Perfect match in Denver doesn't seem meant to be

Quarterback Jay Cutler is on his way out in Denver, but he says that's not the way he wanted it. Cutler told he was surprised the Broncos decided to try to trade him after a feud with new coach Josh McDaniels. He says he loves Denver and his teammates and indicated the team officials had been sending mixed signals to him about whether they wanted him to be their quarterback.

The Broncos announced earlier this week they were looking to move Cutler who's been upset that McDaniels was interested in acquiring Matt Cassel from New England.

Even though attempts had been made to mend the rift, the Broncos claimed that Cutler wouldn't return their calls.

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  • by Rhonda Location: c/s on Apr 2, 2009 at 09:15 AM
    at least Jay is consistant at the whining and misleading words...Cutler the damage has been done, your fan base is dropping by the second. Maybe if you had answered your phone things would not have been so "suprising" for you.
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