Denver Broncos

Jay Cutler Speaks Out On Josh McDaniels (Humor)

ATLANTA - NOVEMBER 16:  Quarterback Jay Cutler #6 of the Denver Broncos walks off the field after the game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on November 16, 2008 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Broncos defeated the Falcons 24-20.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Bob MarleyCorrespondent IApril 9, 2009

Former Denver Broncos and current Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler spoke privately via cell phone with me last night. This is Jay's first interview with the press and it will shock most people.

 

Q: What is the first thing Josh McDaniels said to you?

A: Well Jake, he said that he coached the greatest QB in the world, Matt Cassel, and the second best, Tom Brady.


Q: What did Josh McDaniels say to you about the trade rumors?

A: He told me that he would tell me I sucked, but he'd have to trade me. I laughed at him and said Matt Cassel is the worst QB ever and Mike Shanahan was a better QB coach than him. I think I made him mad.


Q: Did he say anything else to you about your position on the team?

A: Yeah, he said if I didn't get a superstar girlfriend like Tom Brady's lady, he'd have Pat Bowlen trade me for some loser in Chicago named Kyle Orton.

 

Q: So you didn't ask for a trade?

A: No, I asked for a raise and said that if Matt Cassel was as good as I am I should get paid $15 million. He said that i'm not worth one penny and he wanted to bench me.

 

Q: Do you have any regrets?

A: Yeah, I met Gisele last night and she told me that she would dump Tom Brady for me anyday. I mistakenly said yes and Tom found out. Tom called Josh McIdiot and here I am in Chocogo, it sounds like chocolate, oh wait, it Chocagow, no Chicago, that's it.

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