Jay Cutler claims Kyle Long stole his Big Wheel

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Kyle Long rolled up to the first day of training camp on a Big Wheel, and according to Jay Cutler, that Big Wheel belonged to the Bears quarterback.

I was with him when those [tricycles] were actually purchased, Cutler said. The one [Long] is riding is actually mine. We sat down to build them together, and I built mine, and he got frustrated and was like, ‘I’m not building this anymore.’ So the next morning, he said, ‘hey, can I ride yours.’

Cutler was nice enough to let Long ride his Big Wheel, and the Bears guard rolled up in style.

Take a ride with @Ky1eLong as he takes his big wheel out to practice at #BearsCamp.https://t.co/cOtzHYmCzY — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) August 1, 2015

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Long rode the Big Wheel that Cutler built, and the Bears guard forced his quarterback to build the remaining of the unfinished tricycle.

Bears fans almost witnessed Long and Cutler riding Big Wheels together, but the Bears quarterback hasn’t fixed the tricycle that Long started to build.

The problem is he messed up building it, so I have to take a lot of it apart and fix it, Cutler said. They’re fun to ride.

In the end, Long isn’t a good handy man and should keep his day job blocking for Cutler.

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