Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is one of the most physically gifted quarterbacks the National Football League has ever seen. Based on his physical attributes alone, the 33-year-old Indiana native should be well on his way to being a first-ballot induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Instead, he is on track to go down as one of the biggest wastes of talent in NFL history.
Darrelle Revis' future with the Jets was in doubt even before he was charged with four felonies for an incident outside a Pittsburgh bar back on Feb. 12. His cost, his skills, his age were all conspiring against him, and by March 11 he was surely going to end up an ex-Jet. But while the Jets have some young corners on their roster, they don't necessarily have Revis' heir - the next shutdown corner to help lockdown their struggling secondary. Many NFL people believe they're most likely to look to the draft for Revis' replacement. But free agency could present some intriguing possibilities. Here is a look at a few: CB Stephon Gilmore (Bills) - For a cap-strapped team, they probably can't dip this
The Bears have completed John Fox's coaching staff for the 2017 season, hiring Zach Azzanni as wide receivers coach and announcing the addition of two others. More than seven weeks after the end of last season, Fox's staff is finalized. Brandon Staley was hired as outside linebackers coach and the team announced the expected addition of Derius Swinton as assistant special teams coach. Azzanni comes to the NFL from the University of Tennessee where he was the wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator for the last two seasons. Azzanni joined the Volunteers in 2013 and before that spent one season as the wide receivers coach at Wisconsin. The search for a wide receivers coach didn't start