Retard Blogger Says Jay Cutler Headed To Washington Redskins

Oh Golly, I hate idiot bloggers. I hate it when some douchebag gets on his computer and pretends he has a source within an NFL organization and writes this fictional trade story that relates to one of our enemies: The Washington Redskins.

I don’t even want to send you to the site because the idiot is just trying to drive traffic, and I am not even sure why I am giving this the attention, but I am forced to address it just because it’s so stupid. Read it here.

The deal would see Jay Cutler, Tony Scheffler, and Cleveland’s third round pick going to Washington.

Jason Campbell and Chris Cooley going to Cleveland and one of Denver’s fifth round picks.

Brady Quinn going from Cleveland to Denver, and LaRon Landry from Washington will be going to Denver. We thought that the Bailey-Portis trade was big.


Well Chris Cooley addressed the trade on his own blog. You can read it here.

The Redskins trading Chris Cooley could be a move similar to the Dallas Cowboys trading Jason Witten. As one poster on that retard’s blog said, Cleveland doesn’t even have a third round pick. Dumb move, and it would piss off Cooley, according to his blog:

I would be pissed if I got my ass shipped to Cleveland.  But seriously, when the internet is the first news I hear about something this big I would hope it to be speculation.  Really, it could have been a couple owners bullshitting and joking around about guys and someone leaked it.  No big deal.  I would be blown away to hear anything more.  It is nice to read extreme skins posts about not wanting me to go.  Thanks!

Topics: Chris Cooley, Jay Cutler, Jay Cutler To Washington Redskins, Redksins Trade For Jay Cutler

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