During the first episode of “Very Cavallari”, free agent QB Jay Cutler didn’t rule out the possibility of returning to the NFL, but admitted that he’s “probably” done.
“I mean I can’t say 100,” Cutler said when asked by his wife, Kristin, if he was 100 percent done with football. “Probably.”
Sunday’s episode included Kristin asking Cutler if he has any plans moving forward with the next phase of life.
“I’m not really looking to do a lot of work right now. I’m looking to do the exact opposite of that,” Cutler said.
- Jim Owczarski of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the Bengals have hired Christian Sarkisian as a scouting assistant.
Giants CB Eli Apple says he’s “definitely excited” about a fresh start under the team’s new coaching staff after what was a disappointing 2017 season for the former first-round pick.
“I’m definitely excited,” Apple said, via Giants.com. “I think we all are because it’s an aggressive defense and we’re attacking guys. I can’t wait for game days. It’s going to be a lot of fun.”
While expectations for the Rams have increased after a promising 2017 season and some notable offseason acquisitions, Rb Todd Gurley tells Pro Football Talk that it’s not something the team is even thinking about right now.
“We haven’t even really thought about that,” Gurley said. “Everybody looks good on paper, but it doesn’t really mean anything if you can’t go out there and put your team in good position.”