Jay Cutler Saga: The Jets Are ‘Very’ Interested

March 24, 2009 at 1:49 am Leave a comment

The Jay Cutler saga continues as New York Jets’ general manager Mike Tannebaum has expressed his interest in the quarterback by claiming that his team is “very” interested in bringing Cutler to New York.

Cutler has wanted out of Denver and New York may or may not be a good landing spot for the young gun-slinger.

Jets’ new head coach Rex Ryan is a defensive-minded coach that seems to want more of a conservative quarterback rather than a gun-slinger, such as Brett Favre. But on the other hand, the Jets need a quarterback that can do big things and it seems as if Cutler has the personality to withstand the Broadway pressure.

I still question the desire for the front office to see one solid year from quarterback Kellen Clemens. However, if Cutler is available and the Jets have the bait necessary to complete a trade, Cutler could be wearing green & white in no time.

If the Jets do in fact acquire Cutler, I would look for them to go after a receiver to help the young guy in a new home.


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