Jay Cutler Could Soon Become An Ex-Bronco

Tony ArnoldineCorrespondent IMarch 31, 2009

HOUSTON - DECEMBER 13:  Jay Cutler #6 of the Denver Broncos passes against the Houston Texans during the NFL game against the at  Reliant Stadium on December 13, 2007 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Thomas B.  Shea/Getty Images)

Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen announced on Tuesday that the team will entertain offers and and try to trade disgruntled quarterback Jay Cutler. This comes after a month of angst between Cutler and new head coach Josh McDaniels which stems from an attempted trade for Matt Cassell to take over as Denver's quarterback

Cutler missed the team's offseason workout program—and was subsequently fined $100,000 —and has not been able to be reached in ten days, according to Bowlen.

A likely trade partner could be the Cleveland Browns, who have two quarterbacks that other teams would want in Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson. A three-way deal could also happen with Cutler coming to Cleveland and Quinn and Anderson both leaving the Browns.