Jay Cutler puts a Denver-area house up for sale, causes panic

I know this was in the Fan Post section, hat tip to Denver_Native, but felt it deserved some front page time.  Jay Cutler has apparently placed his multimillion-dollar house up for sale, the latest is a twisting saga that doesn't seem to be ending soon.

Of course, before you call any type of 'prevention hotlines', at least hear the other side of the story, from CBS4 --

You've probably heard Broncos Quarterback Jay Cutler has put his house up for sale.  But should you read something more into this?  Could this be a sign that Cutler could be leaving town in the wake of his feud with the Broncos?  As best as CBS4 Sports can tell...no.

Here's what we've learned.  Cutler does have a house on the market.  It's a house he bought back in 2006 in Castle Pines.  But that's not the house considered to be his primary residence which is much closer to the Broncos facility.  Fact is, Cutler has three properties that we know of including a condo in downtown.

We're told Cutler has been thinking about selling the Castle Pines house for somewhere around 6 months.  Long before any controversy erupted between the quarterback and the Broncos.

That's right, Jay Cutler has put a house in the Denver-area up for sale, but not the one he resides in.  Feel better? 

This is a tense time to be a Denver Broncos fan, with news of all sorts flying around.  While it does lead to great conversation, we are better off waiting until Monday, when the entire team is expected to be in town for Josh McDaniels' first gathering to really make any kind of educated guess as to what the next step is. 

In other words, stay focused on the football field, not the 'For Sale' signs.

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