Bobby Wade Says Ulacher Blasted Cutler, and Called Him Out

John HarrisContributor IJuly 29, 2009

Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Bobby Wade told Minnesota's KFAN radio today that he has heard that Brain Urlacher thinks that the Bears new starting quarterback, Jay Cutler is a "pussy."

This is being reported now on MSNBC, and was also reported by Dan McNeil and Matt Spiegel this morning on Chicago 670-AM The Score.

The MSNBC article is here - http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/32204819/ns/sports-player_news/

The Bears are set to report to Bourbonnais, Illinois tomorrow for the start of the 2009 training camp. There has been no current report of any response from Cutler or Ulacher, and nothing has been reported on Chicagobears.com.

UPDATE - 670 AM The Score is now reporting the story on their homepage. The article can be viewed here - http://www.670-thescore.com/blog/2009/07/29/cutler-urlacher-controversy/

LATEST UPDATE - Uralacher released a statement according to David Bernstein of 670 AM The Score that said, "that's just Bobby being Bobby," and he also noted that Wade called Urlacher to apologize for the small uproar. The Score's Terry Boers also made his own claim that he knew of small conflict between the two Bears superstars during earlier offseason training.

Boers and Bernstein are the afternoon hosts on 670 AM in Chicago.

 

 

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