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Podcasts: More Cutler fallout

1/25/2011

The fallout from Jay Cutler's injury in the NFC Championship Game continues to flow, including some criticism of the critics of Cutler.

  • Paul Kuharsky dishes on Maurice Jones-Drew's criticism of Jay Cutler and explains why he thinks Tennessee would be a good fit for Carson Palmer: Click hereListen

  • The National Football Post's Matt Bowen shares his thoughts on Jay Cutler, Carson Palmer and more. Click hereListen
    Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss the story of a Packers fan being fired from his job as a salesman at a Chicago car dealership for wearing a Packers tie to work on Monday. Was the firing justified? Click hereListen

    Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he wasn't surprised by all of the negative reaction to Jay Cutler on Twitter. Plus, Cuban weighs in on contraction, the status of the NBA CBA and the health of forward Dirk Nowitzki. Click hereListen

    ESPN NFL analyst Herm Edwards says Bears QB Jay Cutler didn't act any differently on Sunday than he's acted his entire career. Brian Urlacher leads the team, not Cutler. Click hereListen

    ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski defends Bears QB Jay Cutler's toughness. Jaworski says he almost fainted due to pain when he sprained his MCL. Click hereListen

    ESPN's Dick Vitale says he doesn't believe Bears QB Jay Cutler didn't want to be out on the field in the biggest game of his life and all of the athletes that criticized him should know better. Click hereListen