Talented, yet often maligned for his play and (lack of) leadership QB Jay Cutler announced his retirement last year when he accepted a job at CBS to become an on-air personality for them. I found this strange on so many levels as one of the quirks in regards to the negative outlook on Cutler is that he is a boring person with no dynamic ability to lead. Yet CBS wants to put him on TV to let him shine?
My thoughts have always been, “Good luck with that.”
However, it seems Mr. Cutler may be having seconds thoughts after a segment of his wife’s reality TV show aired with Cutler telling his significant other he “can’t say 100. Probably.”
“I can’t say 100. Probably.” – Jay Cutler on if he’s retired
This seems like an obvious reach out to any club that may incur a last-minute injury at QB that he’s available for the right price. Which considering his on-screen persona may be the best shot he has at keeping a 2018 job a full year.
So now, for only a few million (it will be in the teens) any team can have a QB that will alienate his receivers, offensive line, and defense in short order! I get it that Miami fought for the privilege, but even they came to see the light.
Is there any team that dumb out there? In truth, no. The real question is more along the lines of, “is there any team out there desperate enough?” Not yet is the answer. Not yet.
What say you Sports Nation?
Another Left Coast Sports Post: on Twitter – Steven Van Over