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Urlacher: 'I guess we're supposed to be mad' at Cutler

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08:04 AM ET 09.21 | Brian Urlacher tried Thursday to steer clear of the controversy related to Jay Cutler's sideline run-in with tackle J'Marcus Webb, but he did weigh in with an opinion. "I didn't pay attention to it locally or nationally," Urlacher said. "Everyone was asking me about it, but I still haven't seen what happened. And I don't really care what happened." ... Someone told me there was a mutiny against Jay in our locker room. If there was, I didn't know about it. I guess we're supposed to be mad at him, but things happen on the sideline." Cutler gave Webb a slight shove and yelled in the left tackle's face during last Thursday night's 23-10 loss at Green Bay. Culter said he talked to Webb and all the members of the offensive line individually.

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September 21, 2012  08:07 AM ET

Those wacky Chicago media types... always trying to stir something up.

September 21, 2012  08:14 AM ET

And Nero played his fiddle as Rome burned.

September 21, 2012  08:14 AM ET

This happens every Sunday on each team

September 21, 2012  08:16 AM ET

Maybe he was upset from getting sacked all those times, some of those looked like they hurt....

September 21, 2012  08:23 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Maybe he was upset from getting sacked all those times, some of those looked like they hurt....

he has taken some good beatings since being there.

September 21, 2012  08:24 AM ET

Same as on the field, Urlacher doesn't notice what's going on.

September 21, 2012  08:25 AM ET

Some quarterbacks take their O-line out to dinner. Try that, Jay. Someplace nice, no buffet tables, no poles and strobes, either.

September 21, 2012  08:27 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

And Nero played his fiddle as Rome burned.

The fiddle was not invented until sometime in the Middle Ages, perhaps even the Renaissance. Some scholars think that Nero played the lyre while Rome burned.

Hence the expression, "Lyre, lyre, pants on fire."

September 21, 2012  08:32 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Some quarterbacks take their O-line out to dinner. Try that, Jay. Someplace nice, no buffet tables, no poles and strobes, either.

do they still make Isotoner gloves?

September 21, 2012  08:32 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

The fiddle was not invented until sometime in the Middle Ages, perhaps even the Renaissance. Some scholars think that Nero played the lyre while Rome burned.Hence the expression, "Lyre, lyre, pants on fire."

Hey-o!!!!!!!!!!!!!

September 21, 2012  08:54 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Those wacky Chicago media types... always trying to stir something up.

Listen, I believe Cutler had every right to blast his teammates, and yeah, even the one that are "NOT" protecting him. Yeah ya know "the "VERY OFFENSIVE" line that he has thats "NOT" protecting him. Cutler has been the poster boy for brutalization for NFL defenses around the league now since his arrival in the dump in Chi Town. It's sickening to watch him being battered yearly and being asked to keep quiet about it and not blast his teammates on an open forum. Screw them!

September 21, 2012  08:54 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Same as on the field, Urlacher doesn't notice what's going on.

He still doesn't know why Jenny McCarthy dumped him... :-D

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September 21, 2012  09:12 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Listen, I believe Cutler had every right to blast his teammates, and yeah, even the one that are "NOT" protecting him. Yeah ya know "the "VERY OFFENSIVE" line that he has thats "NOT" protecting him. Cutler has been the poster boy for brutalization for NFL defenses around the league now since his arrival in the dump in Chi Town. It's sickening to watch him being battered yearly and being asked to keep quiet about it and not blast his teammates on an open forum. Screw them!

Lots of anger with this one today.

September 21, 2012  09:16 AM ET

The real story here is that Cutler has spent his entire career making it very clear he has not time for the media and doesn't care that they know it. Another QB does something like he did, their is a brief comment is that he is a fiery leader or a competitor and the world moves on. Cutler does it and the media escalates it into a frenzy.

September 21, 2012  09:17 AM ET
QUOTE(#16):

The real story here is that Cutler has spent his entire career making it very clear he has not time for the media and doesn't care that they know it. Another QB does something like he did, their is a brief comment is that he is a fiery leader or a competitor and the world moves on. Cutler does it and the media escalates it into a frenzy.

Exactly.

September 21, 2012  09:18 AM ET
QUOTE(#14):

The media is your daddy, dummy

In Chicago, the media are the dummies.

September 21, 2012  09:19 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Same as on the field, Urlacher doesn't notice what's going on.

Of course he does. He's just not going to give the media what they want.

 
September 21, 2012  09:21 AM ET
QUOTE(#19):

Of course he does. He's just not going to give the media what they want.

DA BEARS!!!

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