Former offensive lineman Lomas Brown, a seven-time Pro Bowler, said Friday that he would have had a much different reaction than did J'Marcus Webb, who just stood there while he was being yelled at and bumped by Jay Cutler during the Chicago Bears' 23-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Thursday.
"I'll tell you what, if that had been Jay Cutler and he would have came up and bumped me, you all would have been talking about the fight me and him had on that sideline,” Brown said on ESPN's First Take.
Brown said that Cutler's behavior is indicative of a deeper problem, and it's not at all good for the Chicago Bears.
“He has a very fragile character. To me, the way he attacked (Webb), it's one thing to be yelled at and scolded, but for him to come up and push this guy, actually push this guy, you know, it was ridiculous,” Brown said. “Then you turn around with his double standards and he pats Brandon Marshall on the head when he drops a touchdown pass. I don't understand this guy. I think he has a very, very fragile personality. I think it's bad for the Chicago Bears because you could look at his body language, your quarterback is the one person you don't want to see sitting on the sideline moping, walking with his head down, getting up in everybody's face.”