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09:34 AM ET 10.30 | If Jay Cutler rubbed you the wrong way his first two seasons in Chicago, you weren't alone. Just ask D.J. Moore. The Bears nickel back figured he would have a natural tie with his fellow Vanderbilt alum. Moore couldn't have been more mistaken. "The first year, to me personally, he was an (expletive),'' Moore said. "There's no way to sugarcoat it. Some days, he was good. But some days, he was in his own world.''

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October 30, 2011  09:39 AM ET

Cutler has a big time throwing arm and a small brain.

October 30, 2011  09:41 AM ET

"There's no way to sugarcoat it. Some days, he was good. But some days, he was in his own world."

I'm pretty sure if you were to look up, Jay Cutler, in a dictionary...that would be the definition.

October 30, 2011  09:42 AM ET

Wow what a surprise

October 30, 2011  09:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Wow what a surprise

Yeah... I always looked at him as a cheery sort.

October 30, 2011  09:47 AM ET

Geez... who cares? C'mon interns, you have to earn those Ramen noodles.

October 30, 2011  09:49 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Geez... who cares? C'mon interns, you have to earn those Ramen noodles.

See the other thread?

Mr. Peepers?

Work isnt on their agenda today.

October 30, 2011  09:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

See the other thread? Mr. Peepers? Work isnt on their agenda today.

Clearly it's not.

It seems like an intern lost a bet and had to get out of bed earlier than usual for a Sunday.

October 30, 2011  09:53 AM ET

It's not a great day when the spam is more relevant than the threads...

October 30, 2011  09:53 AM ET
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All the products are free shipping

Well, at least somebody is working...

October 30, 2011  09:59 AM ET

I don't get it...he was such a stand up guy here in Denver...hahahhahahahaha

October 30, 2011  10:03 AM ET

If you went through life with a turkey wattle hanging from your neck you'd be pissy too.

October 30, 2011  10:07 AM ET

Anyone need a RB?


Tashard Choice is on the street and available...

October 30, 2011  10:22 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Geez... who cares? C'mon interns, you have to earn those Ramen noodles.

Amen. This T&R is among the worst ever. I suppose the next piece of cutting edge journalism will be to declare that Joe Montana's teamamtes claim he was a great quarterback.

October 30, 2011  10:26 AM ET
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Anyone need a RB? Tashard Choice is on the street and available...

DeMarco did more in one game than Tashard did in the last year and a half.

October 30, 2011  10:35 AM ET

Cutler is what he is, an a@@hole of the first degree who happens to have the ability to throw a football.
He whined and pouted his way out of Denver and he is not going to change.

October 30, 2011  10:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

Anyone need a RB? Tashard Choice is on the street and available...

Who would want damaged goods?

October 30, 2011  10:54 AM ET

Cutler rubbed teammates wrong way, and the O line got even it seems.

October 30, 2011  10:54 AM ET
QUOTE(#16):

Cutler is what he is, an a@@hole of the first degree who happens to have the ability to throw a football. He whined and pouted his way out of Denver and he is not going to change.

Word is his diabetes gives him huge highs and lows. I guess he works the physical part with meds but then crashes personality wise when the blood sugar dips....don't know anyone with this particular ailment (Type I or Type II) but that was how it was explained. Seems to me a true leader "knocks the sand out of his vahjeena", pulls up his big boy pants and ensures that he presents the right face to the men and women he works with and leads. IMHO that is his failing.

October 30, 2011  10:56 AM ET
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Who would want damaged goods?

Yeah, he was listed as "questionable" and then he is released? Thought you couldn't get out if you were injured? I bet they had weekly physicals with intent to get back on field, Docs say two thumbs up, he signs a waiver and then they show him the door....real screw job, welcome to the NFL.

Not a fan of Choice but that was real "hard knocks"

 
October 30, 2011  11:04 AM ET
QUOTE(#20):

Yeah, he was listed as "questionable" and then he is released? Thought you couldn't get out if you were injured? I bet they had weekly physicals with intent to get back on field, Docs say two thumbs up, he signs a waiver and then they show him the door....real screw job, welcome to the NFL. Not a fan of Choice but that was real "hard knocks"

He will clear waivers... Then they will reach an injury settlement with him.

Murray and Tanner are the RB's now.

Suits me.

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