Jay Cutler finds a coach he likes

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If anyone knows coaches, it’s Jay Cutler. | Sun-Times Media

Finally, the coach killer has found one he likes.

Too bad Jay Cutler is out of college eligibility, though.

Cutler, along with a few other NFL single-callers, was invited to help at Jim Harbaugh’s high school quarterback camp in Ann Arbor, Mich..

Dan Murphy of ESPN caught up with the Bears’ all-time leading passer and asked about the guy who’s third among Bears’ passing leaders.

I like him, Cutler told ESPN. First time I’ve been around him. [He has] a lot of energy. He’s out there. He’s got his cleats on out there. He’s a guy that I would like to play for.

Cutler liked that Harbaugh incorporated other sports into the camp. It wasn’t all just football for the new Michigan coach.

Coach Harbaugh is doing a great job, just a little bit different. He’s got the baseball out there, I’m sure he’s got some stuff in store. It keeps it interesting. You get to see what kind of athletes are out here, which is fun.

If anyone knows coaches, it’s Cutler, who is going on his third head coach and fifth offensive coordinator with the Bears.

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