Cutler Conference Call Leads to More Uncertainty

Yesterday I reported that disgruntled (it’s officially right to call him that now) Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler had not yet had the promised air-clearing face-to-face with coach Josh McDaniels.  Now it turns out that, though I was technically right about them not actually meeting in person, they did have a parlay…via conference call, with Broncos owners Pat Bowlen, several Denver executives and Cutler’s agent Bus Cook joining in.  And how did this little electronic pow-wow turn out?  That depends on who you ask.  Some inside sources characterized the meeting as a disaster, but the Broncos themselves are saying it turned out well.  The consensus seems to be that Cutler is still unhappy, and the official word from the Broncos is that they’re not going to trade him.  So nothing’s really changed.  Except someone has a big-ass phone bill to pay.

Topics: Bus Cook, Denver Broncos, Jay Cutler, Josh Mcdaniels, Pat Bowlen

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  • Mike

    Let us not get our hopes up.  The Vikings are not considered in the running for Cutler because they don’t have a QB to exchange.  Cleveland is favored with Quinn and Shawn Rodgers going for Cutler and a future draft pick.

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  • Mike

    All hope is gone.  The St Paul Pioneer Press is reporting that the Vikings are happy with their QBs and not even trying to get Cutler.  Moreover, apparently T-Joke was introduced to Housh as the starting QB.