is way more of a bitch move than Cutler deciding he would rather not be in a place where it's clear he was never wanted.
Jason Campbell was almost traded for Cutler and he damn well knows it and just shut his mouth, took his check, and is ready to train and play for the contract that he is signed. Cutler fucked up the Broncos' season last year. They shopped Cutler to see if they could get any good offers, can you blame them? That is how business works. Maybe if he didn't have a four game lead in his division, then lose the four game lead, (the last four games of the season, which has never been done), including the all important final game against San Diego, then Denver wouldn't have even considered shipping him out. His behavior is unjustifiable and Denver has come forward saying they tried to communicate and work it out with him, he just wouldn't talk. He's a great QB, but the dude just needs to grow the fuck up.