Jay Cutler was able to get away to Mexico last week to celebrate his wife's 30th birthday, but the Bears quarterback couldn't escape criticism as some social media users slammed his vacation body. "He looks so flabby," one Instagram user commented on a picture of Cutler, wearing a Nike tank top and shorts, on a boat with Kristin Cavallari. "Jay been eatin them pancakes!" wrote another. Cutler, 33, hasn't played for the Bears since injuring his shoulder in the Nov. 20 loss to the New York Giants. His future with the team is uncertain. In the meantime, he threw a surprise party at Fulton Market Kitchen in the West Loop for Cavallari, who turned 30 on Jan. 5. The couple, who wed in 2013 and raise three
The good folks at our sister site Draft Wire have produced another mock draft for your consumption. With the new coaching staff now almost complete in Buffalo, mock drafts will start to zero in on prospects that might fit Sean McDermott’s plan. This especially shows in the Bills’ third-round selection. We’ll run you through the haul that the Bills were given. 10. Buffalo Bills: Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State If Tyrod Taylor’s not back, QB will obviously be in play here, as well as WR. Hooker isn’t as well-rounded as Adams, but he’s got a rare combination of athleticism, range and ball skills. After initially looking to stay in Columbus, Malik Hooker announced his intentions to enter the 2017 NFL
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have led the Green Bay Packers to a narrow victory during Sunday night’s playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys, but his family did not share in the celebration. According to a new interview with The New York Times published Sunday, Ed Rodgers confirmed that he’s not on speaking terms with his son following the 32-year-old NFL star’s rise in popularity. Word of the family’s rift became public knowledge last spring when the quarterback’s younger brother Jordan appeared on JoJo Fletcher‘s season of The Bachelorette.