Former Chicago Bears receiver David Terrell would have done anything to play with Jay Cutler. And he means anything.
Terrell, the Bears’ first-round pick in 2001, flamed out after just five seasons in the NFL, going down as something of a bust. His mediocrity may have been a result of a motley crew of quarterbacks, including Jim Miller, a past-his-prime Kordell Stewart, Rex Grossman (for three games) and Craig Krenzel.
So, when seeing the chemistry that Cutler developed with receiver Brandon Marshall last season, Terrell got a little jealous and began to dream about what could have been.
“You could have neutered me,” Terrell said of playing with Cutler. “I woulda been neutered with a smile.”
Cutler isn’t exactly a Hall of Fame-worthy quarterback — at least not yet. But, given the quarterbacks Terrell had to play with, his desire for a player with the caliber of Cutler is understandable, even if his comments are not.
Terrell went a bit over the line with his desires to play with Cutler, adding a few choice and somewhat controversial comments along with his .
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