The nearly 30-year-old Cutler, who the Denver Broncos took out of Vanderbilt University with the 11th pick in the 2006 draft, signed a contract worth $30 million that will expire at the end of next season.
Considering Cutler, who has thrown 136 touchdowns, against 100 interceptions, for 21,316 yards in 93 starts, is a gaping muff, Chicago’s reluctance to retain Kristin Cavallari’s banging companion makes sense.
A notorious joystick loathed by many teammates, fans and members of the media, the 6-foot-3, 220 pound Cutler lacks the crucial leadership abilities to truly excel as a field general.
Hence, to capture their first Vince Lombardi Trophy since 1985, the Bears are right to look elsewhere for a more team-oriented passer.
Although the native of Santa Claus is extremely talented and blessed with an utter cannon, it will be a miracle if Jay Cutler ever matures into a winner.by