Jay Cutler takes high road with Brandon Marshall

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BOURBONNAIS — Saying Brandon Marshall still has a lot of friends on the Bears, quarterback Jay Cutler said they wish the receiver the “best of luck” with the Jets.

“Any time you get traded or get moved to a team, there’s going to be some issues you’re gonna deal with and questions that come up,” he said on ESPN 1000 Friday.

Still, Cutler said, the Bearshave “got our own problems” and “things that we’re dealing with” in camp.

Marshall ripped Cutler on Thursday, saying that perhaps the quarterback was hit too hard over the years. He claimed to be only person with the “huevos” to stand up to Cutler during their Bears tenure.

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