Josh McCown had the year of his life with the Chicago Bears in 2013. He was subsequently rewarded with a very lucrative deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Josh McCown should definitely invest his money wisely because 1.) he knows better than anyone how quickly you be out of the NFL and 2.) television commentating will probably not be a career option for him, like it is for most players, once his playing career is over.
You’ll agree with that opinion once you watch this video below:
Anyways, Josh McCown appeared on Highly Questionable with Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones recently, and my all-time favorite Jay Cutler story came up. You the one, but here’s a refresher if you don’t. And here’s the video version of the story.
I tracked down a witness to the incident, and here’s what he had to say.
In the McCown video below, skip ahead to around the 5:55 mark for some Cutty Does It discussion.
Highly Questionable with Le Batard and Jones airs weekdays at 3:00 PM CST on ESPN.
If you care to watch it regularly.
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