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Jay Cutler mailed Kristin Cavallari her ring after they agreed to get married again

Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari have had somewhat of a bumpy ride over the past couple years, but all indications are that things are going well for the couple. They had a child in August and are planning a wedding for sometime this year. If you remember, Cutler and Cavallari broke off their engagement in July of 2011. They later reconciled and were back on again a few months later.

So how does a second engagement to the same person work? According to Cavallari, Cutler sent her ring to her in the mail as a re-proposal.

“It was so silly. I was in the airport, leaving Chicago,” she told E! News in an interview that will air in March. “We had just spent however many days together and we were texting and somehow it came up, like, ‘Oh, shall we get married?’ We’re like, ‘Yeah, OK.’ And then he sent my ring in the mail. So I actually had my ring sitting at home for a couple of weeks before I put it on.”

Risky move on Cutler’s part. As former Cowboys safety Roy Williams could tell you, sending a ring in the mail can be a risky operation. At least she got the package just fine and accepted the proposal for a second time. I guess if you can pull off the absentee proposal, more power to you.

Jay Cutler’s fiancee Kristin Cavallari doesn’t want their son playing football

If Kristin Cavallari has her choice, her 5-month-old son Camden will not grow up to be just like his father. Cavallari, who is engaged to Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, recently shared her thoughts on concussions in the NFL.

“I will try to steer Cam in a different direction, maybe a sport that isn’t so aggressive,” she told DNAinfo.com Chicago on Monday. “Maybe baseball — something where he doesn’t have to get hit.”

However, Cavallari acknowledged that it will be difficult to keep her son from taking an interest in football, especially considering his father is an NFL quarterback.

“At the end of the day, I think if he wants to play football, I don’t know if I’m gonna have too much control over it,” she added. “You know, how can your dad be a football player and you tell them that they can’t do it?”

Cavallari certainly isn’t alone in her opinion. Kurt Warner created a major buzz last year when he said he would not want any of his sons to play football, and many former players have agreed with him. Others have ripped Warner for hurting the image of the game of football. Back in November, Cutler said there are a number of things that concern him more as a father than the prospect of his son playing football.

“There is a lot of other things I worry about for Cam other than football,” Cutler said on ESPN 1000. “I have diabetes, our food situation in America with preservatives and everything else we put into it. That’s something I worry about a lot more than him getting concussions playing football.”

At least we know Camden can google the subject of him playing football in order to find out which parent he should ask. When he’s looking for money for pads, he’s better off hitting up dad and keeping mom out of the loop.

H/T SbB Live

Jay Cutler ‘felt bad’ for Jason Campbell

Jay Cutler missed Monday night’s Bears-49ers game because he was recovering from a concussion, and backup quarterback Jason Campbell struggled in his place.

Campbell was sacked six times and pressured 11 times during the 32-7 loss. He went 14/22 for 107 yards, a touchdown, and two interceptions in the loss, and his offensive line hardly afforded him a chance to compete against the aggressive San Francisco defense. Cutler empathized with Campbell.

“I felt bad for the guy. It’s a hard situation to be in,” Cutler said on ESPN 1000 Tuesday. “I think backup quarterback is one of the best jobs and one of the worst jobs. It’s a tough, tough gig, whenever the guy [the starter] goes down.

“Especially a veteran like him. He’s expected to perform at a high level. But I don’t think [the offense] gave him a fair shot.”

The offense most certainly did not give him a fair shot. 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was in the backfield all game and racked up 5.5 sacks. This is the same type of performance from the Bears line that we have seen with Cutler at QB. Cutler has managed to tap dance around the pressure he feels, but Campbell was unable to.

With the exception of Niners fans, I figure most people would have felt badly for Campbell after watching that disaster.

Jay Cutler gets a ‘kick’ out of the Smokin’ Jay Cutler pictures

For those of you who have yet to experience it, Smokin’ Jay Cutler is one of the funniest bits to hit the internet this year. There’s something about the looks Jay Cutler gives that makes it hilarious to photoshop a cigarette into his mouth. In fact, Cutler himself even agrees.

“I know a few of those guys,” Cutler said on Showtime’s Inside the NFL this week according to Eye on Football. “I get a kick out of that.”

It’s original. It’s hilarious. It rips on Jay Cutler. Who wouldn’t get a kick out of it? If anyone looks like they should have a cigarette in their mouth at all times it’s the guy who swears at his own fans and denies it later. Cutler also talked about how he has decided to clean up his wardrobe a little bit in postgame interviews.

“I’m getting killed on the field with all my other demeanor,” Cutler said. “I thought I’d try to lighten it and go in a different direction off the field. Kristin (Cavallari), my fiancee, is probably going to take credit for most of it. You bring a woman in your life, and a lot of things change.”

One thing we hope never changes is Smokin’ Jay Cutler.

Jay Cutler appears to swear at Bears fans for booing at halftime

The Chicago Bears did not play particularly well against the Carolina Panthers until the fourth quarter on Sunday. A game that many expected to be a rout looked like a sure upset through the first three quarters. Chicago trailed 13-7 at halftime after playing particularly poorly on offense, and the fans let them hear it on their way into the locker room. This did not please Jay Cutler.

The consensus on Twitter was that Cutler looked up at the stands and said, “F***in fans, I swear to God.” The Bears were still in the game, but the fans were clearly frustrated after six first-half sacks, two fumbles and one interception. After the game, Cutler said he didn’t blame them.

“I’d boo us too, … It was a boo-worthy performance,” Cutler said according to the Chicago Tribune. “It was pathetic offensively what we put out there offensively. We’ve got to get better. We know that, our fans know that. Luckily enough, we got out of there with a win.”

The man in the animation above that The Big Lead shared with us doesn’t appear to be very understanding of the boos, but sometimes your perspective changes a little when you come away with a win. If fans burned my jersey in a bar and voted me one of the NFL’s least-liked players, I’d probably have a short fuse with them too.

H/T Pro Football Talk

Ndamukong Suh and Jay Cutler are survey’s least liked players in the NFL

Outside the cities of Chicago and Detroit and their surrounding areas, it’s probably safe to say Jay Cutler and Ndamukong Suh do not have a ton of fans. A recent survey conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research turned that assumption into more of a reality.

According to Forbes, the survey asked fans to rate a number of players based on likability and it revealed that Suh and Cutler are the two least popular players in the NFL with only 19% and 21% appeal, respectively. The two most popular players in the league were Troy Polamalu (63% appeal) and Drew Brees (62% appeal).

Not exactly shocking, to say the least. Cheap shots like this one have resulted in Suh being called one of the dirtiest players in the league. Cutler has always been known as a crybaby, and it likely didn’t help this year when he shoved one of his teammates and stormed away from his offensive coordinator. Michael Vick also made the least-liked list, and we don’t need to get into the history there.

As for the players who are the most popular, you have to wonder how much of a role advertising plays. Polamalu, Brees, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers all made the top five on the most-liked list. What do they all have in common? Funny commercials. Whether it be Head & Shoulders or the discount double-check, those are faces were are exposed to all the time on TV. That almost certainly plays a role in the rankings.

Here are the full results:

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Brandon Marshall upset with Ndamukong Suh for hit on Jay Cutler

Brandon Marshall is extremely close with Jay Cutler, so it’s no surprise he was upset with Ndamukong Suh for laying a monster hit on the quarterback during “Monday Night Football.”

The Bears wide receiver sent a few tweets after his team won 13-7 to complain about Suh’s sack:

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