Suck It Kaepernick! Miami Dolphins Lure Jay Cutler Out of Retirement
The Miami Dolphins moved quickly to address their quarterback problems when they signed former Chicago Bear Jay Culter to replace their injured starter Ryan Tannehill.
Cutler signed a one-year deal for $10 million and put off his new gig as a Fox Sports analyst to snap up the job and another big paycheck in the NFL before hanging it up for good.
Breaking: The Dolphins and Jay Cutler finalize a one-year deal worth $10 million, plus incentives. (via @AdamSchefter) pic.twitter.com/NVA5RdTRNv
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) August 6, 2017
This naturally didn’t go over well with the Colin Kaepernick apologists who have become very ghoulish as of late by rooting for injuries that could open the door to the oppressed millionaire. It’s gotten pretty pathetic now as the former San Francisco 49er is finding out his actions have consequences just like any other person who embarrassed their employer and his defenders continue to blame it all on the racist NFL owners who if you believe some chuckleheads like Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin, are trying to keep a black man down.
That’s two more jobs that the troublemaker has missed out in just the past week and there will be the usual cries of racism over the Dolphins signing of Cutler despite the fact that Kaepernick is on the record as being an admirer of dearly departed Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
Miami is just not the place for a guy who sings the praises of Castro. The Marlins baseball team found that out the hard way with former manager Ozzie Guillen who didn’t even go as far as Kaepernick with his kind comments on the beard and was vilified before he was fired after only one year.
Adding further insult, the Dolphins reportedly considered two guys who were out of football for years instead of Kaepernick – Tim Tebow and Kyle Orton – both of whom had played in head coach Adam Gase’s system just like Cutler did.
But you can’t argue logic with those who see racism in Kaepernick’s continued inability to land a job due to his anti-Americanism and the negative effect that it would have on any team that signs him – it’s not racism at all, it’s a business decision.
So now the haters can just sit back and cheer for another quarterback to blow out a knee to open a door for their poor victimized hero.