Share your thoughts on Jay Cutler possibly leaving the Broncos

Reports are swirling that the Broncos may be actively trying to trade Jay Cutler. Please share your thoughts with us.

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  • by John Correa Location: Denver on Mar 22, 2009 at 07:18 PM
    I will give up my season tickets if jay gets released. I'm tired of watching the Broncos rebuild. The kid will grow up and mature. If the Broncos don't trade him he'll understand his value and get over this nonsense. Ultimately, this is the working of Bus Cook who has washed up players pending retirement and needs a signing bonus commission to stay alive. I'm sure the idiot sob lost a lot during this economic crisis and wants Cutler to sign somewhere.
  • by Mike Location: Minnesota on Mar 18, 2009 at 11:24 AM
    Who gains most from the Cutler-McDaniels saga? Bus Cook. If Denver gives Jay an extension to show he is their guy, his agent makes money. If Denver trades Jay, a new contract will be part if the deal so his agent makes money. Bus Cook loses if Denver stands firm, because he has played this game with 3 teams (TN, WI and now CO) and other GMs are now ready for him. Why was Bus Cook at a meeting with a player and a coach? To deal with contract negotiations. Why is Cook the only one Cutler allows Denver to use to communicate with him? To prevent reconciliation. Want to take a guess who came up with the idea that Denver only communicate through Cook? I'd say Cook recommended that to 'just to help out Jay'... Keep and bench Cutler, bring in another QB like Garcia to compete with Simms, then let the better QB start. Force Jay to earn back the right to start. He will be to blame for any losses and the players will know it. But stop insulting Cutler - you'll just drive him away from Denver
  • by Cyndy Location: California on Mar 17, 2009 at 06:51 AM
    What is Pat Bowlen thinking. He's let go of Shanahan now he's taking a chance of losing his quarterback. There needs to be some glue to hold the team together and the new coach is behaving ridiculous. He's come in and attempted to get rid of anything that said Shanahan and thats a mistake. If Bowlen lets Cutler go the Broncos are sunk for several years. The Bronco fans are loyal but will only stand for so much. Cutler does need to grow up and stop whining and lose the ego thats not justified yet but the front office needs to wake up as well and realize their new coach cant erase everything that was in place in one pre-season and expect it to work. I hope for the teams sake and for all the fans that the Broncos staff and owner wake up before its too late.
  • by Darin Location: Kansas on Mar 11, 2009 at 06:18 PM
    i think that Pat Bowlen and the Broncos already made one huge mistake by firing Mike Shanahan and they would be just flat stupid to let Jay Cutler go. He will be the next John Elway and will win super bowls. I feel that if the new coach is looking to get rid of Jay Cutler than they should get rid of the new coach. Good Luck Jay!
  • by Paul Location: Colorado Springs, CO on Mar 2, 2009 at 12:02 PM
    Jay Cutler has every right for being upset and angry about the possibly of being traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a three way trade deal for Denver to get Matt Cassel from the New England Patriots. Josh McDaniels needs to understand that we are NOT! the New England Patriots, WE ARE THE DENVER BRONCOS, and this is DENVER BRONCO COUNTRY. If anything we need to trade Josh McDaniels to Tampa Bay for their 1st and 3rd round draft picks for their head coach instead! I would not blame Jay one bit, if he demands to be traded, because the damage has already been done to him, and he feels that the Denver Broncos Organization no longer has confidence in him as a quarterback, and now they are saying that they will not trade him! that's not fair to Jay! I think if he did ask to be traded and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still want him, I think they would take him with open arms and make him feel like the franchise Quarter Back that he is, for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • by Donna Location: Colorado Springs on Mar 2, 2009 at 09:52 AM
    Jay Cutler is and always has been a prima donna who thinks he's a better quarterback than he really is. Now that Shanahan is gone, he doesn't have an ace in the hole anymore.Granted, the Broncos should have consulted with Cutler about a trade before it hit the fan, but for Cutler to refuse to talk to the Broncos is putting any future with the team in real jeopardy. He does have a right to be angry, but he might have to swallow his pride and put that ego of his in check if he intends to stay with the team. I actually think he should be traded for a better quarterback. He hasn't produced anything since he arrived and is in the unenviable position of trying to follow in Elways footsteps. That's a no win situation for him and he might be happier elsewhere.
  • by Tim Location: Colorado Springs on Mar 2, 2009 at 06:33 AM
    Letting Jay go would be the biggest mistake the Broncos have ever made. Jay is young and has alot to learn, but would you really want to play against him ?
  • by Stevie Location: Colorado Springs on Mar 2, 2009 at 06:24 AM
    Cutler's a pro-bowl quarterback, I think they'd have a hard time finding someone better at this point. And I've never liked new england, so I'm not too happy about a lot of the changes that are being made. And in general I like to see the same players come back and work together to get better rather than seeing a different group of guys every year in a desperation gamble to get into the post season. I'm not a big fan of the free-agency thing.... I think there should be less movement of players between teams. Don't they always say it's about the fans?
  • by Will Location: Canon City on Mar 2, 2009 at 05:17 AM
    Send the whinning, egotistical, twerp to Detroit. The Bronco's will be so much better off without him.
  • by Sue Location: Colorado Springs on Mar 2, 2009 at 05:14 AM
    Jay Cutler should stay in Denver.He's done a good job he's got a great arm and lots of potential.The offense played well together.We need a bigger line to protect him.The defense and special teams is what hurt us all year long.
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